Charles Dance – Tywin Lannister himself – has said that he'd sign a petition calling for the divisive final season of Game of Thrones to be remade.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has joked that he wanted to sign a petition to change the end of Game Of Thrones, which he insists was fine.
And, of course, the actor who played Jaime Lannister on “Game of Thrones” obtained it in a slightly shady way.
It appears that time has not healed the wounds inflicted on Game of Thrones over it's final, controversial season.
Game Of Thrones stars have commented on the underwhelming response to its conclusion, and one actor has particularly strong thoughts on it.
In a somewhat unprecedented move, the makers of a major studio blockbuster-in-waiting have made an unreserved public apology for their film before it has even hit cinemas. ‘Gods of Egypt,’ the upcoming fantasy adventure from studio Lionsgate and director Alex Proyas, is based around characters from ancient Egyptian mythology - the bulk of whom are played by white actors such as Gerard Butler and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. When the first images and trailer (below) from ‘Gods of Egypt’ came online earlier this month, they prompted an outcry so great that the studio and director have been compelled to apologise.
In Gods of Egypt, Gerard Butler, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Brenton Thwaities battle inside the world of Egyptian mythology. (See Coster-Waldau in exclusive character poster above!) Bek (Thwaities), a mere mortal among deities, finds himself in an epic clash to save mankind and his true love from the cruel god of darkness Set (Butler). To save the corporeal world, Bek must travel through the afterlife and across the heavens, gaining help from the powerful Horus (Coster-Waldau) along the way.