Game of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead has accepted the petition for the remake of the final series of the hit HBO show.
The actor, who plays Bran Stark in the series, described the backlash as "ridiculous" and "absurd" and told how he was "personally" affected by the criticism.
It comes when die-hard fans were disappointed with the penultimate episode in which Daenerys Targaryen became the "Mad Queen" and murdered thousands of innocent people.
Not impressed: Game of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead has accepted the petition to reissue the final series of the hit HBO show
Within hours of the release of Game of Thrones, over one million people signed the Change.org petition titled "Remake Game of Thrones Season 8 with Competent Authors."
22-year-old Isaac responded to the petition and told Hollywood Reporter, "It's just absurd, I can not even fathom it, it's just ridiculous.
"It's ridiculous that people think they can just ask for another end because they do not like it." I stupidly took it personally, which of course I should not do. "
The star also announced that he was a fan of the conclusion and added that it was a "great ending".
Outraged: The actor, who plays Bran Stark in the series, described the backlash as "ridiculous" and "absurd" and said that he was "personally" affected by the criticism
Backlashes: It's because hardcore fans were disappointed with the penultimate episode in which Daenerys Targaryen became the "Mad Queen" and murdered thousands of innocent people
He talked about how the fall of Daenerys was actually documented in previous seasons, and continued, "People complained that there were not enough predictions, but she kept showing that she can be pretty brutal.
He added that Emilia Clarke's character had been waiting for years to come to Westeros and take what she owns.
When he explained the losses she had suffered, he remembered nearly killing her, losing Jorah and Missandei, and was furious that her love interest, Jon Snow, had a better claim to the Iron Throne than she.
Fuming: "It's ridiculous that people think they can just ask for another end because they do not like it." I stupidly took it personally, which of course I should not do. "
He added, "She's tired of it, she's baffled and lost her mind," explaining that her changes are "real character development."
Isaac's words came when another star of the franchise charged the petition.
Jacob Anderson, who plays Gray Worm, told TMZ that the backlash "crap" and also branded the negative reaction as an "insult" to the cast and crew who worked so hard on the production.
In the meantime, petitioner Dylan D said his appeal was becoming viral and stated that it was originally intended to be a way to vent the air.
Advance say! Commenting on Daenerys' original past seasons documentary, he continued, "People have complained that there are not enough predictions, but she has proven time and again that she can be brutal."
He said, "I was just so disappointed and angry. I just aired a bit. I think this message is at the heart of frustration and disappointment. & # 39;
Texas native continued, "There's so much terrible crap in the world, people like me have to flee things like Star Wars and Game of Thrones. We fans have invested a lot of passion and time in this series … I love this story and, like most of you, I was depressed to see the final season (and Season 7, let's be real) has been.
"I did not submit this petition as a legitimate, whiny fan." I did it because I was very disappointed and had to vent. Do I have a solution? I have many ideas, but no, I'm not a Hollywood writer. However, you do not have to be a mechanic to know that your car is broken. "
Game of Thrones ends in HBO in the US and airs simultaneously on Sunday night at 2 am in Sky Atlantic and on NOW TV in the UK.
Disappointed: Jacob Anderson, who plays Gray Worm, told TMZ that the backlash was "shit" and the negative reaction "offensive" to the cast and crew
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