‘Game of Thrones’ Actor Ready To Sign Petition To Remake Finale Season
It’s no secret that the final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ was a disaster. And with time, cast members of the show are speaking up against it as well. The most recent one to do so is Charles Dance, who played Tywin Lannister on the HBO Original. He is ready to sign a petition to remake the disastrous finale of the show!
Charles Dance is willing to sign the petition!
While speaking to PopCulture.com, Charles Dance reveals that he would want to have ‘Game of Throne’s final season remade:
Well if there was a petition, I would sign it. I mean, I saw it. I continued to watch the whole series even after I’d been killed off in the lavatory. Because I just thought it’s a fantastic television show, you know? I was very lucky to be part of it. I loved it; there were storylines [where] I wanted to know what was going to happen to these people!
Moreover, Charles Dance accepts that there are those who loved the final season of ‘Game of Thrones’. But, he was not one of those people. And it may have to do with how the showrunners raised the standard of the show too high during the initial seasons:
I know that the finale satisfied a lot of people. It also disappointed a lot of people, and I’m afraid I am in the latter camp. I think David [Benioff] and Dan [Brett Weiss] raised the bar when it came to television screenplay writing. They are phenomenal.
But, Charles Dance was extremely unhappy with the way ‘Game of Thrones’ ended, as he said:
And for the whole thing to end up as a committee, I just thought, ‘Hmm, no.’ I would say I was somewhat underwhelmed by.
That said, Charles Dance is not the only cast member unhappy with how ‘Game of Thrones’ ended.
Other actors who are not big fans of the final season of ‘Game of Thrones’
Apart from Dance, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau recently admitted that he almost signed the petition as well. However, he refused to do so because he believed that the finale of ‘Game of Thrones’ was going “piss you off no matter how it ends”. However, if a remake of season 8 was on the table, then Coster-Waldau was willing to finance it, as he told Variety.