Armie Hammer gave a scandalous apology after he came under fire from fans after he shared his thoughts about how other celebrities suffered from the loss of the Marvel icon, Stan Lee.
Returning to Twitter on Thursday, the Hollywood actor wrote: "While I was trying to provide some unnecessary social commentary about the current self-culture, I (really in a form – thank you, Jeffrey Dean Morgan) necessarily offended many who were really pained true icon.
"I want to apologize from the bottom of my heart and I will work to control Twitter's impulse."
Monday night news broke that creator Marvel Comics, Stan Lee, died at the age of 95.
His work inspired films, television shows, books and many iconic characters such as Spider-Man, Captain America and The Incredible Hulk.
A whole series of famous faces, including Chris Pratt, Hugh Jackman, Robert Downey Jr, and Ryan Reynolds, had the opportunity to work with Stan and have made time to pay tribute to the social media legend.
But Armie criticized everyone for their specific method of mercy.
Call Me By Your Name bell cheated on Twitter colleagues to post photos with the comic book hero.
The 32-year-old wrote: "So celebrity has been touched by all the celebrities who were posting pictures of himself with Stan Lee … no better way to commemorate an absolute legend than to put a picture with yourself ".
But his post was bad, while fans began to tell him that they were "harsh" and "judges."
One person replied: "Kudos for you to find the power at a time like this to get everyone on the right path to sad or remind someone who has affected their lives."
Another one commented, "Do not hurt yourself to fall off your tall horse, Armie, as if you were evil and let people awaken the passage of someone as they want / do without it happening so vengeful and harsh.
A third one exclaimed, "I find it shameful that this tweet is how you decided to recognize Stan Lee's passing rather than joining people in sharing their love for a man loved by many, you saw the opportunity to "make a statement" nothing but to make you meet insensitive and evil. "
Armie responded to people who mocked him to further explain his idea.
For a user, he said, "If Stan has affected his life (for example, all our lives) with his work, post his work that touched you the most."
He later added: "I think we need a cultural review everywhere."
And Jeffrey Dean Morgan wrote in a tweet: "You seem to have found a way to use other ways of mourning and their memories to attract attention to you. It sounds like a real assault.