“Bones” creator Matt Riddle has taken to Twitter to thank fans for their support in making his character more than a character.
The Emmy-winning actor and director spoke to fans about his recent casting of the young boy, who is a member of the U.S. military.
The actor said he’s been in constant touch with the cast over the years.
“The fans have been so supportive, and so generous,” Riddle said.
“They’re not just a fan.
They’re a fan of my work and they know who I am.
I’m a very human being.
I just want to thank you guys for supporting me.”
While Riddle’s character was first introduced in the “BONES” comics in 2006, he was able to use the comic’s “BONE” storyline to get his character to a more human stage in the film.
Riddle told the audience in a tweet that the character has become a “more human” character in the recent movie.
“I am so thankful to everyone who has kept me up-to-date and kept me motivated through the last year and a half.
I love you all so much,” Riddick wrote.