Not long ago, a big rumor about the identity of Star-Lord’s father in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was circling online, prompting James Gunn to vehemently debunk it and lament spoiler culture in general. But a little while after that, a far less spoilerly detail about the same character surfaced with word that Kurt Russell was in the running to play the mysterious character.
Now the actor himself has confirmed that he’s in the running for the role. However, before he seriously considers it, he needs to sit down and watch the first one, because he hasn’t watched it yet, and knows absolutely nothing about it. Find out more below! Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, December 15th, 2015 by Angie Han
One of the lingering mysteries of Guardians of the Galaxy is the identity of Star-Lord’s father, but it looks like we’re finally inching toward an answer. Kurt Russell is reportedly being eyed for the Marvel sequel, which sees the return of Chris Pratt as Peter Quill a.k.a. Star-Lord. More about the possible Kurt Russell Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 casting after the jump. Read More »
Even though James Gunn has always been active on social media, the attention he’s gotten on his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages since directing Marvel’s smash hit Guardians of the Galaxy has been more than considerable. From fan Q&As to rumor responses, not a week goes by that there isn’t something worth paying attention to from Gunn.
This week is no different. Gunn has shown off one of the coolest coffee tables you’ve ever seen, and it’s inspired by the birthday present that Star-Lord’s mother left him on her death bed. Check it out! Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
One of the great strengths of Guardians of the Galaxy is how it just drops you into the deep end of this crazy, cosmic universe and expects you to keep up with it. Director James Gunn trusts the audience enough to just with roll every little weird thing that he throws their way. Here is a galaxy teeming with life and occupied with countless different species and cultures. The film doesn’t dwell on the details – it just builds a colorful world and drives you through it at full speed.
That’s why it felt totally okay that there was never a scene in the movie where Dave Bautista‘s hilariously literal Drax sat down and explained where all of the tattoos and carefully designed scars on his body came from. We don’t need that information! The look of the character and his body art tells us everything we need to know.
However, a newly revealed Guardians of the Galaxy deleted scene is literally a scene where Drax sits down and explains where all of the tattoos and carefully designed scars on his body came from.
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Posted on Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 by Jacob Hall
If we were to rank all of the major Hollywood filmmakers based on how good they are with social media, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn would rank somewhere near the top. Whether he’s interacting with fans or shooting down rumors, Gunn uses Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram better than just about anyone who is making massively expensive blockbuster movies.
From time to time, he also shares behind-the-scenes photos and anecdotes from set. In today’s edition of “James Gunn Was Interesting On Social Media Again,” we have a look at some early designs of Star-Lord’s mask. Although certainly recognizable as the headgear Chris Pratt‘s Peter Quill wears during Guardians of the Galaxy, there are enough little differences to give you newfound appreciation for how tiny little details make or break a superhero costume. Check out the original Star-Lord design for yourself after the jump.
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There was a rumor floating around this morning about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The film is a year and a half away, but since it’s a Marvel project, some outlets are already on the hunt for scoops. Today’s rumor regarding director James Gunn‘s highly-anticipated sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy has been debunked by the director himself.
Learn after the jump why Gunn, rightfully so, will no longer respond to rumors or leaks.
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Posted on Thursday, November 12th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
James Gunn is very good at Twitter. He was very good at Twitter back in the olden days, when he was just the mad genius behind Slither and Super. Now that he’s the director of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, he’s taken his larger profile in stride. Few filmmakers are as good at engaging their fans on social media and toeing the company line. It’s a tricky balance that Gunn makes look easy.
In today’s edition of “James Gunn throws hungry comic book fans a bone,” Gunn offered himself up for a Twitter Q&A, answering questions on a variety of subjects from normal fans and fans who just so happened to play Darth Vader back in the day. However, most of the questions revolved around the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Gunn obliged, sharing more than a few interesting tidbits.
Check out Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy 2 details after the jump.
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One of the mysteries left open-ended in Guardians of the Galaxy is the matter of who Star-Lord’s father is. We’ve gotten hints in interviews over the years, but a seemingly spoiler-y new interview with actor Bradley Cooper (who voices Rocket Raccoon in the films) is going viral today.
In the video interview, the actor appears to either accidentally reveal the identity of Star-Lord’s father and the main villain of the upcoming sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, or just get confused about what happened in the original 2014 film. Let’s dive into this, and find out what director James Gunn has to say.
Be warned speculation about possible spoilers follows after the jump.
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