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James Gunn to Direct Guardians of the Galaxy 3 After Suicide Squad 2

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James Gunn speaking at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con International, for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. credit: Gage Skidmore

Marvel Studios and Disney have done a reversal and re-hired James Gunn to direct Guardians of the Galaxy 3.

Gunn was fired in July 2018 after controversial tweets were unearthed by alt-rightwing trolls who then flooded Disney with complaints. Gunn is a vocal critic of Trump and the “attack” was believed to be payback for that.

According to Deadline, Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn met with Gunn multiple times to discuss the situation and Gunn took immediate responsibility for his Tweets. It was Horn who decided to reverse the decision.

During his firing, Gunn has signed up to write and direct Suicide Squad 2 for Warner Bros. and DC Comics. Guardians of the Galaxy 3 will begin production after that film.

Also according to Deadline, Marvel Studios never met with or considered any other director. Many spoke publicly how they wouldn’t take the job if offered and the cast has spoken out in support of Gunn.

Gunn shared the below Tweet in response:

A script was written for the film before Gunn’s firing and statements were made by Marvel Studios they would have still used that script.

With the first two films grossing over $1.6 billion it’s not too surprising that Disney changed their mind, in the end money rules all.

It’s also another blow to the rightwing Incel/MRA community who also failed to slow the progress of Captain Marvel which had a record setting opening and is likely to cross $1 billion worldwide.

Disney’s Loss is Warner Bros. Gain as James Gunn Hops on Suicide Squad 2

Warner Bros. apparently doesn’t care about trolls as they’ve opened up their arms to James Gunn who will write and possibly direct the sequel to Suicide Squad.

Gunn was fired by Disney as trolls set their sites on the outspoken director over tasteless jokes he made about rape and pedophilia in the past. Gunn apologized and said he had grown as an individual. Disney caved to pressure firing him, though keeping other problematic individuals on staff both behind the scenes and starring. He had been working on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. The film will reportedly still use his script.

Suicide Squad revolves around a group of supervillains recruited by the government in a Dirty Dozen type situation. The first film starred Will Smith and Margot Robbie and earned $746.8 million worldwide on a $175 million budget. Gunn’s sense of humor and action shown off in both Guardians of the Galaxy films can easily translate to the property. The property also allows reinvention and recreation with a rotating cast of characters which opens it up even more for Gunn to play with.

This isn’t the first director Warner Bros. has poached from Marvel Studios. Joss Whedon who was behind the first Avengers and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. worked on Justice League. Can we hope for a Joe Johnston directed Superman?

Dave Bautista who played Drax in Guardians of the Galaxy and has voiced his displeasure over the firing has already said he wants to sign up for what comes next. Can you say the next Bane?

(via The Wrap)

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The weekend is almost here! What will you all be doing? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news from around the web in our morning roundup.

The Beat – And now Target has exclusive comics – is the world about to end? – Great to see this!

CBR – X-Men: Dark Phoenix Re-Shoots Expected to Span Three Months – Well ok then.

ComicBook – Marvel Studios Reportedly Trying to Reinstate James Gunn for ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3’ – Mhmm.

Guardians of the Galaxy Director James Gunn Offers $100K for Trump to Be Weighed

Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has entered the “Girther Movement” and offered to donate $100,00 to President Trump’s charity of choice if the President steps on an “accurate” scale and weighs himself.

Gunn Tweeted:

I will give 100 thousand dollars to Trump’s favorite charity if he will step on an accurate scale with an impartial medical professional, okayed by both of us. For real.

On Tuesday, President Trump’s first physical exam results were released by the White House. They claimed the President is 75 inches tall (6’3″) and 239 pounds. Also his “overall health is excellent.”

The listing of his height and weight spawned memes and jokes, the “Girther Movement” doubting the President’s weight and mocking his belief and fueling of the “Birther Movement” which questioned President Obama’s birth certificate.

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humanoidsThe weekend is almost here. What geeky things are folks doing? Anyone seeing possible Oscar nominee films? Sound off in the comments below!

While you figure all of that out, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

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Newsarama – James Gunn Wants Marvel to Make a Moon Knight Movie… And Has An Idea For It – It’d be an interesting character to see on the screen.

CBR – Kevin Smith Directing Batman ’89-Themed Episode Of The Goldbergs – Yes please!

ICv2 – Humanoids Hires New Director — Sales and Marketing – Some new changes in the new year.

The Beat – A year of free comics: Beanstalk by Jenn Liv – The gorgeous expansion of the mind – As long as these keep being posted, we’ll keep boosting them.

The Comichron – January Comics Sales Flashbacks: From Krypton to the war zone – Some cool history in here.

The Beat – Phoenix Comic Con: changes in volunteer structure are because of labor laws – Pesky laws getting in the way.


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Newsarama – U.S.Avengers #1

The Beat – The Visitor #1

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red-dog-1-coverA new week is upon us and a lot of team GP will be gearing up for Thanksgiving, but the news isn’t going to be slowing down at all! We’ll still have lots of news, reviews, and interviews over the week so stay tuned!

While you wait for all of that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

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The Mercury News – Record sale for a rare Tintin drawing in Paris auction – That’s an impressive amount of money.

Cinema Blend – Overwatch Just Cancelled Its Graphic Novel, Here’s Why – Very interesting and pretty self-reflective.

Comics Alliance – James Gunn Backs Hidden ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Easter Egg With 100,000 Dollar Pledge – We’ve got some time on our hands to do some sleuthing.

Bells of Lost Souls – Miniature Painting Masters: Alfonso Giraldes – Some amazing painted Marvel minis.


Around the Tubes Reviews

Comic Attack – Harbinger Renegade #1

Talking Comics – Red Dog #1

Talking Comics – Superman #11

Talking Comics – Thanos #1

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Begins Photography. New Cast Announced. Mantis Confirmed!

It was announced today by Marvel Studios that principal photography has begin for Marvel‘s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Production is taking place at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. The movie will hit theaters May 5, 2017. The movie is written and directed by James Gunn who directed the first film and along with Nicole Perlman wrote it as well.

Returning are Chris Pratt as Peter Quill/Star-Lord; Zoe Saldana as Gamora; Dave Bautista as Drax; Vin Diesel as the voice of Groot; Bradley Cooper as the voice of Rocket; Michael Rooker as Yondu; Karen Gillan as Nebula; and Sean Gunn as Kraglin. Gunn on his Facebook page also confirmed the return of Glenn Close as Nova Prime.

New cast members include Pom Klementieff, Elizabeth Debicki, Chris Sullivan and Kurt Russell. While it is unknown who most of those individuals will play, Gunn confirmed on Facebook that Klementieff will be playing Mantis a character from the comics who was also an Avenger.


There’s been speculation that Russell will be playing Peter Quill/Star-Lord’s father. In the comics the character’s dad is J’Sonn a dictator in control of the Spartax Empire. Gunn has said that’s not the case in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


Set to the all-new sonic backdrop of Awesome Mixtape #2, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” continues the team’s adventures as they unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s true parentage. “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is produced by Marvel Studios’ president, Kevin Feige, with Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Jonathan Schwartz, Nik Korda and Stan Lee serving as executive producers.

Director James Gunn’s creative team also includes director of photography Henry Braham; production designer Scott Chambliss; editors Fred Raskin and Craig Wood; three time Oscar-nominated costume designer Judianna Makovsky; Oscar-nominated visual effects supervisor Chris Townsend; stunt coordinator Tommy Harper; co-producer / first assistant director Lars Winther; and six-time Oscar nominee, special effects supervisor Dan Sudick.

Gunn said on Facebook:

Official photography on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has started, and I couldn’t be more stoked.

My favorite movie as a small child was The Strongest Man in the World, so I’m glad to announce that, yes, Kurt Russell has joined our cast and, yes, he is more awesome a dude than I ever could have imagined.

The last few days around here with him and our other new cast members, Pom Klementieff, Elizabeth Debicki, and Chris Sullivan, have been some of the best of my life. I never thought anyone was missing from our island of misfit toys, but now that these folks are here there feels like there was.

Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Sean Gunn, and Glenn Close are all returning.

We’ll have more surprises for you in the coming months. But, for now, this will have to do.

I have to get back to set!

Have a great day, everybody.

Guardians fo the Galaxy Vol. 2

Fan Expo 2015 Q & A – Karen Gillan

Karen Gillan is one of the main attraction of the 2015 Fan Expo Convention, though in truth she is the main attraction of most conventions that she goes to.  She is a fan favorite thanks to her portrayal of Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy, but more so as having played Amy Pond in Dr. Who.  She got a chance to talk with the fans about her experiences.


legendsModerator:  It’s just been announced that you are joining that new film, the Circle.  What can you tell us about that?

Karen Gillan:  It’s a film about this internet based company and they track their [employees’] lives quite extensively, and it’s about how far is too far when it comes to documenting what you’re doing all the time.

M:  Your old friend Arthur Darvill is going to be playing Rip Hunter in Legends of Tomorrow.  Have you imparted any advice to him on playing a superhero character?

KG:  No I haven’t actually, I feel like he has it down.  He knows about time travel.  He’s done it before.  I think that he is well-equipped for the job.

Question from the floor:  Can you talk about your time working on Oculus?  Would you like to do more horror movies in the future?

ocuKG:  I had such a good time working on Oculus which is a horror film about an evil mirror.  It was always a dream of mine to be in an American horror film because that is what I grew up watching.  I would love to do more.

QFF:  You recently directed a short horror film, what was the inspiration for that.  And what was your experience with it?  And also whether it is getting a public release?

KG:  It is getting a public release.  These shorts  are really complicated, I want to just tweet them, but I’m not allowed.  This one I just made is my second short and it’s set at a horror convention.  It’s about a girl who was in a horror film sequel, and then didn’t do anything after that, and she’s had a lot of surgery so I play someone that’s got a lot of prosthetics.  Then it gets a lot more serious when she starts talking about her life.

M:  Do you have a title?

KG:  Conventional.  She doesn’t want to be conventional, that is her greatest fear.  I think that it is going to be online later this year, as part of a horror short [collection].

M:  How short is short?

KG:  It’s 8 minutes.

x-defaultQFF:  I like you in the movie Not Another Happy Ending.  If you were [the main character] Jane Lockhart and if you wrote a book what would it be about?  What type of genre would it be and what would you call it?

KG:  If I wrote a book I think that it would have to be about something that I have experienced, or something that I know quite well, because I feel that if you are going to write – like that old saying “write about what you know” – I think that is is more specific and detailed and that’s good.  Maybe I would write about growing up in the middle of nowhere in Scotland and see where that goes.  I would call it “Haggis and Tartan”

QFF:  Who is your favorite superhero and why?

KG:  My favorite superhero is Spider-Man.  I just want to shoot web from my fingers!  Wouldn’t that be so cool?

QFF:  If you could be in any musical what would it be?

arthurKG:  A musical?  One that Arthur Darvill writes for me specifically.  He is the most amazing talented musician ever, like he can play any instrument that you put in front of him.  It’s really weird and freaky, and any song you can just shut out a request and he can automatically play it.  And he writes musicals so I feel like this would be a good team-up.

QFF:  Doctor Who has become such a huge phenomenon since it rebooted in 2005 and since you joined as a companion, it must have been a huge culture shock.  What was the biggest change that you noticed and what was the thing that scared you about taking on this huge role?

KG:  In the U.K. it is quite a weird thing to take on a role in Dr. Who just because it is such a national institution, and everybody knows what it is, and it’s headline news when someone joins the show.  And that doesn’t normally happen because usually they’ll establish a character on the show, and then you will see them become successful.  When I got the role I knew that my life was going to change, but I wasn’t scared because I was 21 and I had the blind optimism of youth.  If I got the role now I would be way more scared.

M:  What’s your reaction to Capaldi so far?

KG:  He’s great.  I think he’s brilliant!  First of all he’s a brilliant actor, second of all he’s Scottish, so he’s a winner.

M:  Is there any chance that Amy and Rory might come back?

karen002KG:  I have said before that I wasn’t going to return and my reason for that was because I wanted my departure to have the same impact years down the line.  I wanted people to feel upset when they watched it.  But then I went back for Matt’s regeneration so obviously I lie about that stuff.  So, yeah!  If they asked me to go back I would absolutely do it.

QFF:  What is the favorite Dr. Who episode that you were in and why?

KG:  It was “The Eleventh Hour” because I think that it is the best episode that Steven Moffat wrote because he had that in him since he was a little kid.  It was always his dream to write for Dr. Who and I think that he had that planned for a very long time.  It was a particularly magical and special episode, and we were playing the characters for the first time, and I thought my little cousin Caitlyn [Blackwood], who played the younger Amy, did such a good job introducing my character and making people like her so I was like “thank you”.

caitM:  How did she become involved in it?  Did you suggest her?

KG:  I did.  We were looking for this little Scottish girl who looked like me and sounded like me, and I don’t have the same Scottish accent as the central belt of Scotland like Glasgow, so they needed a particular one.  I was like “I have this cousin, who looks like me, she’s never acted before, she’s never expressed an interest in acting” and they were like “just let us audition her.”  And then they auditioned her three times, so it wasn’t that easy for her, which made me happy that she didn’t just get handed [the part].  She nailed the audition, I think that all the other little girls were sweet and lovely, and she had a lot of attitude, and she just put her hands on her hips and was like “What?  You’re a time traveler?”  I think that she did a really good job with that.

QFF:  What is your second favorite episode of Dr. Who?

KG:  It would have to be “The Girl Who Waited.”  I got to play an older version of Amy and see what I look like older, and now I live really healthily after seeing that (laughs).  It was cool because I felt like I got more to play with emotionally.

girl-who-waitedQFF:  Of all the villains in Dr. Who which one is your favorite?

KG:  It is actually the weeping angels, they are so scary and horrible and you had to look at them.

QFF:  When you played in the episode “Fires of Pompeii” did you know that you were going to be a Dr. Who companion then?  Or did you have to re-audition for the part.

KG:  I did not know that I was going to be a Dr. Who companion when I was in the “Fires of Pompeii” with Peter Capaldi, who didn’t know that he was going to be a Doctor!  That was quite random.  I had to re-audition for the companion role, and by that point the whole team had changed, all the producers had changed over, so it wasn’t even as if they went “Oh that girl from that episode could do it!”  It was just random and completely separate.

QFF:  If you could be the companion of any other Doctor who would it be?

david-tennantKG:  I think that it would be David Tennant.  I love his Doctor, I think it’s a really interesting version of the character, he’s so energetic and charming.  I think it would be fun.

QFF:  Do you think that you share any personality traits with Amy Pond?

KG:  I think that a lot of me bled into that performance, especially when you are playing [a character] every single day for ten hours and that’s all that you are doing, it sort of molds into you a little bit.  And you mold into it.  I think that she is a bit more sassy and a bit more sarcastic than me and has just a bit more attitude than me.  She’s like a cooler version of me.

M:  But part of becoming a companion on Dr. Who is much like actually being a companion of the Doctor in the sense that you’re going on this fantastic journey that’s brought you all over the world.

KG:  We would always talk about that.  Me and Matt would always sit down and be like “What’s real and what’s not?  Because it feels like our lives have completely changed.  We’re going on this fantastic crazy journey, and obviously we are not actually traveling through time but our lives have turned upside down.”

M:  You do share that quality then [with Amy] of taking that chance for adventure?

doomsdayKG:  I remember actively thinking that lot.  I’d be like “How does she feel in this situation?'”  And then I thought “Well how do I feel in this situation?  Ok, I understand.”

QFF:  What’s your favorite Dr. Who episode that you’re not in?

KG:  I really liked “Doomsday” with Billy and David just because it was so sad.  When they’re separated by the White Wall and his face was the saddest face that I have ever seen.  It haunts me.

QFF:  Did you watch Dr. Who when you were a child?

KG:  It wasn’t on when I was a kid, which is a travesty, and I am so mad at the BBC for that.  I didn’t really get to watch it growing up and have that amazing experience of being a child and being like “What is this?”  It came back in 2005 and I watched it with my mother because she is the biggest Whovian that I have ever met and she introduced me to it.  I remember thinking that the acting was really strong and hard because it’s all these high octane situations and it’s life or death all the time.  It’s not just a tv show where you are walking around corridors talking like a doctor on ER.

M:  Was it difficult watching the episodes with your mom when you were on it?  Was she critiquing the episodes in terms of the canon?

KG:  She would always come up with theories in things.  She would be like “I think that that means that.  Does it?” And I’d be like “I’m not going to tell you that.”

karen001QFF:  Are there any people that you would want to work with?  Or any specific roles that you would like to have?

KG:  I would love to work with Tilda Swinton, because I think she’s so amazing.  Such gravitas.  I would love to work with Matt again, he’s the best actor that I think that I have ever worked with, just in terms of how we work together.  He’s one of the most generous actors.  Even he’s not on camera and you’re on camera, he’s sort of giving you the lines.  He works so hard to provoke things out of you, and so we would never have to fake laugh, he would always do something to make me laugh.  Stuff like that.  That’s when acting is really enjoyable, when you’re not even acting, it’s like reacting.  He did that for me so he remains my favorite one to work with.

M:  If an opportunity presented itself, is there a role that you would want to take on in Star Wars?

KG:  Here’s what I want to do in Star Wars  …  and I have spoken to my agent about this as well.  I want to play a weird looking alien that you have never seen, nobody knows it’s me, and I’ll just walk past in the background and have no lines.  That’s all I want.

QFF:  Have you ever had a Dr. Who script where you didn’t really know what it was about or where it was going?

KG:  And then they come to make sense a few episodes later sometimes, so you just have to bide your time.  I remember being really confused by the “The Rebel Flesh” episode when I first read it because it’s much easier to watch that visually than to read on a page, because there are two of everyone.  I was like “What is happening?”  That was probably the most confusing for me … then I watched it and I understood it.

QFF:  If you could play a doctor, which one would you want to play?

KG:  I can’t say Matt, because that would be really weird, I’d have myself as a companion.  Maybe I would play the first one, William Hartnell.

QFF:  If there was a role reversal and Amy Pond was the doctor, would she be a good doctor?

KG:  I think that she would try really hard to save the universe, although I kind of like her as the companion, because she gets to be sarcastic and make fun of the doctor, and was quite a nice position to be in.

QFF:  If you could come back to Dr. Who as a villain who would you choose?

karen003KG:  Matt always says that I would make a good Silence.  So maybe I would do that and hang from ceiling.

QFF:  How would your experience have been different if you filmed with a different Doctor?

KG:  I feel like it would be a totally different experience actually.  I am so grateful to have had the one that I did because I feel like it was a special time because everyone changed over, so I got to experience things for the first time while he was experiencing things for the first time and we bonded over that.  We were both really young as well.  But I feel that it would be good to work with an other Doctor, I did work with David Tennant very briefly, and that was really cool.  It was in the “Fires of Pompeii.”  I remember watching him and Catherine Tate when we were shooting in Rome, and I remember seeing them come out of TARDIS and doing the scene when they first arrive.  I was like “They have the coolest jobs ever!  I really want to do that!”

M:  What do you think that the vibe would be like if you were to come back and do an episode with Capaldi?

KG:  It would be a lot of Scottish, we would have to put in a tartan. I think that it would be quite funny though, two slightly aggressive Scottish people.

QFF:  Was there any moment which sticks out for you as super intense to film?

karen004KG:  So many moments.  The main one is maybe the most obvious one.  It was my last scene, saying goodbye to the Doctor.  That was really really emotional, and I remember building up to it.  First of all, I wouldn’t read the script for a very long time.  And Arthur and Matt were like “Will you just read this thing so we can at least talk about it?” I was like “No, it’s not happening.”  And then I finally read it and I was really worrying about how I was going to play because I was like “Where do I pitch this?  This is the climactic moment!  This is it!  If I am ever going to deliver it has to be now.”  When I got there, I remember feeling so genuinely upset and Matt Smith was sitting on a grave listening to the Carpenters close to me.  And I was like “I don’t need to act at all, this is just the worst day of my life.”

M:  How did you pick yourself up after shooting that scene?

KG:  It wasn’t the last scene that we ever shot, so we just had to get on with it and shoot another episode afterwards, because we don’t shoot them in chronological order, but I do remember just sitting down on a grave and just staring for a second.  And then I remember, in mid-scene, breaking part, I was like “This is rubbish!  This is rubbish!”  And everyone was like “Are you ok?”

M: How was your favorite co-star on Dr. Who?

KG:  It has to be Alex Kingston.  She is just the coolest woman ever, in real life.  She is such a brilliant actress.

M:  Can you remember a set that you walked into that was the most awe-inspiring?

daleksKG:  That one was a big one for me, because I like Kubrick films and that one was like a Kubrick film.  There was a lot of white and symmetry.  Also “Asylum of the Daleks”, that was probably the biggest set that we ever had.  It was huge, and they shot some kind of huge fireball through it so it was pretty epic to look at.

QFF:  What was your favorite out-take from Dr. Who.

KG:  I think it was when we had to go on that whale tongue in “The Beast Below”.  Trying to stand up in that goo stuff was jokes.  We were falling over constantly, and there was real cabbage in it, we were in it all day, and I remember not being able to get through one line without laughing.

QFF:  What has been your favorite role that you have ever played?

KG:  That has to be Amy Pond,  just because she has such a special place in my heart.  It was the longest time that I ever spent playing a character, it was such a crazy life-changing experience, and everything was new and exciting.

QFF:  What is the most challenging role that you ever had to play and what did you do to prepare for that?

nebula001KG:  Nebula was pretty challenging just because I had to do a lot of physical stuff that I had never done before.  Like I had to learn this whole choreographed fight scene, and that involved so much practice.  I never practiced so much on anything in my life.  They would make me come in everyday that I wasn’t shooting and just do hours of working out and then I would learn how to kick and punch.  Doing that stuff was quite foreign to me.

QFF:  How was the transition between your roles as the Doctor’s companion and then Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy?  Was it hard to switch between the two different sci-fis?

KG:  They are quite different characters.  There were a few other characters in between those two so I didn’t have to … but you know what?  It was actually weirdly similar going from Doctor Who to Guardians because it’s in the same genre and I was kind of nervous because Guardians is like a big scale film, and I was like “I’ve never done one of these before.”  And then I got there and I was like “This is a spaceship!  I know this!  I’ve got this!”

QFF:  They are two completely different characters, but are there any similarities in the way you went through the acting process with them?

nebula003KG:  Yeah, they are really different characters.  I don’t know if there are any similarities.  I hope not!  In terms of the way that I approached the roles, that was quite similar, just because with any acting role, you have your way of trying to understand the [character].  For me I got to the bottom of why I think that Nebula is the way she is and I justified all of her behavior, so in my head I think that she is a good person.

QFF:  What was it like on set as Nebula with all the makeup?

KG:  Yes, it’s really weird to see yourself transformed into an alien.  It was cool though, it was just such an extreme experience, and it took 5 hours every morning, and if I don’t shave my head it will take longer, so I’m considering shaving it to keep the time down.

QFF:  Who do you think would win between Nebula and Gamora if they had been able to finish their fight?

KG:  Who do I think would win?  Nebula!  She has a bionic arm!  Although Gamora is good, she’s a really good fighter, who’s known as the deadliest woman in the universe.

nebula002M:  Nebula fights dirtier.

KG:  She does, she doesn’t play fair.

M:  On that note do you think that we could see her turning to the good side in the upcoming films?

KG:  Who knows what James Gunn has in store?  He hasn’t mentioned anything about that, but even if she continues to be bad, I think that I understand why she’s doing it.

M:  What can you say about Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2?

KG:  I can say that I have not read a script yet, that I will be back and I still don’t know if I am going to bald or not.

M:  There’s a possibility that you won’t be.

KG:  There’s a possibility, I don’t know why or how, but there is.

Guardians of the Galaxy Gets Nominated

writers guild awardsToday, the nominees for the Writers Guild Awards was announced. Guardians of the Galaxy actually made the list and was nominated for “Adapted Screenplay.” Written by James Gunn and Nicole Perlman; the movie is based on the Marvel comic by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning.

The movie is nominated along with American Sniper, Gone Girl, The Imitation Game and Wild.

The 67th Annual Writers Guild Awards will be held February 14.

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