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Director James Gunn has been very good about keeping fans up to date about the goings on with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. Having said that, his information isn't always very clear.
The fate of the Fantastic Four is up to date and while fans hope the characters will go back to Marvel, they're probably going to stay right at Fox. Here are the Fantastic Four characters James Gunn wishes he could use in his Marvel films.
Doctor Strange helmer Scott Derrickson had revealed a pretty fitting source of inspiration during the production phase of his fall blockbuster. Read on to see just who brought Derrickson into the fold.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is still as mysterious as ever, but that hasn't stopped James Gunn from teasing some of the big moments he's been shooting every Wednesday. Check out the latest tease, and what we think it may be depicting, within.
At this point it feels like Marvel Studios can do no wrong, but it wasnít that long ago that nobody knew quite what to expect when they decided to make a feature film based on The Guardians of the Galaxy. Now, it's become a major franchise.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn has posted an unusual image of Groot, where the young tree alien is holding something weird.
While superhero movies have been all the rage for years, just in the last couple of weeks it feels like the entire landscape has changed. Following the box office shattering success of Deadpool we've seen several other comic book films going after R-ratings.
Deadpool was huge this past weekend, and Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is taking issue with what one person attributed Deadpoolís success to.
Itís been mentioned before that the line-up will expand in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and now itís confirmed at least one new member will be added to the 2017 blockbuster.
You might expect casting news to come from a podcast about movies, but you donít really expect to see it happen quite like this. A stand-up comic had to miss a recording session in order to film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
In August 2014, director James Gunn and Marvel Studios successfully blew our minds by introducing us to the Guardians of the Galaxy. In 2017, the same ragtag bunch of scoundrels will be back on the big screen, and to say that star Chris Pratt is excited would be very much an understatement.
The Guardians of the Galaxy post-credits scene was a lighthearted, off-the-cuff epilogue that felt different than previous Marvel movies, but for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, theyíre taking a different approach.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a well-oiled machine at this point. Captain America: Civil War is ready to go. Doctor Strange is filming. Finally, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is making sure that their script is ready to rock and roll.
There are countless reasons to lament the recent loss of David Bowie (and just as many to celebrate his brilliant life), but one could-have-been that will never be could have been especially perfect: Marvel wanted Bowie to cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is taking another step to distinguish itself from Marvelís other offerings with a new piece of movie-making technology.
While most of us have to wait until early summer to see the next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, apparently when youíre a big part of helping to make part of the MCU, you get to ignore little things like release schedules.
Last week, it was reported that Kurt Russell is being considered by Marvel to play Peter Quillís father in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Hereís what the actor has to say about that.
None other than writer and director James Gunn has once again taken to social medial to give fans a look at an early version of Star-Lord's Guardians Of The Galaxy's mask.
Well, that didn't take long. Earlier today, a rumor made the rounds about the identity of Star-Lord's father in Guardians of the Galaxy, but director James Gunn says it's not right. And he probably knows.
Vin Diesel has one of the strangest jobs in Hollywood. Sometime next year heís going to stand in a sound booth and say ďI am Groot,Ē a couple of hundred times with various inflections, but only a few people know what he's really saying.