The Marvel Cinematic Universe truly has something for everyone. Spanning 13 films and 8 eight years (with many more planned), the MCU covers enough genres and types of superhero movies that you're sure to identify with at least one of them. Some of the most vocal MCU fans are those who took a particular liking to James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. As such, those fans (myself included) are more than excited for the upcoming sequel, and are eager to learn anything we can about what to expect from it. Unfortunately, it looks like this is growing a bit tiresome for the director.
James Gunn recently took to his personal Facebook page to address some of his fans. It seems that some people have been getting a bit aggressive in anticipation for an official movie trailer, and it's becoming too much.
Wow. It looks like things are really getting out of hand on social media for James Gunn. And it's definitely something that needs to be addressed.
James Gunn is one of the more open and interactive Marvel entities on social media. He's extremely generous with his time and makes sure that there is a constant conversation between himself and the many fans who enjoy Guardians of the Galaxy. Unfortunately, it appears that people are taking advantage of this, and have started to harass the director on his non-Guardians related posts.
Overall, James Gunn makes a very valid point when asking the rabid fanbase to relax. Nothing we say or do is going to make the schedule for footage and trailer release change. Those in attendance at San Diego Comic-Con were lucky enough to see some footage, and it seems that exclusive club is going to remain small until the marketing team behind Guardians 2 spreads the love. We should probably just be thankful that a director of Gunn's caliber is so interactive with his fanbase.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is scheduled for a May 5th 2017 release.
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