Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 features one of the most emotionally charged deaths in all of Marvel’s cinematic universe, and according to James Gunn, Marvel was able to keep it under wraps before the movie’s premiere by trolling fans.
After two massive hit films, one might think coming back for a third would be a no-brainer. But that wasn’t the case with James Gunn. The writer/director of the first two Guardians of the Galaxy films recently revealed the reason why he almost didn’t come back for Vol. 3—but if you haven’t seen Vol. 2 yet, you should…
The biggest problem with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie. Vol. 1, if you will, was such a huge, surprise hit that most of the massive audiences who will flock to see Vol. 2 will all want to relive watching the first film. They’ll get their wish, sometimes, but other times Vol.…
The Driving Dead is an ambitious web series with zombies, an 18+ rating, and The Walking Dead's Michael Rooker. It was also created for the Illinois Department of Transportation (really), and is sprinkled throughout with PSAs about driving impaired and not buckling up. It's also, well, surprisingly good.
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Super is an ultra-violent superhero comedy by Slither's James Gunn that stars Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, Kevin Bacon, and Nathan Fillion. They say it's "an effed up, low-rent Watchmen," and what we saw lived up to all that incredible promise.