Greetings, little ones! It’s been a hell of a couple of weeks, so let’s open my mailbag and see what nonsense we can solace ourselves with. We’re talking the chances of the Wheel of Time series becoming a reality! The ramifications of James Gunn joining DC and Warner Bros.! And how Aquaman could survive jumping out of…
Warner Bros. has just confirmed to io9 that James Gunn is in discussions to write, with an eye to direct, the next installment of the Suicide Squad franchise. He’ll have a completely new take on the property.
Hello, all! It’s your friendly neighborhood postman, except I’m not that friendly, there are no more neighborhoods since I live in the post-apocalypse, and also I’m a fake postman anyway. It’s been a year since I last answered your letters, so let’s just get to it—it being the futures of Star Wars: Episode IX,…
Well, this is just a right ol’ mess, isn’t it.
Considering all the Guardians of the Galaxy-adjacent news we’ve gotten this summer, this announcement is actually pretty far from shocking: Production on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, which was in the very early stages, has been put on hold. Temporarily.
Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is expecting a new horror film release, Hilary Swank is facing off against a robot, and Lucifer picks up a major character. Plus, The Happytime Murders gang remains as filthy as ever. Grab some hand sanitizer, spoilers are coming!
In the wake of Disney cutting James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after controversial tweets of his were resurfaced by alt-right figures, the film’s tight-knit cast has been openly advocating for the studio to bring the director back. Long story short? Still not gonna happen.
A new report has brought some new twists and turns into the ongoing saga of James Gunn and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
Of all the Guardians of the Galaxy, Dave Bautista has been the most vocal in support of James Gunn following his firing from the Disney-Marvel film series. And now, he’s willing to make the ultimate sacrifice over the matter: give up his own job.
Guardians of the Galaxy cast members Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Sean Gunn, Pom Klementieff, and Michael Rooker have released a joint statement in support of writer-director James Gunn after he was fired from the third film earlier this month.
Walt Disney has announced that it has severed ties with James Gunn, removing him from production of the third Guardians of the Galaxy film, in the wake of multiple old tweets from the director joking about rape and pedophilia.
Though Groot doesn’t have all that much to say in Avengers: Infinity War, the talking tree’s last spoken dialogue in the film is apparently quite the tearjerker.
Elizabeth Banks and James Gunn are reuniting for a new horror movie. A new supernatural fantasy series is in the works at the CW. Shazam set footage shows a big villain in action. Plus, a look at the penultimate episode of The X-Files’ latest season, and Karl Urban still has hopes for playing Dredd on TV. Spoilers,…
Before Peter Quill wore out Awesome Mix. Vol. 1 and cracked open Awesome Mix. Vol. 2, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn created Awesome Mix Vol. 0.
Groot is dead. Long live Baby Groot!
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 might have given us Kurt Russell as a giant daddy planet, but the third volume in the series could (hopefully) give us something even bigger: Mark Hamill.
In the prison scenes in the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie, our gathered heroes unite first as inmates rather than cosmos savers—with matching yellow prison garb. Their trousers, however, don’t just have a cool spacey design on them, they actually fill out a long list of felonies committed by our not-so-good-guys.
Henry Cavill discusses how future DC movies will move on from Superman’s resurrection. Wentworth Miller teases one last return to The Flash. There could be even more flashbacks in Ant-Man & The Wasp than we thought. Plus, glorious new Deadpool 2 art, and more on The X-Files’ return. Spoilers now!
Today, writer-director James Gunn posted the script to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 online. It’s more or less what made it onto the screen, with a few tweaks here and there. One of the funniest reveals, though, is an extended version of the adolescent Groot end-credits scene.
The director of Guardians of the Galaxy has a simple message for Marvel and DC fans everywhere. Why can’t we all get along?