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Guardians Of Galaxy Cast Release A Full Statement To Reinstate James Gunn



Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn was recently fired from the third movie due to Disney’s conduct policies. Gunn was removed by Disney as writer and director of the third Guardians film after Twitter jokes about rape and pedophilia from several years ago resurfaced thanks to a targeted online campaign led by alt-right social media personality Mike Cernovich.

The cast has been openly supporting Gunn and expressed their displeasure of Gunn being removed from the project. Many of the returning actors signed an official statement offering support for fired franchise director James Gunn and wants to see the director reinstated.

The statement, posted to Zoe Saldana‘s Twitter, is also signed by Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista, Karen Gilan, Bradley Cooper, Sean Gunn, Vin Diesel, Michael Rooker, and Pom Klementieff.

Checkout the full statement below.

“The character he has shown in the wake of his firing is consistent with the man he was every day on set,” the statement says, “and his apology, now and from years ago when first addressing these remarks, we believe is from the heart, a heart we all know, trust, and love.”

You can read the full statement below:

We fully support James Gunn. We were all shocked by his abrupt firing and have intentionally waited these ten days to respond in order to think, pray, listen, and discuss. In that time, we’ve been encouraged by the outpouring of support from fans and members of hehe media who wish to see James reinstated as director of Volume 3 as well as discouraged by those so easily duped into believing the many outlandish conspiracy theories surrounding him.

Being in the Guardians of the Galaxy movies has been a great honor in each of our lives. We cannot let this moment pass without expressing our love, support, and gratitude for James. We are not here to defend his jokes of many years ago but rather to share our experience having spent many years together on set making Guardians of the Galaxy 1 and 2. The character he has shown in the wake of his firing is consistent with the man he was every day on set, and his apology, now and from years ago when first addressing these remarks, we believe is from the heart, a heart we all know, trust, and love. In casting each of us to help him tell the story of misfits who find redemption, he changed our lives forever. We believe the theme of redemption has never been more relevant than now.

Each of us looks forward to working with our friend James again in the future. His story isn’t over — not by a long shot.

There is little due process in the court of public opinion. James is likely not the last good person to be put on trial. Given the growing political divide in this country, it’s safe to say instances like this will continue, although we hope Americans from across the political spectrum can ease up on the character assassinations and stop weaponizing mob mentality.

It is our hope that what has transpired can serve as an example for all of us to realize the enormous responsibility we have to ourselves and to each other regarding the use of our written words when we etch them in digitial stone; that we as a society may learn from this experience and in the future will think twice before we decide what we want to express; and in so learning perhaps can harness this capability to help and heal instead of hurting each other. Than you taking the time to read our words.

The Guardians of the Galaxy.

Let us know if you think Disney should reinstate Gunn.


Lebron James Producing ‘Friday The 13th’ Reboot



Lebron James is rebooting another cult classic.

James SpringHill Entertainment company and Vertigo Entertainment, the latter of which produced It, are producing a remake of Friday The 13th.

The success of the Halloween and It are key factors to trying to reboot the horror franchise featuring Jason. The franchise also has been on hold due to lawsuits from the original screenwriter Victor Miller. Miller won his case in court retaining the rights to his screenplay.

The plaintiffs, which include producer and director Sean Cunningham, could still appeal, and one item not on the table at the trial was who controls the rights to the character of Jason Vorhees, who dies as a young boy in the first movie but becomes the unstoppable hockey mask-wearing killer the franchise would become known for.

Settlements or future legal battles could still occur. Another foil is that the legal decision seems to indicate that Miller will control the rights in the U.S. The producers and Warner Bros., which last made a movie through New Line, control certain international territories.

According to THR, no writers have been signed on yet.

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Wonder Woman 1984 Pushed Back To Summer 2020



Wonder Woman is moving to a summer release.

The sequel to Wonder Woman was originally set for Nov. 1, 2019, now Wonder Woman 1984 is delayed to June 5, 2020.

Gal Gadot tweeted out the news on Monday. “Super excited to announce that, thanks to the changing landscape, we are able to put Wonder Woman back to its rightful home. June 5, 2020. Be there or be square!!!” wrote the action star.

According to THR,  Warners president of domestic distribution said in a statement shortly after Gadot’s tweet that, “We had tremendous success releasing the first Wonder Woman film during the summer so when we saw an opportunity to take advantage of the changing competitive landscape, we did. This move lands the film exactly where it belongs.”

This is a big move for Warner Bros. The movie is set to be released weeks before Top Gun: Maverick, Dwayne and Johnson’s Red Notice. The movie will also follow up the Disney sequel to Maleficent 2 and Godzilla vs King Kong.

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Netflix Cancels Luke Cage Series



It looks like Luke Cage is the latest Marvel Hero to get canceled.

Netflix announced they would be canceling the series just a week after canceling Iron Fist. “Unfortunately, Marvel’s Luke Cage will not return for a third season,” Marvel and the streaming service said on Friday. “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series.”

The second season had Luke Cage embracing his fame after the events of Defenders until Bushmaster played by Mustafia Shakir shows up to claim Harlem. Bushmaster wanted control of Harlem’s gangs, something that not only puts him on Luke’s to-punch list, but also in the crosshairs of Mariah (Alfre Woodard,) who has consolidated her control of Harlem and isn’t interested in interlopers. Fortunately, Luke isn’t without backup, as Misty Knight (Simone Missick) has a bright shiny new robot arm to beat up goons with.

Luke Cage was one of the best shows on Netflix, its sad day that creative difference between the higher-ups means no show for the fans.

VIA: Deadline

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