James Gunn

James Gunn Says Peacemaker Star 'Murders' His Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Performance

We're still a year away from the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 but it already promises to be one of the most emotional Marvel Cinematic Universe ever. In case you didn't know, James Gunn himself has stated on more than one occasion that Volume 3 will be his last film in the MCU as he turns his attention to helming more projects over at the DC Extended Universe.
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James Gunn Makes His Animated Debut in the 'Harley Quinn' Season 3 Trailer

Let the Eat, Bang, Kill, tour begin! WB animation released the Harley Quinn Season 3 teaser ahead of its San Diego Comic-Con panel. The one-and-a-half-minute clip sees Harley wishing her BFF turned GFF, Poison Ivy, a ‘happy two-week anniversary’ and presenting the Suicide Squad head Amanda Waller as a gift in a body bag! For its third season run the teaser promises the show will be ‘filthier,’ ‘freakier’ and definitely ‘creepier’.

How Taika Waititi Forced Guardians Of The Galaxy Director James Gunn To Deal With Space Goats

The release of "Thor: Love and Thunder" will bring more than just the God of Thunder back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the aftermath of "Avengers: Endgame." This time around, he's going to be joined by his pals in the Guardians of the Galaxy, which should help to tee up the ball for the long-awaited "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" next summer. But it appears as though the Guardians are going to be saddled with a little something that wasn't originally part of the plan, and it's all thanks to Taika Waititi.

The Suicide Squad: Did James Gunn Just Tease the Return of Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn?

Currently, there are rumors going around that Lady Gaga could be playing Harley Quinn opposite Joaquin Phoenix in Joker 2, but fans aren't quite ready to say goodbye to Margot Robbie's take on the character. The Oscar-nominated actor first played the role in the 2016 film Suicide Squad and went on to star in Birds of Prey in 2020 and appear in James Gunn's The Suicide Squad last year. Gunn's days with DC are far from over as he'll be working on the second season of Peacemaker once he's done with Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, but the director recently gave a disappointing update on The Suicide Squad 2. However, that doesn't mean there aren't plans to bring back Robbie's Harley Quinn. In fact, Gunn gave a promising little tease on Twitter this week.

Oscar Isaac Wanted To Drop The MCU’s First F-Bomb, But James Gunn May Have Beaten Him To It

Oscar Isaac tried to drop the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first “f*ck” in Moon Knight (working with Taxi Driver and Raging Bull writer Paul Schrader will do that), but his efforts were thwarted by the Powers That Be. So… Disney. But if there’s any consolation, it’s this: Isaac’s “f*ck” might not have actually been the MCU’s first “f*ck.”

James Gunn finds keeping MCU continuity with GotG “hard”

After 14 years, 28 movies, seven Disney Plus series and countless more action movies and TV series in various stages of development, the MCU is a lot to keep track of, to say the least. The various directors, showrunners, and writers are tasked with not just making compelling standalone stories,...

James Gunn Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Scooby-Doo Movie

Happy 20th anniversary, Scooby-Doo! The beloved live-action Scoob movie hit theatres on June 8th, 2002. To this day, many fans consider the film to have one of the best animated-to-live-action casts of all time with '90s teen heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr. playing Fred, his real-life wife and Buffy star Sarah Michelle Gellar as Daphne, Marvel's Linda Cardellini as Velma, and Scream alum Matthew Lillard as Shaggy. While you may not have known it 20 years ago, you're probably aware by now that the 2002 hit film was written by Guardians of the Galaxy and The Suicide Squad director, James Gunn. In fact, Gunn took to Twitter today to celebrate the movie's birthday.

James Gunn Slams Right-Wingers Blaming Hollywood Over Gun Crisis: ‘Stop Conflating’ Fact and Fiction

Click here to read the full article. After Matthew McConaughey addressed the White House on gun control following the elementary school massacre in his hometown of Uvalde, Texas, right-wing outlets are questioning the actor’s efforts and Hollywood’s own portrayals of violence. Yet filmmaker James Gunn, known for bloody action-comedy DC and Marvel films, quickly called out the conflation of fictional gun U.S. with legislation. The “Peacemaker” showrunner and “Guardians of the Galaxy” writer/director retweeted a Breitbart News post captioned: “Matthew McConaughey, who delivered a passionate plea for new gun control legislation in an address at the White House briefing room on Tuesday,...