For many fans of the superhero series Guardians of the Galaxy, it must have been frustrating to learn that director and creative director of the first two films, James Gunn, was suspended from work on the triquel. The reason for this was several provocative tweets from 10 years ago, which the director left on his Twitter page. This decision by Disney did not meet with much enthusiasm in Hollywood, and now even Course Russell itself has defended James Gunn.
An iconic actor who has starred in more than fifty films over a 50-year career, including The Hateful Eight, Guardians of the Galaxy. Part 2 "and" Escape from New York ", disagrees with the removal of James Gunn. Here's how the popular actor commented on the scrupulous situation to the American edition of Variety:
It is not sad, but it is part of our culture today, part of ourselves. In my opinion, we do the wrong thing when we become too sensitive to the actions of people who do not deserve it.
Course Russell agrees that joking about AIDS and pedophilia, which Disney did not like, was not a good idea. But James Gunn has a "great mind" and "beautiful heart" and therefore the famous actor hopes that Disney can find the strength to forgive the director and allow him to return to work on the third part of Guardians of the Galaxy.
Recently, even the leading actors in a superhero dilogy sent a joint letter to Disney producers. Where the importance of James Gunn was emphasized for Guardians of the Galaxy. But, what a shame, according to internal sources of Variety, the Walt Disney company has unanimously made a decision and is not going to deviate from its principles, so James Gunn will hardly ever be able to continue cooperation with Disney.
Also note that recently, Internet users noticed the disappearance of more than 8 thousand tweets on Ryan Johnson's page on the social network. What is it, the fear of repeating the fate of James Gunn? The director of the new trilogy in the Star Wars film franchise declined to comment.
The Topic of Article: Hollywood Men's Solidarity: Kurt Russell Stands Up for James Gunn.