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Report: James Gunn has been un-fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
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Mar 15, 2019 3:25 PM 1+ week ago

Report: James Gunn has been un-fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

After Disney firing in July over tweets, Gunn defected to DC Studios, Suicide Squad.

Peter Quill/Starlord, Groot, Draxx, and Gamora: dusted Guardians of the Galaxy.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is back in production after an unofficial hiatus, according to reports from Deadline and Hollywood Reporter. If you're for any reason fatigued by Marvel Studios sequelitis, you may be more intrigued by why it's back on: because its original director, James Gunn, has been rehired.

Gunn's departure from Marvel Studios and Disney became an airing of dirty laundry in July of last year, after tweets and blog posts from as far back as 2009 were resurfaced by an alt-right proponent of Pizzagate conspiracy theories. The "joking" tweets in question were, on their face, well on the side of bad taste, although because they appeared in an earlier version of Twitter, they lacked the site's newer, reply-linked metadata that ...

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