James Gunn Rehired to Direct 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3'

James Gunn Thanks Disney and Fans for Guardians Vol. 3 Reinstatement

James Gunn Thanks Disney and Fans for Guardians Vol. 3 Reinstatement

According to a report from Deadline, after Gunn was sacked, he met several times with Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn on several occasions. It seems that is intact and his new contract states he cannot begin the third Guardians film until he completes The Suicide Squad.

"I am tremendously grateful to every person out there who has supported me over the past few months".

Gunn immediately apologised for the tweets, but at the time, the apology was not enough for Disney.

James Gunn has been reportedly reinstated for Guardians of the Galaxy by Disney.

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Although Gunn apologized and issued a statement saying, "I understand and accept the business decisions taken", there was nearly immediately a backlash on the director's behalf, with supporters claiming that the studio had overreacted and moved too precipitously to sever ties.

"The best thing about being raped is when you're done being raped and it's like 'whew this feels great, not being raped!'" James Gunn said in 2009, the same year he wrote this: "I like it when little boys touch me in my silly place". I deeply appreciate Disney's decision and I am excited to continue making films that investigate the ties of love that bind us all. Yet Disney failed to take the Tweets' compilation and release into context and dropped Gunn without considering that they were emboldening a toxic movement of ultra-conservative trolls. In the past, I have apologized for humor of mine that hurt people. "Love you to you all". This immediately raises the question, however, and what this means for his being the writer and director on The Suicide Squad.

This will please all Guardians of the Galaxy and James Gunn fans and we hope that this gets confirmed by Marvel soon.

Gunn signed on to work on the "Suicide Squad" sequel for Warner Bros. and DC Comics in the interim, according to The Washington Post. Some of the "Guardians" characters will next be seen in April's "Avengers: Endgame". The Guardians themselves-Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, and Bradley Cooper-famously penned an open letter to the studio asking them to reconsider their position.

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