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James Gunn Addresses the Anti-Chris Pratt Crowd

by Stewart Cole

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The never-ending saga of the DCU drama continues as James Gunn takes to Twitter once again to address the recent wave of criticism and skepticism about some of his creative decisions. In this latest instance, the director addressed the Chris Pratt-hating crowd by saying that his upcoming cinematic universe will have hundreds of characters, and some of them will inevitably turn out to be people Gunn has worked with in the past, so all the better. deal with the logistics of this now.

Meanwhile, the online community is having a field day with the Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania The script is being leaked online, with many people imagining the moves Kevin Feige must make to find the culprit and bring them to justice. Last but not least, Jason Momoa confirms that he is a fan favorite Aquaman character is indeed set to appear in the upcoming sequel.

Netflix’s latest sci-fi blockbuster that failed to dazzle critics instantly takes first place in 31 countries

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JUNG_E is the latest movie from Train to Busan from writer and director Sang-Ho, set in a post-apocalyptic future where climate change has decimated much of humanity. You can imagine that many people would be willing to give this film a try based on this premise alone, and the director’s credentials only help to confirm that choice.

While JUNG_E failed to impress critics, with a rating that puts it somewhere below your average hit these days, it seems the streaming nation has chosen to be the opposite once again. In fact, The film currently occupies a position in the top 10 most viewed films in 84 countries and it’s the first of 31 of them, so make of that what you will.

James Gunn responds to the anti-Chris Pratt crowd by doubling down on his previous stance

Peter Quill aka Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.  3'
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You’d think James Gunn would be doing everything in his power besides producing a Man of Steel movie right now to appease the raging DC fanbase. But if anything, the director is doubling down on all of his creative decisions, no matter how controversial and fueling the debates that the past two weeks have proven to be. One of them features the cast of MCU regulars in the upcoming DC Cinematic Universe, including Chris Pratt. Gunn seems to think this is a reasonable issue, and explained the same in a tweet recently.

“We have hundreds of roles to play. As I’ve always done, some will be brand new faces, some will be actors I’ve worked with before, and some will be actors you know I’ve never worked with. What matters most is that the actor fits the role and is easy to work with,” Gunn wrote. Totally logical train of thought, wouldn’t you say?

Kevin Feige must turn heaven and earth to find the leaker Ant-Man 3 writing

Kang in Ant-man and the wasp quantumnia
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According to people on social media, you can find the whole thing Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania script somewhere on the internet. This has to be the biggest leak from the MCU in years, so we can almost imagine Kevin Feige, a man renowned for running an incredibly tight ship when it comes to spoilers and leaks, is almost hairy right now.

Instead of being annoyed and angry that it’s open season on the plot of their highly anticipated Marvel movie, the internet is having a little fun at Feige’s expense by speculating about all the steps the MCU boss has to take to find the person who did this, and woe betide them if they do. A huge portion of fans may have already given up on the MCU or simply not taken it as seriously as before, but if we know anything about them, it’s that Feige and co. Take this matter very seriously.

Jason Momoe confirms this cult hero is coming back for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

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There’s something incredibly appealing about oddball bystanders with musical ability, so it’s no wonder Topo the octopus from the drums Aquaman has turned into something of a cult legend since appearing in the original film. Now, Jason Momoa has put all of those fan concerns to rest by confirming that Topo, his magical sidekick in the sea, does make a return for the sequel.

“Oh! yes. He’ll come back fine,” she said. “But it’s hilarious. It’s great. You’re going to love it. Right now, I want you to remember that you asked me. It might be one of the funniest moments in the whole movie.” we can’t wait.

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