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Back when James Gunn got fired from directing Guardians of the Galaxy 3, it was Dave Bautista who was his most vocal supporter.
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Dave Bautista has joined Legendary's "Dune" reboot starring Timothee Chalamet, sources tell Variety. Denis Villeneuve is directing and is co-writing script with Eric Roth and Jon Spaihts. Rebecca Ferguson is also on board. Legendary closed a deal with the Frank Herbert estate in 2016 for his famous novel, granting the studio rights to both film […]
When your average Hollywood star sits down to their breakfast granola, opens The New York Times, and finds one of their colleagues has been exposed, shamed and duly fired, the response has been one of silence and deference. All that changed in July with Disney’s exile of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, who was abruptly fired after the discovery of dumb, tasteless and provocative jokes tweeted years earlier. In a jointly undersigned open letter, Chris Pratt, Zoë Saldana, Bradley Cooper et al started by offering their “full support” for Gunn and expressing a hope that he be reinstated, before going off on a quite stunning tirade against “weaponised mob mentality” and a lack of “due process in the court of public opinion”.
Bad news for Drax fans: Dave Bautista might not be coming back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. During an interview on <em>The Jonathan Ross Show</em>, Bautista remained open and honest about his feelings on Disney and how they fired <em>Guardians of the Galaxy </em>director James Gunn after controversial tweets surfaced. He continues to defend the director and when the British talk show host asked about the future of his involvement in the franchise, specifically the third installment he…
Production for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” has been put on a temporary hold, with Marvel and Disney dismissing the handful of crew members who had assembled in Los Angeles for pre-production. Those crew members, numbering less than 20, have been told that they are free to look for other work, a source told Variety […]
James Gunn has many supporters, but none have been as vocal as Dave Bautista. The WWE wrestler-turned-movie actor has once again criticised Disney’s choice to remove Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, ‘thanking’ the company in a Tweet while sharing an article castigating their decision. “Thanks Disney!! Making America Great Again,” Bautista wrote alongside an article titled ‘Disney Not Rehiring James Gunn is a Big Mistake for Marvel (And Beyond)’.
Dave Bautista has slammed Disney over the sacking of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, saying that he's 'nauseated' that he will have to appear in the next movie.
Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, and the rest of the cast release a statement supporting their director and slamming the decision to let him go.
Continuing to reverberate: the stunning take-down of director James Gunn by conservative journalists who bared years-old disgusting tweets that got Gunn ostracized from Disney’s Marvel Comics Universe. His banishment from returning for a third <em>Guardians of the Galaxy</em> film prompted this response from Dave Bautista, the former wrestler and mixed martial artist who began his ascension as an actor in that film series. Said Bautista on his own Twitter thread: “I will have more…
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