James Gunn has said that in his Scooby-Doo movies, crime-solving teenager Velma Dinkley was gay, but the studio behind the movies – Warner Bros – didn't go along with his vision.
The 'MacGruber' star says being told he didn't have to do an impersonation of the iconic character helped with the performance.
Warner Bros. has big ambitions for its animation division, and the studio has zeroed in on the talent to help steer the ship on two popular properties. Sources tell Variety that Warners and Warner Animation Group (WAG) are in negotiations with “Shaft” helmer Tim Story to direct the new “Tom and Jerry” live-action/animated hybrid. The studio […]
James Gunn, who wrote the screenplay for 2002’s “Scooby Doo: The Movie” confirmed this week that the script was initially rated R. “Yes, the rumors are true,” Gunn wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday — 15 after the movie came out.
As if hopes were not already high enough for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,’ audience expectations just went through the roof with the news that the upcoming Marvel sequel got a 100% approval rating from a recent test screening. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news, noting that scores this high are extremely rare from test screenings, and unprecedented for Marvel movies: the previous highest-scorers were ‘Avengers Assemble’ and ‘Iron Man 3,’ which reportedly both scored somewhere over 90%. Naturally, this got fans pretty excited – but returning ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ writer-director James Gunn had a somewhat self-deprecating response to the news.