There's a great disturbance in the film Force today. Hundreds of fan voices are crying out in anger, only to be silenced by frustrated "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn.
A recent study by Go Compare tallied on-screen casualties in the best-performing Hollywood movies since the 1940s, and shared some interesting (and controversial) results. Part of their research, maybe the part we should care about most, showed the average number of deaths in movies has risen over the years: "In 1940, there was just one film with 50 or more on-screen deaths, rising to four in 1950, 33 in 1960, 44 in 1970, 84 in 1980 and 119 in 1990.
Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is one of those filmmakers who puts himself out there and connects with the fans (or just fellow movie geeks). Be it on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook, Gunn has always been very open about...
Director James Gunn thanks the fans for their support as 'Guardians of the Galaxy' takes the top spot at the box office. [...]
With a whopping 83,871 fatalities, the 2014 Marvel Studios blockbuster has the highest body count of any Hollywood movie, a new study finds. The post Guardians of the Galaxy Leads List of Deadliest Films appeared first on CBR.com.