James Gunn's riotous gorefest stars Michael Rooker and Elizabeth Banks The post James Gunn’s Sickening Slither Makes Blu-ray Debut appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
From James Gunn, co-writer and director of Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, comes the long-awaited Blu-ray for his feature debut: Slither. Making its Blu-ray debut as a deluxe Collector’s Edition Blu-ray on August 1st, 2017 from Scream Factory, this delightfully disgusting creature feature comes jam-packed with bonus features both new […]
Ruh Roh! Before writing and directing Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," James Gunn was a screenwriter who wrote the 2002 movie "Scooby-Doo." The family film starring Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard, Linda...Show More Summary
This week marks the 15th anniversary of Scooby-Doo, a landmark of modern cinema that definitely earns the title, “A film that was made in 2002.” To commemorate the moment, Scooby-Doo screenwriter (and writer-director of noted indie films Guardians Of The Galaxy Vols. Show More Summary
This fake Kevin Feige Instagram account would’ve found out about all of Marvel’s well-kept secrets and gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids! Well, more like if James Gunn hadn’t realized immediately that it was a troll account and started trolling back in kind. Show More Summary
Writer James Gunn reveals a few secrets about his time spent working on Warner Bros. Scooby-Doo movie franchise.
Moving onto the third Guardians of the Galaxy film with the first two movies being massive successes, director James Gunn took to Facebook to reminisce about his first studio script. That script was the 2002 live-action Scooby-Doo movie. Show More Summary
Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn recalls working on 2002's live-action Scooby-Doo film, which was nearly rated R. The post James Gunn Confirms Scooby-Doo Was Originally R-Rated appeared first on CBR.
The live-action children's movie was originally R-rated.
Jeepers! As has long been rumored, Warner Bros.’ live-action Scooby Doo movie was indeed originally an R-rated comedy. On the 15th anniversary of the movie’s opening, James Gunn revealed on Facebook what would’ve been in the R-rated cut the studio didn’t release. Gunn wrote the script for the movie, which ... More »
Most people would like assume that you’d have to be a pretty smart cookie to be the creative mind behind some of the biggest, most popular movies of the modern age. It stands to reason that if you can write a deep and gripping story set in a well developed world that spans universes, starring […]
The live-action Scooby Doo is now 15 years old. Originally, the filmmakers were going for a PG-13 rating, but after filming was completed and an early cut got an R-rating from the MPAA, Warner Bros. decided to turn the raunchy teen comedy into a movie for children. Show More Summary
James Gunn is the director of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, and he’s also a really funny guy. The 50-year-old filmmaker was contacted on Instagram by someone pretending to be Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios. “The other night some kid pretending to be Kevin Feige, the President of Marvel Studios, contacted me [...]
Figuring out the secrets behind the latest superhero movies is one of the internet's favourite past times. This week though, one Guardians of the Galaxy fan took things to a whole new level and paid the price by taking an epic troll. More »
Guardians of the Galaxy mastermind James Gunn took some time out of his day to troll someone who contacted him claiming to be Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige. Read what he sent back ahead.
We know "Guardians of the Galaxy" writer/director James Gunn's sense of humor is as rich as his love of '70s Golden Oldies, so when he heard from a guy with an obviously fake Instagram account for Marvel President Kevin Feige, he had...Show More Summary
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On the fifteenth anniversary of that comedy's release, James Gunn took to Facebook and posted a nostalgic memory-lane jog that revealed all sorts of fascinating trivia, none more eye-popping than the fact that the MPAA gave his first pass on Scooby-Doo, a family-friendly film, an R rating.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 director James Gunn decided to have some fun with a fake Kevin Feige Instagram account.
The plan was simple: Open an Instagram account under the name Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios and producer of a gazillion blockbusters, and begin messaging James Gunn, director of the fantastically popular “Guardians of theShow More Summary