While it has been reported that Disney will never rehire James Gunn ever again, now it's said various movie studios and top producers would work with the director.
Multiple sources told the news outlet Gunn is stuck in "complicated negotiations with Disney over his exit settlement", and that Disney's plans to use his script is playing a role in that. One of the major studios includes Warner Bros., which has poached filmmakers from Marvel before to help shepherd its struggling DC Extended Universe. That is a huge vote of confidence, however it is not entirely surprising since most in the industry who know Gunn have come to his defense, unlike the studio he helmed a billion dollar-grossing franchise for.
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The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that despite the unearthing of controversial and inappropriate tweets which gave way to Disney firing James Gunn from the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise at Marvel Studios, the director is still being sought after to work on big projects at rival studios. Gunn had made distasteful jokes online years ago that were unearthed, prompting Disney to end their working relationship.
Yet the most tantalizing aspect of this anonymously sourced information from THR is that there is allegedly still some murmurs that a reconciliation between Gunn and the House of Mickey could be reached.
Avengers and Guardians star Dave Bautist has been highly vocal in his support for Gunna nd his disgust overteh way Disney has handled teh situation.
Read the Den of Geek SDCC 2018 Special Edition Magazine Here! The studio pointed to past tweets of Gunn's, in which the filmmaker made light of sensitive topics including rape and pedophilia, that conservative media personalities dug up and brought back into the spotlight as grounds to fire him. No director is attached.
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