Disney's censored joke from the movie Guardians of the Galaxy

Director James Gunn has explained what was the joke he wanted to include in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) and that Disney did not allow him.

James Gunn he gained international fame when he released the movie Guardians of the Galaxy, especially for that mixture of humor and action that viewers around the world liked so much. He also managed to get some little-known characters from the Marvel became the most loved and popular.

Now James Gunn has shared a joke that he could not include in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy because Disney censored it. The director is famous for answering fans on social networks and when asked if he remembered any phrase from the film that had been removed, he replied:

“Twice, once in Slither and once in Guardians of the Galaxy, I brought out something I really didn't want. But I did it as a form of compromise, because the studies had been very good in allowing me to get away with it. ”

The phrase from Guardians of the Galaxy was as follows:

Peter Quill: I come from a planet of outlaws, Billy the Kid, Bonnie & Clyde, John Stamos.
Drax: It sounds like a place I'd like to visit.
Peter Quill: Great.
Drax: And kill a lot of people there.

This is the conversation in the film:

In Guardians of the Galaxy, the picturesque group after escaping from prison, head to the Wisdom station, formed on the severed head of a celestial. There Gamora explains that it is quite a dangerous place, something that Star Lord / Peter Quill it does not impress him, as it lists some bandits from Earth.

Peter Quill: I come from a planet of outlaws, Billy the Kid, Bonnie & Clyde, John Stamos (Al Capone in the Spanish version).
Drax: It sounds like a place I'd like to visit.
Peter Quill: Yes, you should.

As we can see they removed the last sentence of Drax, where he made it quite clear that he wanted to kill people on Earth. But it looks like Disney didn't approve it and we couldn't see it in the final Guardians of the Galaxy montage.

Curiously the only time that Drax has visited Earth has been in Avengers: Endgame and there he ended up with many members of the army of Thanos. Although probably when James Gunn wrote the script for Guardians of the Galaxy I didn't know that would happen.

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