After succeeding with 2 Guardians of the Galaxy films, James Gunn was fired from Marvel and went to DC Comics. This is how Kevin Feige reacted.
After some old tweets from James Gunn, Disney decided to fire him deadly. It was then that Warner Bros made him a tempting offer, since he could choose any property of DC Comics to make a movie. He decided to make a new installment of Suicide Squad. Time passed and Disney reconsidered and rehired him to finish his trilogy with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3. Now we know how he lived Kevin Feige Boss Marvel studios all that process.
This is how James Gunn himself explains it: “I discussed the situation with Kevin Feige before I took the job and he was very kind and supportive. It is always. I just wanted him to make a good movie. He and Lou D’Esposito even came to visit the set and watched us film. There is no enmity behind the scenes like there is in the fan community. "
Suicide Squad and Guardians of the Galaxy, similar but different movies.
It is clear that the director James Gunn has a peculiar way of making movies where action and humor are mixed in equal parts. TO Guardians of the Galaxy That style suited him very well, since they were little-known characters from the comics who lived space adventures. Something similar to what you will do with Suicide Squad They have already mentioned that it will be much more fun, hooligan and big than the Marvel installments. Kevin Feige he knows perfectly well that comparisons will be hateful and in this case the UCM may lose out.
Although with so many new deliveries pending to release and with the issue of Coronaviurs tormenting executives like Kevin Feige, it would be a good idea to reduce the friction between Marvel and DC Comics fans, so that everyone is satisfied.
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