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It’s no secret that the MCU often uses comedy in their movies as a way to unwind during serious, tense superhero moments. However, not all gags stand the test of time. James Gunn .
On Twitter, @DRileyamusing asked Gunn to keep the “Invisible Drax” gag going. guardians of the galaxy moviesFor context, the gag was first seen in Avengers: Infinity War In a scene in which Star-Lord and Gamora have a private conversation. So he claims to be “invincible”.
It was the gag that relieved the tension, but it was also something Gunn regretted adding to the film. He replied via his quoted tweet, stating, “I almost regret joking in the first place.”
Gunn said that as a director, he would hear jokes “over and over” during filming, which could explain why he reconsiders the gag. I compared the interviews and their feelings.
Despite his recent ‘regrets’, Gunn is still all for the idea of comedy being included in ‘serious movies’, as he believes The humor shouldn’t detract from the seriousness of the film.
Gunn announced to return to MCU to direct next Guardian and Galaxy The movie after he received a wave of support After being fired by Kevin Feige for past tweetsDespite Gunn’s involvement in the MCU, he also claimed to be in the dark about the MCU’s timeline and where his movies are. We’ll only know after Feige announces them.
Guardians of the Galaxy: Holiday Special Scheduled to be released in December 2022 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 It is scheduled to appear in 2023.
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