The actor, who was seen in the second part of the Guardians of the Galaxy series, has joined the group of people who want the resignation of director James Gunn is rolled back.
Kurt Russell has joined the row of stars attached which is the record for the dismissed Guardians of the Galaxy-director James Gunn. The 67-year-old actor thinks that Hollywood has blown in the take into account everyone’s feelings.
Kurt, who was to be seen in the second part of Guardians of the Galaxy, mentions the dismissal of Gunn sad. At the same time, he understands the decision of Disney to do this in the current climate. “But I do think we a bit too sensitive at perhaps the wrong people”, says Russell against Variety.
“You have to understand that when you’re a comedian or a writer, that you always the boundaries in your quest for something that the world loves, which in this case Guardians of the Galaxy”, is the friend of Goldie Hawn further. “He has a wonderful heart and a beautiful creative spirit. I hope that he is forgiven.”
Gunn was last week fired by Disney for the script of the third part of the successful Guardians of the Galaxy-series as a result of ten-year-old tweets, in which he, among more jokes made about pedoseksuelen and rape. The old jokes were dredged up by a conservative website. The director is known as a critic of the American president Donald Trump.
Gunn made his excuses and the Guardians of the Galaxy cast and a number of other stars like Selma Blair got behind the director. So asks the cast of the Marvel movies in an open letter to Disney to resign to turn back. Also is there an online petition set up for this purpose.