Michael Rooker On The Future Of The GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Franchise
Revealing that director James Gunn told him not to turn to the comics for research, The Walking Dead's Michael Rooker shares his thoughts on the Guardians of the Galaxy script and seems to indicate that there have at least been discussions of future instalments in the franchise.
Talking to Superhero Hype, Michael Rooker has hinted not only at some changes being made to the character of 'Yondu' for James Gunn's big screen adaptation of , but also hinted that there could be plans for more instalments of the franchise (hardly a surprise if this one is a success). "When I first got the role of Yondu, [director James] Gunn was like, 'Don't read any of the comics!' but It's beautiful stuff. Whenever you do a film of comic book characters and stuff you don't know how much you can show, you don't know how much is going to be brought out. Nowadays movies are done and they already have two or three others planned out. So stuff you do in this one, you ask "Why aren't we doing this?" and they say, "Well be patient!" What do you guys think of these comments? Be sure to sound off with your thoughts and feelings below!
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