I'm not. It's James Gunn's project. He was the creative force that drove the whole thing.
It was but I think that was a detriment in places. There was no one to reign in his more stupid humor, especially in the second movie.
Couldn't agree more.Posts like this are so needlessly toxic and hateful.
Really disappointed in this thread. A group of fans did something that meant a lot to them on behalf of someone who got screwed over by a Neo-Nazi smear campaign.
But sure, those fans are "sad" and "pathetic."
One billboard and it's being compared to some who wish to fund an entire film that attempts to erase another out of existence.
So you take issue with that and not the joking about the Snyder Cut nonsense in the same post? Because it’s not hard to put one and one together and see it’s about overzealous fanatics having a sense of entitlement over these things. Unless you’re one of the dudes who donated to this dumb thing, or for some reason feel attacked, it’s not directed at you or rational Marvel fans.One billboard and it's being compared to some who wish to fund an entire film that attempts to erase another out of existence.
I know people like to jump on board some comic book movie fanboy bandwagons like it's the new console wars, but how does this comparison make any sense?
Jeff’s situation is interesting because he didn’t exactly return to Gamespot, but I believe the parent company bought Giant Bomb. So there’s a degree of autonomy there and he’s still the boss, acting independently. I suppose a comparable situation is if Gunn’s production company is bought by Disney (I’m assuming he has a production company because of that one annoucement from SDCC that got pulled, and everyone has them these days). Who knows.This is stupid. If I got fired from a job for a bullshit reason and was asked to come back I never would. No matter how nice or enjoyable it was the experience has been ruined and can never been fixed unless was there a full change of management. Similar to Jeff Gerstmann with CBS.