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After his recent interview with Billboard.com, Travolta will get a chance to learn a thing or two from James Gunn, the director of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” Gunn tells THR he is looking forward to the upcoming superhero sequel, which also stars Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Lee Pace, Karen Gillan and Glenn Close.
“It’s so amazing to see someone on the big screen who has a whole different perspective of the world,” Gunn said. “You can see things from his eyes that you can’t see from anyone else’s.”
For his last film, “The World’s End,” Gunn also teamed up with Saldana. In the film, Saldana played the titular character who was killed on screen.
“I was just talking about it [with James], and I was still working with Zoe when I saw the script that he wrote,” Saldana said. “And he said that they were going to do the exact same thing with me. I thought it was brilliant. That was my last, final shot. And my character ended up becoming the protagonist of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.’ It was really exciting, and I’m really looking forward to meeting them again, because I think that [director James Gunn] will be really cool.”
Gunn also spoke on his experience working on the animated film “Kong: Skull Island,” which is being released later this year. He explains how he got cast as a zombie.
“I came to LA and started working on this, and I got offered two different things for the day, which were this movie ‘Kong: Skull Island’ and this movie ‘The World’s End,’ and I’m sitting there, and I had done a lot of this [Kong] stuff in a little over two years,” Gunn said. “When the studio [Universal Pictures] started making all these movies where they would be on every screen and there’s zombies all over the place … we had to decide if one of those things would be like, ‘Oh, we might have a zombie movie, that’s kind of an animal.’ But it wasn’t, because the more I worked for [‘Pacific Rim 2’ director Guillermo Del Toro] and I was like, ‘Guillermo … just let me do it. I think I can
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