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James Gunn Reveals This Sequence in Guardians of the Galaxy Was a Nightmare to Shoot – Here’s Why!

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James Gunn Reveals This Sequence in Guardians of the Galaxy Was a Nightmare to Shoot - Here's Why!

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James Gunn is busy discussing his first Marvel undertaking, Guardians of the Galaxy, six years after its launch. Throughout his current Quarantine Watch Social gathering, the director replied to a number of fan queries followers about GotG and a few of his explanations, had been, properly… startling. Like for instance the one situation Marvel had after they employed him to pen the script and direct the Guardians film. Additionally why the scene the place Peter Quill aka Star Lord saves Gamora within the area was a nightmare to shoot.

Keep in mind the scene when Chris Pratt dives into the area to save lots of an unconscious Gamora? The one when they attempt to escape from Knowhere advert Gamora is blasted in area by Nebula? Properly, that scene was technically shot underwater. When a twitter person requested Gunn to verify his ‘underwater principle’ contemplating the hair circulation and bubbles on the face, the director had an affirmative reply. James Gunn Picks a Marvel Character He’d Wish to Quarantine With and We Assume It is a Good Selection.

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Nonetheless, he later revealed why it was an enormous mistake. “It was merely a nightmare as a result of taking pictures it underwater brought about 1,000,000 bubbles to look all around the actors & regardless of how clear the water is there’s nonetheless a haze. So getting the consequences to the place I needed them with VFX supervisor @stefceretti was troublesome,” Gunn defined. The scene was shot superbly however Gunn was impressed with its technical facet. We get it. 

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