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Everything Wrong With Guardians Of The Galaxy And A James Gunn Rebuttal Cinema Sins has put together an Everything Wrong With The Guardians Of The Galaxy video. These are always fun to watch, but this one seems a little nit-picky to me… and to James Gunn who actually addressed one of the things brought up in the clip.

Sometimes a studio will boast about something with no facts to back it up. In a recent Paramount press release, the studio touted that their “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” movie became the number one performing home entertainment title of 2014 based on the “highest ratio of disc sales to theatrical ticket sales for its first week of release.” How many units did it sell? What is that ratio? Compared to what exactly?

Photos: James Gunn’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Gifts Are Out of This World As the holiday season continues, one property that’s sure to be at the top of many lists is Guardians of the Galaxy. The Marvel Studios movie remains the highest grossing domestic film of the year, spawning a whole new legion of fans for the previously obscure characters. Some may get the Blu-ray, others a poster or action figure, but when you’re the director of the film, your level of gift gets significantly better. In the last few days, co-writer and director James Gunn has gotten some absolutely amazing Guardians of the Galaxy gifts.

'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Is Not a Prequel! I think James Gunn is getting a little tired of telling everyone how much the Guardians of the Galaxy films will not be leading up to The Avengers: Infinity War.Here he is taking about it again:"The last thing I said was something about how the Guardians, we really are mostly focused on creating the Guardians as their own separate universe, creating the cosmic side of the Marvel Universe. It isn’t all about leading towards Avengers.

Comic Strip: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Finishes its Victory Lap as Superman Cleans Up His Act ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie/TV news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. Th Continue reading…

James Gunn Explains Thanos’ Limited Role in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Thanos is simply larger than life.Director James Gunn had a dilemma on bringing Thanos for an appearance in “Guardians of the Galaxy.” With Ronan the Accuser being the Guardians’ primary adversary, Thanos shouldn’t overshadow the villainous role in the film.“You’re setting up this gigantic character that, in one way, isn’t really a part of your movie,” he explained to Vulture. “His presence doesn’t really serve being in Guardians, and having Thanos be in that scene was more helpful to the Marvel universe than it was to Guardians of the Galaxy.

Another hour, another announcement that "Boyhood" won a critics award. This time, it's the Detroit Film Critics Society, which also jumped on the recent Rosamund Pike bandwagon. One of the few categories "Boyhood" lost in was the ensemble field, which apparently yielded a three-way tie.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention

Marvel Studios In the coming weeks, there will be a lot of data about what movie moments we loved. Heck, we’ll probably publish some of it. The Most Tweeted About Movie Moment. The Most Commented Upon Scene. The Most Mentioned, Hashtaged and @Replied. Plenty of data to tell us what we love. Yet while we love to see the data and see what we’ve been talking about all year, sometimes we movie lovers must look into our hearts and find those precious movie moments that we can’t get out of our heads.

This week: Michael Bay does Turtles, Woody Allen's misguided Moonlight, and a sensational second season of The Americans. ► Existing purely for nostalgia, the new TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES is exactly what you think a Michael Bay-produced TMNT movie would be: Cold, over-the-top, sterile to the point even kids might get bored. A CGI pillowcase... Read More...

San Francisco critics go with staples: 'Boyhood,' Linklater, Keaton, Moore Also announcing awards Sunday was the San Francisco Film Critics Circle. Staples of the season were awarded: Richard Linklater, Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore, Edward Norton, Patricia Arquette, etc. And "Boyhood" was crowned the year's best film.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/in-contention

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