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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 21 weeks ago

James Gunn Loves Comments How The Green Lantern Movie Sucks; Also Working With Nasa

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Seems Guardians of the Galaxy movie director James Gunn is doing his homework for the movie as he posted an update on his Facebook page that he consulted with NASA about the use of science in films.

Yesterday I spent a few hours with one of NASA's representatives from Jet Propulsion Laboratories, part of a group of scientists who consult the movie industry (for free) to help bring a greater understanding of science to films. It was an utterly fascinating few hours with one of the most intelligent and knowledgeable guys I've ever met. After we made our way through a ton of information on the possibilities of space travel, alien life, etc

Further down in the comments, Gunn also likes how some of his fans first mentioned how the Green Lantern movie sucks as they remark they are glad he is doing his homework for the movie as well.

I love that I post all of that and two of the first three comments are about how Green Lantern sucks.

The Guardians of the Galaxy movie has an August 1, 2014 release date and is directed by James Gunn.

Head on over to the Cosmic Book News Guardians of the Galaxy movie hub for news, images and more.

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