The first “nonsense” from Marvel Studios is heard in Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3, directed by James Gunn.
Hollywood films aimed at younger audiences usually do not contain any actual profanity, as this increases the age limit in the United States. Released this spring, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has the distinction of being the first Marvel Studios film to hear the word “bullshit.”
Guardians director James Gunn says in an interview that he was given the honor. However, before them, Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo could have done it, but they lost their nerve in the end.
“Kevin Feige told me that the Russo brothers had one in Endgame at one point, and it got a lot of praise, but in the end they didn’t want to leave it as a legacy. So Kevin told me that if I ever wanted to do that kind of Want to leave a legacy, so be it. I was like, If you’re trying to scare me like that, it’s going to be wrong, because it’s a direct provocation. And he laughed himself,” explains Gunn.
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@joedotie is the first #fbomb in the #MCU in #GOTG3 and writer/director #JamesGunn ♬ original sound – JOE.ie
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