"At the end of the day, the thing I know the most, is that they were jokes, and this harsh, rash decision to fire him empowered some disgusting, awful people", Bautista said, adding about the backlash he himself got: "It was draining". This comes via Deadline, which has confirmed it with Gunn and Marvel's camp.
After the firing, Walt Disney Studios president Alan Horn met with Gunn on multiple occasions to discuss the situation. Unlike the defensive attitude shown by Kevin Hart which cost him to skip hosting the Oscars this year, Gunn fell on the sword early but never lashed out on Disney.
Gunn apologized for the tweets, which he called "unfortunate efforts to be provocative".
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Gunn offered a statement Friday, thanking his fans for their continued support.
"It's not to say I'm better, but I am very, very different than I was a few years ago; today I try to root my work in love and connection and less in anger".
In his first tweet since he was sacked in July 2018, Gunn shared a message on the heels of his being hired once again by Marvel Studios. If you'll recall, Gunn was forced to vacate his seat when Internet hounds discovered a bunch of controversial Tweets assigned to his name. The "Guardians" cast, including Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel and other stars, supported Gunn in an open letter.
The film was previously said to have a 2020 release date, but there has not yet been an announcement for when the movie will instead begin production or debut.