Unhealthy information for Drax followers: Dave Bautista won’t be coming again to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Throughout an interview on “The Jonathan Ross Present,” Bautista remained open and sincere about his emotions on Disney and the way they fired “Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn after controversial tweets surfaced.
Bautista continues to defend the director and when the British discuss present host requested about the way forward for his involvement within the franchise, particularly the third installment, he stated, “It’s a bittersweet dialog — um, no, it’s a bitter-bitter dialog, as a result of I’m probably not proud of what they’ve carried out with James Gunn.”
“They’re placing the film off,” he added. “It’s on maintain indefinitely. To be sincere with you, I don’t know if I need to work for Disney.”
Kevin Hart, who was additionally a visitor on the present, jokingly chimed in, “I’ll let you know what … I don’t need to be right here when [he] will get upset, so I counsel we alter the topic.”
This shouldn’t be a shock as Bautista hasn’t been shy about his emotions. He has come after Disney quite a few occasions, saying that it has been “fairly nauseating” to work for the Mouse Home. “I’m not afraid to confess the best way I really feel,” he stated on the discuss present.
Ross identified, “That’s fairly uncommon in Hollywood.”
“I don’t suppose I’m your typical Hollywood man,” Bautista responded.
As Bautista stated, a small crew that was assembled for pre-production in Atlanta on “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. three” have been dismissed within the wake of Gunn’s firing.
Maybe it might be simple for Bautista to bow out since his character was one of many many victims of Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet snap on the finish of “Avengers: Infinity Warfare.”
Nonetheless, if he does depart the franchise, it might be a significant loss as Drax is definitely a fan favourite … and the Guardians wouldn’t be the identical with out him.