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Gunn posted a photo of himself, actor Vin Diesel and director James Wan at a going away party for Gunn ahead of a ten month stint in Atlanta for Gunn who will shoot the second 'Guardians' there from February next year.
He's going there early though as the production gets set to construct some massive sets for the follow-up. Gunn also says he aims to have some footage ready to show fans at next year's Comic-Con in July, but can't guarantee it.
Finally he's also offered some behind-the-scenes trivia and revealed that not all the Easter Eggs from the first film have been found, in fact: "No one has found the big one, really. Maybe once someone came close."
"@JamesGunn with #VinDiesel & @creepypuppet at my going away party last night! »
- Garth Franklin
Director James Gunn is always providing updates on his projects for the fans on his Facebook and Twitter pages. The director revealed back in April that principal photography on his highly-anticipated follow-up Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 won't begin until February 2016, but yesterday on his Facebook page, the director shared a photo of himself, Vin Diesel and James Wan from his going-away party, before he leaves for Atlanta to prep for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Here's what the filmmaker had to say below.
"Two Directors One Diesel, with Vin Diesel and James Wan at my going away party last night before I leave for Atlanta for ten months to shoot GotG Vol 2. One of the best times I've had in a while, with so many great friends. Thanks to all who came! - with Vin Diesel and James Wan."
The filmmaker also revealed in the comments section of his »
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