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James Gunn Responds to North Korean Hackers, Refuses to Put Kim Jong Un in His Next Movie

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In an image just posted on Facebook, the Guardians of the Galaxy director has exclusively revealed that, in response to the North Korean hacking of Sony and cancellation of the release of The Interview, he has formally removed Kim Jong Un from contention to be Peter Quill’s father in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

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It might legitimately hurt Kim’s feelings. I’m not even kidding. The dictator has never exactly shown a penchant for irony.

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