Without a doubt, Guardians of the Galaxy is one of Marvel\u2019s most successful movie franchise in the last few years. The first two movies in the series earned almost $1.7 billion on a budget of less than $500 million. With that said, it isn\u2019t surprising how a third movie has been commissioned. What is surprising is Disney\u2019s decision to fire James Gunn, the director of both movies.\r\n\r\nDisney fired James Gunn in July after an internet troll uncovered his earlier tweets joking about rape and pedophilia. Since then, Gunn\u2019s Guardians of the Galaxy cast and crewmates have spoken out about what has happened with the production of the franchise.\r\n\r\nRecently, Dave Bautista, the actor playing Drax, commented about the issue in his latest The Jonathan Ross Show appearance. During the interview, he lamented over what has happened to Gunn. He explains that he isn\u2019t happy with Disney\u2019s decision and if he was being incredibly honest, he doesn\u2019t want to work with them any longer:\r\n\r\n"Yeah, there\u2019s a bit of an issue. It\u2019s a bittersweet conversation. No, it's a bitter-bitter conversation because I\u2019m not really happy with what they\u2019ve done with James Gunn. They\u2019re putting the movie off - it\u2019s on hold indefinitely - and, to be honest with you, I don\u2019t know if I wanna work for Disney. You know, I've been very vocal about the way I feel, and I'm not afraid to admit how I feel."\r\n\r\nThis is not the first time a Guardians of the Galaxy cast member decided to speak about their feelings about James Gunn's firing. In July, Glenn Close, the actress who played Nova Prime, was cornered by TMZ and was asked about the issue. Close chose to be coy and spoke about the ills of being reckless on social media:\r\n\r\n"I think it would help if people on social media could envision themselves actually standing across, or sitting across from the people they're talking about. They might change what they put on social media."\r\n\r\nMore recently, Chris Pratt aka Star Lord himself, explained his side on the issue. He revealed that everybody in the cast and crew was going through a hard time. He, himself, found it hard to enjoy Comic Con in the light of the heavy news:\r\n\r\n\u201cI was a little shocked, like everybody. And it was crazy timing, with Comic-Con. \u2026 I love going to Comic-Con, but I ended up not doing a lot of interviews around that time, just because it was so shocking.\u201d\r\n\r\nIn the aftermath of the discovery, Gunn accepted Disney\u2019s decision in a tearful press released on Twitter. In the series of tweets, the director admitted to his faults and apologized to everyone he has offended:\r\n\r\n\u201cIn the past, I have apologized for humor of mine that hurt people. I truly felt sorry and meant every word of my apologies. For the record, when I made these shocking jokes, I wasn\u2019t living them out. I know this is a weird statement to make, and seems obvious, but, still, here I am, saying it. Anyway, that\u2019s the completely honest truth: I used to make a lot of offensive jokes. I don\u2019t anymore. I don\u2019t blame my past self for this, but I like myself more and feel like a more full human being and creator today. Love you to you all\u201d read a part of Gunn\u2019s apology.