thejudgegunn

Sean Gunn

Sean Gunn is a human person. He is currently alive.

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I do not want to fly on an aeroplane. #caturday #catsofinstagram #thebusiness #thomashearns
One of the most badass of all the badass people I know, @missjudygreer has directed her first feature. Everyone knows her talent, but she is also the best friend anyone could ever ask for. I’ve been blown away by her intelligence, wit, and moxie for 25 years. And now this. Awesome.
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#Repost @themichaelrosenbaum with @get_repost ・・・ My good pal @thejudgegunn boring me on the way to @fandemictour - love ya Sean but come on. #gotg @guardiansofthegalaxy #martinex #kraglin
My old friend @narcissusholmes shared the photo he uses for my contact in his phone. #nailedit 🎯
Hay there.
Me and this guy. #baboonurday
I’m very proud to be associated with the fine people of @acalltomen. Our fundraiser on Saturday helped raise $40K in the fight to promote gender equality and end domestic violence. Check out the link in my bio for more info on the good work they do. 📸: @paytonitforward
It goes without saying that I love and support my brother James and I’m quite proud of how kind, generous, and compassionate he is with all the people in his life. Since he was a kid, it was clear he had a desire (maybe destiny) to be an artist, tell stories, find his voice through comics, films, his band. The struggle to find that voice was sometimes clunky, misguided, or downright stupid, and sometimes wonderful, moving, and hilarious. Since devoting his entire life to the Guardians movies and MCU six years ago, I’ve seen him channel that voice into his work and seen him transform from the guy who made up things to shock people. I saw firsthand as he went from worrying about “softening his edge” for a larger audience to realizing that this “edge” wasn’t as useful of a tool as he thought it was. That his gift for storytelling was something better. I saw that he was more open-hearted than the guy who thought he needed to get a rise out of people by making nasty or offensive jokes (or whatever you choose to call them—I don’t think his bluer material was ever his funniest and neither does Mom). And the best part is, this change in my brother was reflected in the change that the Guardians go through. I’ve heard my brother say many times that when Quill rallies the team with “this is our chance to give a shit”—to care—that it’s the pep talk he himself needed to hear. It’s part of what made working on the Guardians movies such a rewarding experience for the cast. We managed to find ourselves involved in a big-budget superhero movie that was, at its core, deeply personal. That’s a gift. And that’s why it’s good. This isn’t new information, by the way. It’s all stuff that James has explained many times in interviews, in more detail and more eloquently. It’s not some new spin. It’s always been part of this story. So I guess my hope is that fans continue to watch and appreciate the Guardians movies, not despite the fact that the filmmaker used to be kind of a jackass, but because of it. They are, after all, movies about discovering your best self. Working on those movies made my brother a better person, and they made me one too. I’ll always be proud of that. Peace.
Pulled my kayak over to ask this duck for directions. He advised me to go downstream.
If you’re worried about the state of journalism, rest assured that HLN is leading the way with important news.
“I could look at this all day.” #thebusiness #catsofinstagram
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