: Yeah Nathan as Rich didn't make sense unless
: they were really aging him up, which I also
: would have been okay with. I don't need a
: carbon copy of the comic up of screen.
: Though it would have been a bit wierd.
: Still he's a good guy and I like seeing him
: in stuff. Nathan as the Worldmind or Adam
: would be interesting. He usually more jekey
: sarcastic roles.
: --Previous Message--
: This is where I read about Zac Efron being
: handed a Marvel scrip:
: The reporter doesn't know what role who he
: will play, we just know a script was given
: to him.
: I have high hopes that it is the Richard
: Rider role in an end-credit scene to
: --Previous Message--
: GotG director James Gunn had had said in
: twitter account that Nathan Fillion is not
: playing Richard Rider in GotG movie.
: He wrote, "The rumors of my pal
: @NathanFillion playing Nova in
: #guardiansofthegalaxy have been greatly (and
: entirely) exaggerated. Sorry, humans."
: However, he did not state that Richard Rider
: is not going to be in the post credit of the
: GotG movie. So there is still a chance
: Richard will be feature in the post credit.
: Nor did he deny that Fillion will not be
: feature in the post credit. Maybe Fillion
: will play Adam Warlock, be the voice of the
: Worldmind, Zorr thereby setting Richard
: Rider's origin story, or Jesse Alexander,
: father of Sam Alexander?
: As stated by Guardian Outlaw, Marvel did
: give a script to Zac Efron. So Zac could be
: the one to play Richard Rider.
: Also, check out this articfle that states
: the reasons why all the rumors about Fillion
: playing Richard Rider is false.
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