James Gunn, the director of Guardians of the Galaxy, has confirmed a fan theory about a hidden F-bomb in the sequel''s initial release.
The famous Groot''s language ''Grootish'', which is written by Vin Diesel, is much more complicated than it sounds, with only a few people understanding the meaning behind the famous words: "I am Groot."
A bird-wonderful fan took to Twitter to decipher some of the graffiti on the teenage Groot''s wall, utilizing an MCU translator, and discovering that it actually reads as a "f**k you."
Gunn reacted to the tweet, declaring, "Adolescent Groot certainly has a whiffy mouth."
Groot, who is 17 years old, has a sweet tooth. https://t.co/2Otcx6QEkz
This isn''t a simple one off, however. Back in 2020, Gunn uncovered Groot''s language and revealed that he is frequently dropping F-bombs, such as when Rocket criticized Groot''s language in Vol 2.
The filmmaker apologises for the "Welcome to the frickin'' Guardians of the Galaxy" moment for Groot.
Rocket''s "We''re going to need to have a serious talk about your language," Gunn said. The speech was filmed with expletives and even animated. The issue blew up on Reddit and led to calls to #ReleasetheF**kCut.
The film for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 was finished last month, and it will be released in May of next year, so fans should be prepared to get on the lookout for some extra Groot F-bombs.
Gunn wrote in an emotional Instagram post about the filming end: "After over 100 days of shooting and over 3000 shots, this is the focus for the last shot of #GotGVol3, which was presented to me by the camera crew.
"It was a simple shot of Rocket sitting, with @thejudgegunn, and then nothing there, and took everything in me not to break down sobbing on the spot."
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will be released on Disney+ later this year, and then Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 will be released on May 5, 2023.