Glenn Howerton was James Gunn’s second choice to play Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy and it ‘still hurts’Glenn was very close to being cast in the MCU (Picture: Rex)A Marvel Cinematic Universe/It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia crossover is never something we imagined, but it turns out it came pretty close to happening.Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has revealed Glenn Howerton was painfully close to being cast as Peter Quill/Star-Lord, a role that eventually went to Chris Pratt.The actor is best known for playing the egotistical sociopath Dennis Reynolds on It’s Always Sunny
- Mark Ormrod, 37, from Plymouth, had planned to raise £5,000 for REORG and was surprised to find the total at £56,000 over the weekend after a video of him falling over as he trained went viral.
- The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, was transferred to St Bartholomew's Hospital in London for 'testing and observation for a pre-existing heart condition'.
- Raymond Zhai, a criminal defence lawyer from Sydney , has successfully defended murderers and drug suppliers throughout his decade-long career.
- In January the Queensland Premier visited struggling tourism businesses in Cairns and asked the federal government to extend the payment beyond March 28.
- Newly released CCTV footage shows the moment patrons fled to avoid a 4WD driven through the front doors of a Darwin brew pub in early December.
- Ministers will only commit to providing 'at least' £87million to war-torn Yemen this year. This figure has been dramatically slashed from the £214million that was provided last year.
- A talented drone pilot has captured an amazing sequence of footage showing a menacing great white shark hunting a stingray at a popular tourist beach in New South Wales.
- Radical proposals to allow weddings at home, on cruise ships or on a British beach have been condemned by the Church of England as it would lead to 'over-commercialised' ceremonies.
- Skin-crawling close-up footage has been captured in Sydney showing a huge huntsman spider carefully weaving an egg sac.
- The Commando was granted an AVO against former personal training client Jun 'Margaret' Yue in October after he claimed she began crossing the boundaries of a normal client-trainer relationship.
- Jane Slater kicked a hornet's nest on Monday morning with her offer on Twitter of an unpaid internship for broadcast journalists. Some said it was helpful, while others said it was elitist.
- The 73-year-old Utah senator joked about his injuries on Monday at the U.S. Capitol, laughingly claiming they were the result of a weekend trip to CPAC - where he was Trump's adversary.
Progress of women in the workplace has started to REVERSE as a result of pandemic, research suggestsThe effects of coronavirus are a 'shecession' as they have been more likely to lose their jobs or be furloughed, a study by PwC said.
- Former Bank of England economist Dean Buckner said widespread mortgage defaults due to cladding could spark a Northern Rock-style run on the banks.
Mom-of-five nurse, 45, is shot dead in her front yard in murder-suicide by her 46-year-old boyfriendKristen Slack, 45, who was a nurse from San Antonio, Texas was shot dead. Her boyfriend, Todd Danhof, 46, killed her on Saturday morning. Slack's body was found on the front lawn of a home in Shertz, Texas.
- The sister worked at the fast food chain's restaurant in Botany Downs in Auckland's eastern suburbs on February 22 and 23 three days before testing positive for Covid-19.
- Matt Hancock hailed 'exciting'data showing that just one shot of either the Oxford/AstraZeneca or Pfizer jab offers dramatic protection against severe disease in older people.
- via mirror.co.ukPrince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah will be aired on CBS in six days time after producers refused to pull it irrespective of Prince’s Philip’s condition
- Like many others in 1930s Britain, Henry Channon was terrified of communism and thought Hitler was the one man who could save Europe from Stalin.
- Pauline Menczer, 50, was only given a broken trophy when she claimed the world champion position on the early women's surfing tour almost three decades ago.
- Andrea Jenelle Johnston, 45, from the Sunshine Coast, had failed to pay the large amount back to her 23-year-old daughter who lost her father in 2009.
- The photo was taken on the Sunshine Coast in Little Mountain, Queensland shortly after the captured yellow-faced whip snake was set free.
- Road bosses announced plans yesterday to include smart motorways in the Highway Code. But relatives of those killed on the controversial routes criticised Highways England for the delay.
- Alison Garcia-Hernandez, 64, used skills she had learned as a magician's assistant to free her hand after she was set upon by her 'Jekyll and Hyde' partner Juan Hernandez, 66.
- Sydney rapper Fleks City, real name Torian Agnew, took to social media to claim he was 'wasted drunk' at the time he launched into a racist tirade against Asian train commuters.
- The automotive industry is begging for patience from frustrated car owners who are waiting months to get their cars repaired and it's all because Covid threw the global supply chain into chaos.
- Fuel is set to reach average highs of 153 cents a litre following an increased demand due to the easing of restrictions and the Covid vaccine rollout.
- Rishi Sunak, who will unveil the Help to Grow scheme tomorrow, said he wanted more business people to benefit from professional management advice.
- Sir Kazuo, 66, said they were avoiding writing from viewpoints outside their own immediate experiences for fear of being cancelled by an 'anonymous lynch mob' online.
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