Guardians of the Galaxy GOTG – Gunn Praises Diesel’s Performance As Groot written by Sean Gerber June 13, 2014 Director James Gunn has not been the least bit shy in telling the world how proud he is of his GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY cast and crew. One of the highlights has been Vin Diesel’s work as Groot, the arboreal humanoid of few words. Check out what Gunn had to say about Diesel as the actor had just finished his final recording session for the film. Post by James Gunn. GOTG – Gunn Praises Diesel’s Performance As Groot was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Guardians of the GalaxyMarvelMarvel Cinematic Universe 2 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post STAR-LORD Takes Center Stage In GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Poster! next post Report- Jason Momoa Will Play Aquaman In BATMAN V SUPERMAN You may also like GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: Vin Diesel Is... July 31, 2014 Vin Diesel to Meet with Marvel June 26, 2013 Get Away With GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY! July 3, 2014 Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Available Today... November 18, 2014 Rocket & Groot Team Up In GUARDIANS... June 9, 2014 Will ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ be Marvel’s... June 28, 2012 GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Extended Sneak Peek... July 4, 2014 Brilliant Concept Art Offers Our First Look... July 14, 2016 Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY- Garb &... August 8, 2014 New GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Poster Today,... May 16, 2014 texvor I’m more than convinced that the regular joe public will latch onto Groot than they will Rocket. Especially after seeing that second trailer. Rob Ó Conchúir This comes as no surprise to me – despite being best known for action movies, Vin Diesel is secretly an actor’s actor who is dedicated to the craft and who has the stage experience and independent movies to prove it. When it comes to voice-performances, his work in ‘The Iron Giant’ is no less than magnificent – find me someone who doesn’t cry at the end when he says ‘Sooopermannn’ :’-) Can’t wait to ‘hear’ him in this.