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    Kurt Russell Violated A Cardinal Sin At Marvel Studio

    By Monojit

    Actor Kurt Russell says that he has committed a crime on the sets of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 by taking his selfie and sending it to his family wearing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 costume.

    The 66-year-old actor violated the Marvel rule of 'no clicking the photos on the sets', framed to avoid any possible leaks. However, Kurt Russel was so impressed by his make-up and look created by Dennis Liddiard, the make-up artist that he could not resist to click some pictures.

    Kurt Russell

    Afterwards, Russel also sent those pictures to his wife and actress Goldie Hawn and his children.

    "I violated a cardinal sin because, at Marvel, they really hold things close to the vest. For instance, I didn't know my character's name was Ego the Living Planet for the three weeks I was shooting," Said Kurt Russell.

    Russel also said that though he had sent those pictures to his family he made it sure to inform them not to leak them in public.

    "Anyway, I saw this and I had to, I took a picture, and I sent it to Goldie and the kids and said, 'If you show this to anybody, I'll be dead tomorrow, so you have to not do that! But look at this," the actor added further.

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