The coronavirus outbreak has led to an unexpected shortage of toilet paper for reasons which aren’t entirely clear. However, with people clearly concerned that they’re going to be stuck indoors, it’s become an essential item, especially with many countries locked down or social distancing guidelines put in place by local government bodies.
In the case of Guardians of the Galaxy and The Suicide Squad director James Gunn, he’s been forced to use joke toilet paper he purchased a number of years ago with Michael Rooker’s face printed on it!
Rooker is close friends with Gunn, and they’ve worked together on everything from Slither to The Belko Experiment. Their most famous partnership, however, came when The Walking Dead actor starred as the charismatic Yondu Udonta in Guardians of the Galaxy and its sequel.
Rumor has it Rooker is going to appear in The Suicide Squad, presumably in a cameo role of some sort.
It’s fun seeing what Gunn is being forced to do during this crisis, and a social media post like this is infinitely more effective at bringing a smile to people’s faces than a cringey A-List sing-a-long!
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I bought a bunch of these rolls of toilet paper as a joke when Rooker came over for Christmas a couple years ago – I put them in all the bathrooms of the house. I never thought we were actually going to have to use them, but here we are. 😞 pic.twitter.com/0vC1q3CsO3
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) March 25, 2020