Tony Goldwyn, Joshua Malina Want Jobs on ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ After ‘Scandal’ Ends

“I’ll work with you again ANY TIME,” director James Gunn tweets


As “Scandal” wraps up its final season, the ABC drama’s stars are left looking for new work. Enter: “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

Tony Goldwyn, at least, seems to have an open invitation to appear in another James Gunn movie after previously collaborating with the “Guardians” director on the 2016 horror movie “The Belko Experiment.”

“As you know, @tonygoldwyn, I’ll work with you again ANY TIME,” Gunn tweeted, retweeting a post from Goldwyn responding to a fan asking about his next projects. “Back at you @JamesGunn !!! Wait, was that an offer?” Goldwyn replied.

Joshua Malina also spent much of Friday — the last day “Scandal” spent in production — angling for another job on Twitter.

“I am super-emotional on this last day of #Scandal. And by ‘super-emotional’ I mean worried about money,” he tweeted, before jumping on Goldwyn and Gunn’s conversation: “I know each of you separately. By the Transitive Law, I demand a job.”

Malina also had another idea for his follow-up to “Scandal,” and it involves him playing yet another attorney general.

“If we accept that every tv series set in America inhabits the same universe, and each of these Americas has an Attorney General…” he wrote. “I’m saying there could be work for me.”

As one of his followers pointed out, Shondaland did just recently launch a new legal drama.

“Trying to get David Rosen involved…” Malina wrote.