Long in development, Guardians of the Universe Director James Gunn’s relationship with the MCU threequel has gone up and down a bit (to put it lightly). At one point, the filmmaker was fired from the project over tweets he’d posted nearly a decade earlier, but even with all the dithering and delay, Gunn has now assured fans of the franchise that his plans deviate little from his original idea. Gunn was recently asked if he should adapt the script for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 because of the production problems, to which he replied …
‘No, not much. Most of the adjustments were creative choices. The Guardians ‘path has been fixed for a long time.’
James Gunn have confidence in his plans for the third film in the Guardians of the Universe franchise, and that he doesn’t have to change anything to accommodate the various delays, should assure fans that the director will finish his trilogy as he always intended, and the interstellar adventures of Star-Lord and his crew to a satisfying conclusion that should follow beautifully from the previous episodes.
This is of course great news for that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3Gunn had some bad news recently, revealing that the third film will likely be the last he directs. “I plan for it to be my last,” Gunn said on social media when asked if he intended to move beyond volume 3.
While details of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Staying under lock and key in the Marvel vault, Gunn as previously revealed some clues as to the direction of the story, stating that Bradley Cooper’s Rocket Racoon will be heavily involved in it. “I’ll just say that Rocket is a big part of what’s going to happen in the future – and a lot of things like this (like the scars we’re going to see on his back) determine what I’ve been planning for Rocket all along,” The director revealed last year. Gunn gave a little more insight into the hero a while later, saying that Rocket’s loneliness is central not only to the character, but also to the entire character. Guardians of the Universe franchise. “Some of the cybernetics has apparently been painfully put into his body. One of my favorite moments in the movie. Rocket’s loneliness and dissatisfaction are central to the franchise for me,” said Gunn.
While Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 arguably James Gunn’s last foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the director is far from finished with the comic book genre. The director travels across the world of DC for The Suicide Squad, which finds the titular team sent to destroy a Nazi-era prison and laboratory to be released on August 6.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 recently got a summer date of May 5, 2023, courtesy of Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 sizzle reel, which teased all sorts of things, including footage from Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and confirmation that Fantastic four will be the last movie in this particular MCU stage.
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