James Gunn Plans One Final Rodeo with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Few Marvel films carry a distinctive mark of his filmmaker as does the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise under James Gunn. The choice of music, offbeat humor and attention to personal issues in the epic context of space are all elements introduced by Gunn into a film that was of interest to few people at first. But Gunn managed to turn the Guardians into a hit series and after two films, he now revealed that he wanted to return to the franchise for the last time.
The subject was raised. on Instagram, where James Gunn was part of a ticket celebrating the diversity of directors who worked on the MCU. When a filmmaker asked the filmmaker how many Guardians films he planned to make, Gunn replied with a simple "1 more".
So it seems that Gunn is ready to say goodbye to the world of Guardians of the Galaxy and look for his achievement elsewhere. Certainly, the request of the talented filmmaker is not lacking, since DC Comics, his rival rival, has already hired Gunn to lead the sequel to Suicide Squad. This is part of the proud tradition of Marvel and DC to seize the best comic artists and artists for their own comics.
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Given the turbulent story of Gunn with Disney, he No wonder he plans to move to other studios. The mouse empire recently fired Gunn, while some offensive tweets that the filmmaker had made a decade ago surfaced online. It took the combined support of Marvel fans to Gunn and all of the movie's actors to finally force Disney to recap and rehire him. It would not be surprising if Gunn was still hurt by this incident and ready to leave with the MCU.
On the other hand, Gunn, a self-styled comic book fan, might find it pointless to turn his back on a franchise that he helped get started, and a cinematic world that he He knows very well. Even though he is short of stories to tell about the Guardians there are many other heroes and villains in the MCU who could benefit from a little bit of gunnification.
For now, Gunn. he is fully committed to complete his work on the following Suicide Squad and The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 . The last of the two films will see the Guardians handle the fallout of Avengers: Endgame and possibly track down the Gamora of the past, which is now part of the current schedule. There is also Thor's question, and he's one way or another in the story, given the fact that he's been seen for the last time aboard their ship.
The amount of loss suffered by the god of thunder in recent times confers to him might be therapeutic for him to spend some time with a group of heroes who attach such importance to family ties, and jokes between Thor and Starlord are certainly one of the highlights of this scenario. ComicBook.com.