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According To James Gunn, This Version Of The ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Is Almost Thru

With things up in the air the way they are after the events of Avengers: Infinity War, we’re not quite sure how things are going to play out in terms of the films that are currently on the horizon. One of those films, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, is scheduled to begin filming next year before being released in 2020. While we may not know exactly how they plan to move ahead until we get an opportunity to see Avengers 4, we do have some information available because the movie’s director, James Gunn is active on social media and seems to love interacting with fans on an almost day-to-day basis.

 

 

It’s not that common to have someone in such a powerful position on such a popular film franchise be as open as Gunn is, but with as much as he’s willing to divulge, he still manages to keep enough hidden that we’re all shocked and surprised at how his films play out when they open in theaters. He’s continuing his trend of being open with fans of the Guardians franchise, and when one Twitter user started speaking about the trilogy film and Gunn’s comments on it, he made sure to explain exactly what he meant.

 

 

His verbiage was still a little confusing to some, which is understandable when reading through the text. When another user, @Shade_21 asked “This iteration? Does that mean your take on the Guardians or this particular team? I don’t know if I’m ready to say goodbye to this little family of misfits yet. :(” he replied with the simple and concise…

 

 

This doesn’t necessarily mean the characters are lost in the MCU, it may just mean they’re on to different things. With Phase 4 ahead and so many options in the hands of Marvel Studios, you just know they’re up to something. Before we get there, though, we still have Ant-Man and the Wasp, Captain Marvel, and Avengers 4. Something tells us we’ve got a lot to cover before Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is even scheduled to open!

 

Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 will tentatively hit theaters in 2020!

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