Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Wraps Up Filming


The much anticipated third and seemingly final installment of the popular Guardians of the Galaxy series has finished filming.

Director James Gunn announced via social media that they had just wrapped up:

And that’s a picture wrap on the Guardians of the Galaxy trilogy. I love this amazing cast & crew & their beautiful talent & kind souls. I’m a lucky human to have them on the journey with me for nearly a decade.

The director has been split in between working for both Marvel and DC. When he was “let go” from Marvel for offensive social media posts he went over to Warner Bros. and did a soft reboot of The Suicide Squad followed by a spinoff series following John Cena and Peacemaker.

But after a short while Gunn was welcomed back at Marvel and was allowed to finish the Guardians of the Galaxy series he helped bring to life in 2014.

Not much is known about the plot beyond it being the final installment. Adam Warlock (Played by Will Poulter) is set to appear. The Marauders, lead by Sylvester Stallone’s Stakar, will also be returning. And some rumors even suggest that we will see Lylla, Rocket Raccoon’s girlfriend.

Surprisingly enough Zoe Saldana’s Gamora will be returning. It is unknown how she will as her should was forever lost to the Soul Stone in Avengers Infinity War. But in comic nobody ever really stays dead.

The director hinted at a few character deaths, none that we are yet aware of, so be ready to cry if one of our main heroes goes bye bye.

We will see the Guardians appear in the upcoming Thor Love and Thunder and will most likely see them off when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 releases summer of next year.

What do you think will happen? Who do you think will die? How do you think their story will end?


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