Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is about to complete the story that writer-director James Gunn began in 2014. The film will be the third and final installment in his guardians of the galaxy trilogy, taking up the chronology of Avengers: Endgame and the next Thor: Thunder and Love. As the circle comes full circle for cosmic outlaws, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will likely be the last time fans see this team. However, the set photos and tearful goodbyes also hint at a new lineup and a fresh start. In this way, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 could reflect Avengers: Age of Ultron‘Sending in progress.
When Peter Quill/Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) allied with former inmates Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot, they formed the Guardians of the Galaxy. Throughout their journey to defend the universe, the team encountered other alliances like the Avengers, but the Guardians remained independent. “I wanted a group of aliens and orphans from different planets who got together,” Gunn commented on his vision of the trilogy.
The Guardians have been for each other. Over the past two episodes, fans have followed Star-Lord’s journey to take on his father Ego and explored the stories at the heart of this team. But change is constant. Like the Avengers, the Guardians become something more than the original founding members. The organization serves a purpose in the galaxy as it maintains order and confronts cosmic threats.
While the original team members played a crucial role in shaping what they represent, some may have found different directions that they seek to explore. Toward Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 In conclusion, Drax the Destroyer actor Dave Bautista shared an emotional farewell: “This is kind of where my journey began. It’s come full circle…” Nebula actress Karen Gillian said also told fans to request a Nebula Disney+ spin-off series. The recent photo of the camera body shared by Gunn suggested that the next film could tackle Rocket Raccoon’s tragic past as a test subject for the High Evolutionary. The last installment of guardians of the galaxy The trilogy is bound to be heavy and emotional, putting an epic end to this team’s journey as Guardians, but it also opens the door to the future. What will Guardians be like after Vol.3?
The latest photos from the set of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 saw the comical uniforms of Star-Lord and Nebula, signaling a change in direction: the Guardians are becoming a more organized society. Their operation will probably expand as well. In the same way, Age of Ultron introduced a new set of uniforms and training space towards the end and saw several key members seemingly leave the team.
Hulk took off to be alone, Thor went off-world to investigate the Infinity Stones, Clint Barton took on the responsibility of being a family man, and Tony Stark seemed to take a step back from the superhero. Only Captain America and Black Widow remained to continue the fight as Avengers. However, along their journey to save the world from Ultron, they encountered Vision and Wanda, who became new members of the Avengers. Later, Peter Parker’s Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and many others also joined in to prevent Thanos’ genocide. The fight continues and the responsibility is passed on to new members.
As a common scenario in film and television, no goodbye is forever. Hulk came back in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. After losing his family in the blink of an eye, Clint also returned to Avengers: Endgame like the vigilante Ronin. The alliance and connection formed in the Guardians is also stronger than ever. The team may not look the same as before, but the characters could appear as cameos in future MCU films and return when needed.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 hits theaters May 5, 2023.
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