Director James Gunn debunks a rumor about a possible Gamora Guardians of the Galaxy prequel series with Disney+ that may not even exist.
Director James Gunn recently debunked a rumor about a potential guardians of the galaxy prequel series with Disney+. Guardians of the Galaxy are a ragtag crew of space adventurers who first joined the MCU in 2014. The film’s lovable characters quickly struck a chord with Marvel fans, and the Guardians quickly became fan favorites among the MCU range. Since the release of the first film, the Guardians have been found in the following film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (also crossed out by Gunn), Avengers: infinity war, and Avengers: Endgame. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is set to arrive in 2023, once again directed by Gunn.
For some time now, rumors have been circulating that Disney+ is creating a guardians of the galaxy prequel series with Gunn. Although in reality there is no credible source indicating that this show exists, many fans still seem to believe it. This may have been helped by a recent interview with Zoe Saldana, who plays Gamora in the guardians of the galaxy movies, in which she said Gamora would be a character whose backstory she would like to explore further. Although Saldana made this statement honestly, some may have taken this as a hint that the MCU prequel the series is real.
Although Gunn hasn’t said anything one way or another about the show’s existence, he’s been active in silencing rumors of what its plot would entail. In a recent tweet from Gunn, he debunked a rumor from the Moth Culture Twitter page, which said there was a rumor on guardians of the galaxy the series would focus on Gamora “Family relationship with Nebula and Thanos.” Gunn began his response to this rumor bluntly by stating, “lol no.” Gunn goes on to point out that it’s well known that Thanos tortured both Gamora and Nebula growing up, which doesn’t seem like a big deal. “Family relationship” to him. See his full tweet below:
Turns out, this isn’t the first time Gunn has debunked a rumor that started on Moth Culture. Less than a month ago, Moth Culture released a rumor that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 would include a shortlist of modern music on its soundtrack, which Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) collected while on Earth after the events of Avengers: Endgame. Gunn also responded bluntly to this tweet, starting with “Nope.” Gunn goes on to debunk this rumor by stating that Quill left Earth immediately after Avengers: Endgame.
Although there is still no word on whether or not the mysterious guardians of the galaxy prequel even exists, fans can rest assured that Gunn will at least be honest with his fans. In a world where any information can be shared on the internet, whether it’s correct or not, it’s certainly comforting to know that creators like Gunn are willing to snuff out any misinformation before it spreads too far across the web. Gunn has yet to reveal if fans will be treated to a guardians of the galaxy prequel series. However, it’s likely that Gunn would have been honest with fans if it actually existed.
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