James Gunn teases the gigantic scale of Guardian of the Galaxy Vol.3. In Gunn’s upcoming DC film The Suicide Squad, the audience keeps an eye on releasing on August 6 on HBO Max and theaters. The director will return to Marvel to cap off the Guardian of the Galaxy trilogy despite being sacked for controversial tweets. Gunn has said many times this would be his final film in the series.
On May 5, 2023, the threequel is scheduled for a debut. This is the 2nd Marvel film lined up for that year after Ant-Man 3. Not many details are there about the film plot as the release date is very, other than what the director and the cast have teased in interviews and on social media. For Vol. 3, all the usual suspects will be returning, including Sean Gunn as Kraglin, Karen Gillan as Nebula, Pom Klementieff as Mantis, Dave Bautista as Drax, and Chris Pratt as Star-Lord, all of which are confirmed, Gunn.
Now, Gunn has yet another tease for the audience eagerly awaiting his return to Marvel. The director discussed the differences between working on the Guardians film for the MCU and DC’s Suicide Squad in an interview with ComicBook. The films force him to use different parts of his directorial stock of skills. He, in the end, said the scale of Vol. 3 is “just gigantic.”
The filmmaker once again showed his skills for exciting his upcoming projects without revealing anything about the plot. Gunn recently teased that Guardians 3, to go along with its larger scale, will also feature a heavier story. For a long, it has been speculated that the film will focus more on Rocket’s traumatic origin story, and this was confirmed by the director in the recent interview.
In 2022’s Thor: Love and Thunder, the Guardians are set to play a role before getting their own Holiday Special, which the director says will lead directly into Vol. 3. As this will act as final respect for the franchise, the director is under a lot of pressure for a film to be a huge success.