'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3' News & Updates: James Gunn Plans For The Next Volume; Superheroes Who Should Be In The Movie
The director of "Guardians of the Galaxy," James Gunn is clarifying something after his interview went craze on the internet. While "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2" isn't hitting the theaters, Gunn was ask was there any future for the Vol.3 of the hit superhero movie? He claimed that the third sequel will be happening for sure.
But after the said interview, many fans claimed that the "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3" is already confirmed and the production has started. James Gunn clarified the matter and officially called that there are still no plans for the third sequel and he isn't sure what will be his involvement in the Vol. 3, ComicBook has reported.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3" will likely to happen. So, as per IGN report, here are some of the Superheroes who should be onboard for the next Milano. Moondragon may not be the everyone's favorite but she's a natural addition in the league because she is Drax's daughter in the comics.
Phyla-Vell should also be in the "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3" not for the reason that they are lovers. But she is actually an amazing heroine in her own way and she's is the daughter of Mar-Vell, the original Captain Marvell. The next that fans would love to see is Adam Warlock, for fans who doesn't know, here's that fact, Warlock is a former member of Guardians of the Galaxy.
Next, is Angela, a newly member of marvel who is a sister of Thor and a trusted member of Guardians. Meanwhile, James Gunn previously shared that he wanted Bug in the original Guardians of the Galaxy movie. But the acquisition rights of the character is the problem, so, maybe in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3" that wouldn't be a problem.
The next one is Cosmo, though he already appears in the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie, the telepathic and intelligent Russian Cosmonaut dog didn't get to use his power. The last one that seems to be fit in the next "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3" is Iron Man. In the Marvel Universe, Tony Stark was invited to join the Guardians and could repeat the history itself.