James Gunn W raps Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

James Gunn W raps Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

James Gunn, the director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, has finished filming the third installment of the GoTG series.

On Friday, the writer/director revealed on Twitter that principal photography had concluded and teased that an as-yet "unannounced actor" would appear in the Marvel flick.

 He sent out a tweet to fans that included a picture of him and many  Guardians of the Galaxy stars—including his brother Sean Gunn.

“That concludes the Guardians of the Galaxy trilogy. The performers and crew of this wonderful show are truly inspiring to me. For nearly a decade, they've been a part of my life's path, and I consider myself fortunate."

Gunn was eager to point out that Zoe Saldaa, who has played Gamora in all three films, was present at the wrap party, despite the fact that she wasn't pictured. While Zoe was with the group, "the only picture I have with her has an unannounced actor with us!" he wrote.

When it comes to the superhero movie's plot, it hasn't been revealed, but previous movies have featured Peter Quill, nicknamed Star-Lord (Pratt), and his intergalactic criminal band as they've battled various threats to their cosmos. Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Sylvester Stallone, and Will Poulter are all scheduled to star in Gunn's third and final installment in the Guardians franchise. The Kevin  Feige produced forthcoming film began filming in November 2021 and is scheduled for release in November 2022. It's being executive produced by Victoria Alonso, Louis D'Epposito, and Nikolas Korda; co-producing with them are David J. Grant and Simon Hatt.

More than $1.6 billion was made by the first two films in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise: 2014's Guardians of the Galaxy and 2017's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

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