Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3: What We Know About the Final Film in the Trilogy So Far.
Marvel fans have been impatiently awaiting the Guardians’ return in their feature movie, and thankfully, the wait will not be too long.
Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige, James Gunn, and the cast members revealed critical insight and an exclusive first look at the awaited new film at Marvel’s fantastic San Diego Comic-Con 2022 panel.
The outstanding presentation answered many of our questions, including the release date, the characters we’ll see, and the tone we can expect.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Confirmed Release Date.
You may start counting down the days as Marvel has confirmed that Guardians of Galaxy Vol 3 will premiere on May 5, 2023. The third Guardians film will be the second in the MCU’s hectic Phase 5 schedule, marking the midway mark of the Multiverse Saga. Vol. 3 will be available on Disney+ shortly after its cinematic run.
So if Marvel’s Disney+ release pattern holds, we may expect to see the picture on the streaming platform about a month after May 5, 2023.
The cast members of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Chris Pratt plays Peter Quill / Star-Lord
Zoe Saldaa plays Gamora
Dave Bautista plays Drax.
Bradley Cooper plays Rocket Raccoon.
Vin Diesel plays Groot.
Karen Gillan plays Nebula.
Pom Klementieff plays Mantis
Sean Gunn plays Kraglin.
Maria Bakalova plays Cosmo the Spacedog
Sylvester Stallone plays Stakar Ogord.
Elizabeth Debicki plays Ayesha.
Will Poulter plays Adam Warlock
Chukwudi Iwuji plays The High Evolutionary
One last adventure is hinted at in the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 teasers.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 teaser begins with Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Called Star-Lord, & Nebula (Karen Gillan) encountering a bunch of Ravagers, and Quill is surprised to see that his lover Gamora (Zoe Saldana) is heading the crew of space pirates.
However, she is not the girlfriend Quill is familiar with, as Thanos killed Gamora in Avengers: Infinity War. The Gamora in Vol. 3 comes from an alternate reality where she has yet to meet Quill and is sent to the main MCU realm by Thanos from her universe.
While Thanos and the rest of Thanos’ armies vanished, Gamora was the solitary survivor, leaving to find her place in this weird new dimension. The trailer proceeds with Quill attempting to convince a skeptical Gamora of their life before Infinity War.
Following that, in the classic Guardians of the Galaxy tradition, a catchy melody accompanies the trailer, although it’s a little more current than the 70s/80s stuff heard in the prior flicks. Gunn justified the music choice, saying it was supposed to reflect the team’s “maturing,” so we may hear more modern tunes when the film is released.
The trailer’s general tone is considerably darker and more dramatic than anybody could imagine, with numerous characters seen in quick moments where they appear to be in great pain or misery.
The past of Rocket (Bradley Cooper), in particular, appears to have a strong presence in the movie, as demonstrated by cameos from both a baby and a younger version of him. His sensitive and tragic history will presumably be only one aspect of a film that is expected to be among the most emotional entries in the MCU.