Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Just weeks away from the May 5th premiere, two new trailers have been released to keep fans entertained until late spring. Unlike the other films within Phase 5, the third installment of Guardians The franchise is set to be the swan song for interstellar superheroes and also for writer-director James Gunn, who has transitioned into his new role as head of DC Studios. Although it must be said goodbye, the two clips show just that Vol. 3’s The conclusion will still carry the spirit and humor of the first two parts.
The two excerpts were initially released on social media by One Take News. While the two trailers don’t provide much of a clue as to how the Guardians’ final story will tie into the larger MCU arc, fans will enjoy the sneak peeks. Both scenes show the light-heartedness and banter that stands out among the team members, while also providing an insider’s look at what to expect from the Guardians’ closing chapter.
The first features an intimate, semi-private moment between Peter “Star-Lord” Quill and a newly resurrected Gamora. Peter also confesses his unrequited feelings for Gamora – who is not the same version that she died in Infinity War – he was interrupted at the moment by members of his team, who apparently could overhear the entire conversation. Their intervention provides a moment of necessary comic relief as Peter clearly struggles with the resurgence of his ex.
The second trailer adds depth to Peter’s struggle to be an effective leader and work with Gamora’s new in Vol. 3. In jest, Gamora pinned Yuda at gunpoint against Star-Lord’s wishes. As Nebula continues as a reluctant third party, Peter apologizes to Yuda for only planning a hidden rescue mission for their friend. However, Gamora had other plans as she “shot people and threatened their lives” during the expedition.
Tensions between the two boil over during the cosmic elevator’s halt, prompting Peter to recall the back-to-back events leading up to his death of Gamora and the previous version who returned from the future. His monologue is part comedy, but also an emotional reflection. Star-Lord admits his shortcomings in Infinity War And he learns of the pain he must face while working with the new version of his beloved from death.
The Guardians of the Galaxy was always meant to be said as a trilogy
the Guardians of the Galaxy The trilogy was a test of just how far Marvel Studios could go with its fans. As it would turn out later, audiences loved the off-kilter irony that often comes with Star-Lord and his disparate group of supernatural beings. After success Vol. 1Longtime Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige revealed this Guardians It arose because the studio wanted to do a “big space movie,” which hadn’t been done in a while at the time. And what better entry into epic space voyages than a team of cosmic superheroes who are proactive in protecting the galaxy from threats.
Although many fans will be disappointed that this team’s story is coming to a close, according to James Gunn, it was always meant to be this way. After the movie premiere Vol. 2Gunn spoke to the Toronto Sun about the Guardian Trilogy, and why there won’t be a fourth iteration with the same team.
“I think the first three movies tell one story and that story is pretty simple. I think there could be a Guardians Vol. 4, “But it wouldn’t be the same. It wouldn’t be the same group… The story of this group essentially ends with” Vol. 3.”
Fortunately, there are different versions of the Guardians of the Galaxy lineup, so it’s possible they could be remixed into the MCU down the line. But only time will tell if the Guardians get their comeback. Until then, Marvel fans can rest assured of that Vol. 3 It will be a close fit to the story of the original team.