Guardians of the Galaxy Vol three: Sean Gunn provides BIG replace on Avengers four sequel

Since James Gunn’s dismissal the way forward for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol three has been very a lot up in air.

Whereas an early 2020 launch was slated it’s nonetheless not clear if this can stick, whereas followers have been questioning if Gunn’s script will nonetheless be used.

Now his brother Sean, who performs Rocket Raccoon’s physique and Kraglin within the movies, has given an thrilling replace.

Talking with Tulsa World, he mentioned: “I don’t actually know but what’s happening with Guardians three. I do know that Disney nonetheless needs to make the film.”

Sean continued: “I do know that they’ve each intention of utilizing the script that my brother wrote.

“Clearly, that was a really unlucky state of affairs for everyone, most of all him, however I’m additionally anyone who had been getting ready to spend half a yr making that film and now that’s up within the air.

“Clearly, I believe it’s a tough proposition for them to search out one other director to step in — and likewise the scheduling of lots of different actors who’re extremely busy can’t be straightforward.


“However I do know that they plan on making the film.”

Sean added: “I had not been contacted in any respect for some time, however I used to be lately contacted by Marvel saying, ‘Yeah, we do plan to make this film. We’re simply unsure when but.’ ”

He mentioned: “I can inform you this. I can inform you that the film goes to be actually wonderful.

“We shot them initially just about back-to-back with a brief break.”

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Sean teased: “And I like Avengers four much more than Infinity Warfare.

“At the very least from the script and from capturing it, and I used to be actually proud of Infinity Warfare.

“So I’m very hopeful that it’s going to be a fantastic film.”

Avengers four is launched in UK cinemas on April 26, 2019, whereas Guardians of the Galaxy was set for early 2020 however might now be delayed.

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