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James Gunn Says He Will Stop Making Guardians Of The Galaxy Movies

Guardians of the Galaxy was a bit of a dark horse when it hit theaters in 2014. It was a gamble for Marvel to adapt a lesser-known trait, but one that, thanks in no small part to the director, has paid off James Gunn. The filmmaker has directed all three films, including a Christmas special due for release this year, with filming ongoing volume 3 recently ended.

The director shared an emotional farewell on Twitter, sharing numerous tweets about his love for the cast and crew and the fact that they still have a long way to go in terms of post-production.

One fan asked if the director would come back to direct the motley space crew, to which Gunn replied, “I did the three I did on my own terms. This is the end of this story and this team.”

We may see some of the Guardians finish their stories in the MCU in the final installment of the trilogy, but others could join another team or embark on their own solo adventures, much like Loki and his Disney Plus miniseries.

However, James Gunn still has plenty of superhero stories to tell as he will continue to work with DC on a number of projects including a second season of peacemaker and Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller spinoff.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is scheduled to hit theaters on May 5, 2023. Before The Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas Special will stream on Disney Plus in December 2022.

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Brian Lowry

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