Marvel’s Kevin Feige assures Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will happen


Marvel’s Kevin Feige, amidst the Blank Panther movie’s Golden Globe nomination, has stated Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will still happen.

The founder and President of Marvel Studios made the point of contention to address the current status of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. A film which writer/director, James Gunn, was once attached to have been vetoed out of Disney due to unpleasant comments. It was rumored that Travis Knight had the inside track at directing it.

Feige went on to discuss, among other things, the cultural impact Black Panther made and how much of an “important victory” it was to Marvel Studios for the Ryan Coogler directed film to have received the Golden Globe nomination. He also discussed the forthcoming release of Avengers: Endgame and how the title was in place before the start of development on that particular movie.

Speaking on GOTG Vol. 3, Feige told MTV, “Guardians will happen – when, where, or how… [that’s] for another time.”

Despite the backlash and the support of Gunn from fans, the cast – and one honest Dave Bautista – concerning his feelings towards the director’s firing there has been some seal of hope. After being placed on indefinite hold since August 2018, Sean Gunn – the brother of the filmmaker who played Ravager Kraglin and provided the motion-capture for Rocket Raccoon – suggested Marvel Studios, ultimately Disney, to move forward with James Gunn’s script.

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Since Gunn’s exit from Marvel Studios, he was hired by DC to write the sequel to 2016’s Suicide Squad with the option to direct after the original director, Gavin O’Connor, had left due to script problems and scheduling conflicts and has been producing a horror take on the superhero genre called Brightburn.