What's up with Gamora in Guardians Vol. 3? Endgame Writers Offer a Reference


    Writing for Marvel Studios is not the easiest task in the world. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely know this better than anyone else after recording Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame . When creating these big stories with so many characters, it's important to consider how the main story will affect the standalone films at the same time. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Along the way this could have been particularly difficult since Infinity War Gamora kills.

    Avengers: Endgame a way for Gamora to come back, though it's not as easy as it sounds. We now look at Gamora from the past who does not know her future at the Guardians. James Gunn needed to know all this when he wrote the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 story. Stephen McFeely explains.

    "There are parts with which Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Director James Gunn ) can do anything He must. That was basically, you saw the stuff behind the scenes, where they all kneel and they get in each other's way, and if you let that in, you'd have left, "Oh, she's alive and she's over there." It is now very vague. I do not know what to do with it. "

    During the production of Avengers: Endgame Stephen McFeely has some questions not explicitly answered. All we know is that Gamora survived the final battle due to a deleted scene. It was never shown on the big screen, we only see Peter Quill looking for her at the very end. McFeely had this to say in order to "dangle things".

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    "I also liked this little dangling one The arc was not completely wrapped up and there was a little after that does not necessarily affect this movie, and I do not know how that will affect the upcoming Guardians that there are a few that are still dangling. "

    James Gunn has been using the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 script for over a year. He was done long before Avengers: Endgame hit theaters. If he had not been fired by Disney more than a year ago, the Threequel would be in post-production at that point. But we have to wait a little longer now because the director The Suicide Squad for DC and Warner Bros.

    With Avengers: Endgame James Gunn gives us a new version of Gamora and has a lot to do, which should be an interesting third and final installment for the crew. As always, Gunn keeps his lips sealed about the story, and so does everyone involved who read the script. The interview with Stephen McFeely was originally conducted by Comic .

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