Guardians of the Galaxy 3 is bigger and more emotional, says Gunn

Director James Gunn has discussed his upcoming film, Guardians of the Galaxy 3, stating that it’ll be the most emotional one yet.

Despite how many films Marvel has on the way, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 could be one of the most exciting films in the MCU. It’s third and final Guardians of the Galaxy film, and promises to close the trilogy in emotional fashion. And director James Gunn has re-iterated just how emotional it will be.

Speaking in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Gunn described how the next film will be the biggest one yet. He said “This is a much bigger movie than the other two movies, and it’s a much more emotional movie than the other two movies. And it’s a longer movie than the other two movies — it’s bigger in every way.

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Karen Gillan, who plays Nebula, also talked about the film, saying “It’s complex, and the characters are having to deal with that. It’s very emotional for all of them. And then we’re also dealing with the fact that this is the end of an era of sorts, and so there’s a lot of emotion.”

End of an Era

Earlier this year, Dave Bautista revealed that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will be his final film as Drax. And with more talk of how this film is the end of an era, it’s easy to see why this film is likely to be more emotional than the others.

But it sounds like the Guardians are going out in typically epic fashion, with their longest film yet. More significant entries in the MCU tend to get longer runtimes, like Avengers: Endgame or Spider-Man: No Way Home.


With less than a year to go before its release, the end of the Guardians trilogy will soon be upon us. Hopefully, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 can stick the landing and send the Guardians out in a good way.

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