Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn enjoys working with the same actors on different projects, and it sounds like familiar faces from his recent DC comic book release, The Suicide Squad , could make the jump to Marvel in Guardians of the Galaxy. Flight. 3 . Gunn was recently asked whether or not he would invite a Suicide Squad actor or actress for Guardians of Galaxy V3 ″, to which the filmmaker replied …
Now, don’t get crooked, as the cast certainly wouldn’t portray their respective DC characters, but Gunn suggests we might see star cameos from The Suicide Squad when the Guardians of the Galaxy return for their third outing. These would likely be similar to how Pom Klementieff appeared in the background of a scene in The Suicide Squad, although it’s of course entirely possible that John Cena, Margot Robbie, or Joel Kinnaman would be are given slightly larger roles in Vol. 3.
Cast appearances from The Suicide Squad might not be the only thing the DC release and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 have in common, with James Gunn recently suggesting that some members of the beloved superhero squad might go down the Task Force X path. “There’s a much greater sense of danger to all of our characters [ in the Suicide Squad] because we know they could all die. Whereas in Guardians, yes, obviously I killed Yondu, I killed the original fat Groot, but it’s not the same. We know that most of them will make it out alive. At least for two films, ”teased the director.
Details of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 remain under lock and key, buried in the Marvel Studios vault, but Gunn has already revealed some clues to the direction of the story, stating that it will heavily involve Bradley Cooper’s Rocket Racoon. “I’ll just say that Rocket is a big part of what’s going on in the future – and a lot of those things (like the scars we’re about to see on his back) set up what I’ve planned for.” Rocket from the start, ”Gunn said of the movie’s plot.
The third film should also wrap things up for both these particular Guardians of the Galaxy lineup and director James Gunn’s time at the helm. “For me, Guardians 3 is probably the last,” he said of his time with Marvel. “I don’t know to do it again. I find that, due to the ability to do different things in the DC Multiverse, it’s fun. They are really starting to look like their comics. The Marvel Universe has always been a little more cohesive, and DC has always had more great singles. Those feelings have since been shared by Drax star Dave Bautista, who said, “You know, it all has to end. And, you know, I can’t wait to wrap up with my friends and family. » Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is scheduled for May 5, 2023.