Star-Lord and his team are all set for another adventure with Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3, and we can’t keep calm. The upcoming installment is the third in the film series and has a lot to focus on. As the film is less than two weeks away from its release, fans are finding it difficult to contain their excitement. Amidst the buzz around the film, many have been reaching out to James Gunn for some insight and the director recently revealed a major detail about the film’s post-credits scene.
GOTG Vol 3 will see Chris Pratt reprising his role as Peter Quill aka Star-Lord. The film also stars Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, and Dave Bautista reprising their respective roles.
While Marvel Studios movies always make sure to keep fans entertained and unveil some new characters and doors to the MCU, the one thing everyone seems to love the most are the post-credits scenes. As fans were curious to know if they would get to see anything more of the MCU after Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 ended, James Gunn spilled the beans.
A fan commented on Gunn’s latest photo on Instagram in which she is seen GOTG The cast from their trip to Paris to promote the film. The fan wrote, “Hey James, can you confirm there is a post-credits scene for GOTG Vol 3?” To everyone’s surprise, Gunn replied, “There’s no post-credits scene. There’s two.” Looks like fans will get to see a mid-credits scene and a post-credits scene.
For the unversed, the upcoming film will reportedly mark the last outing with Gunn. marvel studios Because he’s the new co-CEO of DC Studios. It was Gunn who wrote and brought the film series to life. Going by the initial reactions, the director has come up with a completely emotional end to the series.
Coming back, we advise you to stay glued to your seat till the movie screen fades to black while watching Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3.
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