Guardians of the Galaxy 3 has stopped production

Guardians of the Galaxy 3 has stopped production

Guardians of the Galaxy 3 has stopped production

Now it appears that Marvel is not going to rush things, as the production on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has been put on hold. However, no parties have perhaps shown their loyalty as well as Drax actor Dave Bautista, who has continually called out Disney for its decision to fire Gunn.

It certainly implies Disney is not confident it will be able to meet the current production schedules and find a new director who will either work with Gunn's existing script or craft one of their own.

According to their sources, crew members working on the film "are being dismissed and are free to look for new work".

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 had slayed the box office game and had set cash registers ringing with its impressive worldwide total of 863.8 million dollars.

The Marvel project was originally to have been directed by James Gunn and was to have begun principal photography in the winter, either in January or February. The project was to have gone into full pre-production mode this year. In the midst of the all the brouhaha, a source told the Hollywood Reporter that "The timeline (of the movie) has been pushed out".

Gunn and his UTA reps had pushed hard for Disney to give him a second chance, and studio chairman Alan Horn took a meeting on August 14, but Horn stood by his decision to not reinstate Gunn as director. There were even rumblings that even Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige was lobbying Horn to re-hire Gunn, but it's now become clear that Guardians of the Galaxy 3 will be moving forward without the franchise's creator at the helm. Meanwhile, more than 360,000 people have signed a petition asking for Gunn to be reinstated.

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