Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 almost wubba lubba dub filming has been done. With less than two weeks to shoot for the Marvel Studios sequel, it’s time for director James Gunn to solve the long-running Rick and Morty mystery on the set of Atlanta since February. An unidentified person is apparently holding Rick and Morty’s toys for the gun to find. A secret cast member, writer, and director James Gunn was suspected of being a joke when documenting Day 35 of the toy takeover, with only 13 days left until it was to wrap up. Guardians of the Galaxy Threequel.

After Directing Guardians of the Galaxy

After directing 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the 2017 sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and the upcoming Disney+ TV special The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, Vol. Gun is expected to be the final installment of the franchise with the 3 original cast. In March, Gunn tweeted, “Very sad and almost daily tears to learn that this is the last Guardians movie for most of us.”

Didn’t ask to Put Anything in Volume 3’s Script?

“The only time they asked me to include something for future MCU movies? Had Thanos there on the first film with Thanos, which they wanted me to do. But other than that they never did. Pay attention to things that happen, that he talked to me about – stuff with Gamora and things like that. I know the characters have gone through some things, so I have to deal with those things. But for the most part For, they didn’t even once ask me to put anything in the script of Volume 3 to install anything in the future. Nor would I do that, to be honest, it’s not my thing.”

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Plot details about the third installment are still under wraps but it potentially involves the team’s search for the missing Gamora, who abruptly left after Thanos was finally defeated. Gunn also previously confirmed that Bradley Cooper’s Rocket will play a big part in the upcoming threequel.