The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3: A MAJOR role for Gamora?
The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 has just left the cinema that is already evoked its continuation. And it could be that in volume 3, Gamora is entitled to a major role.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 is currently making a cartoon in the cinema, taking everything in its path. And since we never have enough, we must already look to the future. And to The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, which James Gunn has long hesitated to accept . It will of course have to wait very, VERY long before having any information on this third opus, which is for the moment only to the draft project. But there are a few little things to put in the teeth, thanks to James Gunn, who could not help teaser what he would like to develop in this Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 ! So there is a particular character to whom the director would like to offer a more important role – even though he has had quite a bit of an opportunity to shine. And this character in question is therefore Gamora (Zoe Saldana).
It must be said that Gamora is a rather complex character, who started out like this indomitable warrior in the heart of stone, ready to do anything to succeed what she undertakes and dragging a reputation as murderous in every corner of the galaxy. In contact with Peter Quill and the rest of the Guardians, the super-heroine has gradually softened. But when James Gunn and Zoe Saldana exchanged about her future and the direction she should take, the actress expressed the desire to explore a little more the dark past of Gamora. If Thanos should disappear during the next Avengers (or at least, hopefully !), It may be that the childhood of the young woman or her time spent with the crazy Titan is at the heart of the third volume . A bit like we learned the origins of Peter Quill in the second opus! But it will be necessary to reconcile this part of the intrigue of the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 with the return of a villain . It remains to be seen how the idea will evolve in the months and years to come. What do you think ?