James Gunn, The Director of Chris Pratt’s Upcoming Marvel Film Teases the Story

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By Aquaman

James Gunn, the director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 made an official statement about the unexpected post-credits confirmation of Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord’s return.

Since its release on May 5, Guardians 3 has amassed approximately $840 million in international box office revenue and is now accessible digitally online.

James Gunn’s final MCU film is discussed in a director’s commentary that may be viewed in addition to the complete movie. A fascinating deleted sequence is now accessible to view in addition to the commentary.

James Gunn Reveals Future Chris Pratt Movie

James Gunn Reveals Future Chris Pratt Movie

Chris Pratt’s Legendary Star-Lord movie’s plot intentions were disclosed by director James Gunn in the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 digital release comments.

Fans were informed that Pratt was still working on MCU projects as “The Legendary Star-Lord Will Return” was the final thing they saw before exiting the cinema.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’s post-credits sequence shows viewers Peter Quill beginning to become used to life on Earth.

In a lighthearted allusion to the Disney+ Holiday Special, the little boy converses with his grandfather (Gregg Henry) over breakfast while they hold a copy of the St. Charles Post newspaper that reports on Kevin Bacon’s kidnapping.

James Gunn Reveals Future Chris Pratt Movie

Many people might have believed that the legendary Star-Lord’s reappearance would have occurred during an Avengers movie or another crossover.

A Chris Pratt solo film is an intriguing concept that might thrill fans to no end, although some may be upset that James Gunn won’t be writing or directing the possible picture.

The new boss is struggling to launch a new DC cinematic world since he has no control over it.

Pratt continues to appear in films with high box office success, which makes him a somewhat divisive figure (in part due to the number of parts he receives throughout Hollywood).