Just weeks before Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters, writer-director James Gunn recently announced that he would be writing and directing an upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
It's all about bringing the old music back with a twist. Thanks to Iron Man, the standard bearer of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, MCU tradition seems to be that each individual superhero franchise will get three films. In fact James Gunn has already signed on to do a third GOTG installment. "Who knows after that?" This first episode will cost you USD$4.99 - although we expect Telltale to put up a promotional "season pass" at discounted costs soon. Think the Avengers assembled at a diner eating sluggishly in 2012, or Baby Groot dancing to the Jackson 5 in the original GotG.
Most Marvel Studios films have one or two scenes, usually with one in the middle of credits and one at the end. Another thing, perhaps we should listen to Vol 2.as well? Why? The film's $94M opening destroyed early predictions, and the August release-model along with it. "Guardians of the Galaxy 1" went on to make $333M domestically, and over $773M worldwide.
Good news Guardians of the Galaxy fans, there are moremovies ahead. The song fits perfectly to the characters' gestures and action scenes.