Chris Pratt Praises James Gunn’s Work on ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’

Chris Pratt heaped praise on director James Gunn’s work on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
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One of the most surprising successes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been the studio’s ability to draw from the far reaches of their intellectual property and turn those characters into household names. Perhaps the best example of this is the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, which has spawned into one of the most well-known groups in pop culture.

James Gunn‘s 2014 film has become a staple in the MCU and characters like Star-Lord and Gamora have played huge roles in the building of the universe. To say anticipation is high for the third installment, set to be released on May 5, 2023, is an understatement.

The ending of the trilogy has been teased by the cast and director as being quite emotional for some time now. Chris Pratt, who plays Star-Lord, was asked by Digital Spy in an interview about his thoughts on the third film while promoting his new Amazon series, The Terminal List.

Pratt had high praise for Gunn:

It’s fantastic. [Director] James Gunn just watched a rough assembly the other day. I called him yesterday. We Facetimed, and he’s very, very proud of the work that everyone’s done. He said it’s the best work all of us have ever done. He feels very, very confident. The script was amazing.

Chris Pratt

But Pratt didn’t stop there. He went on to make a bold claim about the upcoming film as well:

And I can say with utter confidence that he’s made a true masterpiece, and I just cannot wait for people to see it. It’s James Gunn. He did all three movies, which is really rare and really special in the world of big box-office trilogies.

Chris Pratt

What do you think? Will Vol. 3 be able to outrank the previous films? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: Digital Spy

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