James Gunn has been working on quite a few projects with major recent talk about his upcoming film for DC, The Suicide Squad. However, let’s not forget that Gunn is also still in charge of the original rag tag team of bounty hunters with The Guardians of the Galaxy. Gunn is still set to write and direct the third installment for the popular comic book film adaptation, even despite the initial controversy that occurred prior to production of Vol 3 or even The Suicide Squad. Gunn recently gave fans on update on the film’s production on his twitter account.
Script is written and most of the production heads have been hired. https://t.co/57nRIgchN4
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) November 10, 2020
The comic book movie director started out by stating that he is starting his quarantine process for The Suicide Squad spin off known as Peacemaker. When Gunn mentioned this, fans asked about how much production has been done for the third installment of Star Lord and his team of misfits. To which Gunn responded that the script has been written and the production heads have been hired for the upcoming Marvel project. Fans also asked if much has changed from his original version of the script since Gunn started on it prior to getting kicked off of the project briefly due to older tweets being resurfaced. He stated that the script has not changed too drastically since its inception and added that, “I’m ALWAYS tweaking the script for artistic reasons – and will continue to do so – but nothing else.”
With the changes to the film’s script being more based around Gunn’s decisions, it will reassure his fans that Gunn still seems to have as much creative control on this film as he had with previous installments of the Guardians series.