Avengers: Endgame introduced over 64 Marvel characters that were established over a period of 10 years in the MCU. But still, not every character got their moment in the Infinity War arc’s conclusion, especially, Sean Gunn’s Kraglin from Guardians of the Galaxy. Fortunately, though we didn’t get to see the new Yaka Arrow wielder in the theatrical cut of Endgame, the actor shared some details of the scene that he shot for the film.
For those unaware, Gunn who plays as the motion reference actor for Rocket Raccoon also filmed as his live-action character Kraglin for Avengers: Endgame. Though it never made to the theatrical cut–Robert Downey Jr. shared a Marvel “family photo” which featured Kraglin sporting an all-new look, different from his appearance in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Later, another behind-the-scenes picture from the movie showed Kraglin driving what looks like a space motorcycle.
Gunn is currently on the “We Love You 3000” promotion tour with Joe and Anthony Russo and during an interview with Comicbook.com, the actor spoke about the deleted scene featuring Kraglin in the third acts’ climactic battle in Avengers: Endgame.
“Well, all I can really tell you about that is what we shot, which is that Kraglin came through and participated in the final battle,” Gunn explains. “You know, he did have the fin on his head and the Yaka Arrow was sheathed, and he was in the spaceship as part of the air battle, so that’s really all I can say. I mean, I feel like that’s in there now. I don’t think I’m saying anything wrong and that anything else is up to you to theorize what’s going on.”
We could speculate that this scene could make it to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in some shape or form, especially since his brother, James Gunn is directing the threequel. In any case, fans are sure to see Kraglin with the new silver fin using the Yaka Arrow in the upcoming third installment.
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