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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Pre-Production Underway, Filming Details

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Pre-Production Underway, Filming Details

It seems Marvel Studios has already started prepping for the movies lined up for release in 2020. Leading the list of films is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. According to a new report coming from That Hashtag Show, the filming work on the highly anticipated threequel is expected to kick off in early 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.

As per the report, the pre-production work on the third and final film of James Gunn’s trilogy is underway at Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayette County, Georgia. As like many other Marvel Studios movies, Vol. 2 of the comedy space opera was also filmed at the same location.

Notably, Marvel Studios always begin work on their movies well in advance. Like, for example, the studio showed off Captain Marvel concept art in July at San Diego Comic-Con event, while the filming just began last month. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is set to release in May 2020, so, even if the filming starts next year, the studio will get a year and a half to wrap up everything.

Director James Gunn, who is an avid user of social media, has been teasing the third Guardians of the Galaxy installment since last summer. Late last year in October, the director revealed that he is almost done penning down the first script for Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 3, having written nearly 70 pages.

As far as the film’s story is concerned, the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie will see Gamora playing a big role, following her and Nebula’s confrontation with their Thanos in the next two Avengers movies. So, basically, fans will have to wait for the release of Avengers 4 to get more idea about the movie plot.

Currently, Marvel Studios is enjoying the phenomenal success of their first black superhero movie, Black Panther, which has grossed more than $241.9m domestically and $427 million worldwide over the four day holiday weekend.

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Source: That Hashtag Show




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