Even if the fate of the galaxy will be in their hands, the Avengers and Guardians will still be butting heads. The cast of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 revealed that the team-up between the two groups won’t go as smoothly as some may hope.
When asked what the initial meeting between the two groups will be like in Infinity War in an interview with Fandango, the cast had the following to say:
“We were so cocky, ‘We’re the Guardians of the Galaxy!’ But it was super exciting — the fact that they’re bringing every character in the Marvel universe together and that this super villain is such a prominent figure amongst the Guardians of the Galaxy gives our level of importance quite a boost,” said Zoe Saldana.
“When we come onto set as the Guardians, we are the Guardians. Anybody stepping onto set with us has to deal with all of us. There are usually one or two Avengers. We are the Guardians, we come as that and carry a scene like that and we do business as usual, which is a lot of chemistry, a lot of interaction amongst ourselves. And the Russos were very encouraging of that. I think we’ve established ourselves and we deserve to be right up there with the Avengers. I think we’re just as strong, if not stronger, as a unit, ‘cause we’re a family,” said Dave Bautista.
Saldana also let slip some details regarding where the two groups first meet.
“We’re also in space, so we’re not being held by gravity. And you know we’re stronger,” she said.
So with all this information, it’s possible we’ll be seeing some infighting similar to the first Avengers film when the heroes came together. But, perhaps Thanos will provide to big of a threat for an actual fight between the groups and we’ll be left with a lot of internal tension.
10 Reasons To Be Pumped For ‘Captain Marvel’
It’s a good time to be Captain Marvel.
She is one of Marvel’s hottest characters right now, with her own title, as well as features in various Avengers titles. She was even just the lead character in Marvel’s Civil War 2 event, meaning it’s about time she got her own movie. With Brie Larson set to play the heroine in a new Marvel Studios’ film and the search for a woman director ongoing, now news has hit that Captain Marvel will start shooting in January.
While there are still a lot of things up in the air about the movie, a director hasn’t even been announced yet, things are shaping up well. Nicole Perlman, who penned Guardians of the Galaxy, was tapped to write the screenplay for Captain Marvel, so I’m expecting great things.
There are a lot of reasons to be excited for Captain Marvel to join the MCU. Did I forget yours? Well, let me know in the comments why you think it will or won’t be a good movie. Hit Next to find out the ten reasons you should be pumped for Captain Marvel.