James Gunn All Set To Direct The Third Volume Of 'Guardians Of The Galaxy'

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Apr 19, 2017 05:09 AM EDT

James Gunn reveals of his comeback to his fans, through a passionate post. (Photo : Getty Images/Kevin Winter )

James Gunn has confirmed there will be more adventures to come in addition to the first and second "Guardians of the Galaxy" films.

The director of the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' universe hinted that there will be a third installment ahead of the release of the second volume of the film in May 2017.

Just before the release of the second volume, James Gunn made it clear on his Facebook page that he is officially returning to write and direct the third volume of the film "Guardians of the Galaxy". This film is based on the Marvel Comics superhero team named "Guardians of the Galaxy "produced by the Marvel Studios and the distribution will be done by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, revealed E! News.

After a few months of deep thought and discussion, James Gunn is back again with a bang. Gunn mentioned that all his fans were incredibly supportive over the past five years which has always brought tears to his eyes and so for all his fans he is coming back to the universe of the Guardians. He even added that he has fallen in love with the characters Groot, Rocket, Gamora, Star-Lord, Mantis, Yondu, Nebula, and Drax. He also stated that there would be some other heroes that are coming that will go deeper that would be beyond the imagination of the fans which has a teasing effect on them,  revealed Indie Wire.

Gunn said he feels that there would be more adventures to come and similar to the first and the second volumes of the film and the story will go beyond what one would expect. The thrill and excitement will continue further. The fans are already eagerly waiting for the second volume to release and now this statement from James Gunn regarding the third volume of the film, "Guardians of the Galaxy" has turned the fans restless.

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