James Gunn Confirms Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special Is a Marvel Studios Special Presentation
Guardians of the Galaxy chief James Gunn has affirmed that the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special on Disney+ falls under the “Marvel Studios Special Presentation” designation. Marvel Studios presented that designation in the primary trailer for its most memorable such presentation, Werewolf Around evening time. An inquisitive fan on Twitter asked Gunn in the event that the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will also be a Marvel Studios Special Presentation. Gunn tweeted back, affirming that “Yes” it will. He also offered a supportive clarification of what Marvel Studios Special Presentation is. He affirmed that the specials fall inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s progression and that the designation alludes just to these accounts being neither motion pictures nor streaming series.
“It’s a special,” Gunn tweeted. “Not a series or film. It’s inside the MCU.”
Gunn recently clarified how the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special squeezes into the MCU’s construction of phases. In any case, he also said that, while dealing with the special was a “delight,” Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, which hits theaters in May, may be his favorite film.
“The Holiday Special was unadulterated satisfaction,” Gunn answered. “Vol. 3 was truly challenging for a billion reasons, starting with its size and intricacy. It very well may be my favorite film yet it probably wasn’t my favorite shooting experience, other than the affection I have for the entire team.”
What is Marvel studios special presentations anyway? Are they not connected to other MCU stories?
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is probably going to be self-contradicting for fans. That’s because Gunn affirmed at San Diego Comic-Con that it is the Guardians’ last adventure, at least for this particular gathering.
“I believe it’s really been about recounting to one story between the three movies with several sideways adventures,” Gunn said during Marvel’s San Diego Comic book Con panel. “However, I think it really is about the one story. This is the final arc that we began at the earliest reference point of Guardians of the Galaxy, with Peter Plume, with Rocket, seeing where Nebula goes, and even Kraglin, who started out as saying a couple of lines in the principal film and is currently a main Guardian of the Galaxy.”
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special is supposed to make a big appearance on Disney+ in December. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 opens in theaters on May fifth. For those eager for additional Guardians of the Galaxy stories, the fan-favorite Guardians of the Galaxy character Groot stars in a progression of animated shorts titled I’m Groot. The initial five of those shorts are presently available to stream on Disney+, with five additional being developed