While appearing for an interview with Screen Rant, James Gunn, who helms Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 director James Gunn discussed the film’s Adam Warlock variant, and how Will Poulter was willing to do the character justice.
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 is slated to release next ye in May and has been a really awaited MCU movie ever since the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017). Despite the fact that it was utilized in Thor: Love and Thunder, the Guardians team, made up wh was of heroes like Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Dave Bautista’s Drax, and Rocket Raccoon, voiced by Bradley Cooper.
Marvel Execs stalled Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3
Guardians have been in something of a void lately. Guardians 3 was stalled not only to the bigger MCU as the Guardians team in Avengers Infinity War and later in the saga of Phase 3, Avengers Endgame, but a huge controversy struck Gunn from the mouse, getting him to DC to direct The Suicide Squad and Peacemaker.
Will Poulter will debut as favorite Adam Warlock
Since the production on Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 wrapped up previously this year, fans have been looking forward to the direction for this final installment will take. What’s confirmed is the much-awaited Will Poulter as fan favorite Adam Warlock, who will be the main villain in the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 where they will have to fight in the forthcoming sequel.
The arrival of the overpowered Warlock has been something that Gunn has already hinted at in the debut of the powerful Warlock since the end credits of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, and with Ayesha, as we know that who is Sovereign’s queen and even the mother of Warlock’s mother in the comics, and this has also factored into Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 too, the storyline for Warlock looks inevitable. We all know how Gunn has introduced many cosmic Marvel villains like Ego the Living Planet, and Ronan the Accuser, fans would give anything to see how Gunn and his crew face this new powerful threat.
Read the full quote below:
“I think, like all of the Guardians, he has a very specific personality. When you have a character like Adam, who has been written by a bunch of different comic book writers, each one has their own take on Adam. This is our take on Adam, and I think he’s a pretty spectacular character.”
Many con-goers defined the trailer as ‘tear-inducing’ and online fans have already begun to speculate on the gravity and importance that could make this GOTG film bigger than the previous two. A formidable Adam Warlock would certainly contribute to that very tone.