So far, Sylvester Stallone has only made a small appearance in the MCU. That could change soon if it was up to “Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn.
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Currently is James Gunn Although on the road with “The Suicide Squad” at DC, the director and writer is returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”. After that, however, his Marvel career could be over, because Gunn revealed that the story he had planned about the chaos troop around Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) is over with the third part.
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Although the filmmaker recently brought up a Drax film for adults, the actor Dave Bautista wants to end his MCU career after “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”. So it won’t work out, but James Gunn revealed another idea in the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast (via Joblo):
“I always thought ‘The Ravagers’ was a great show. No matter if with [Sylvester] Stallones Ravagers or even deeper just with the pirates and what they made. I told Kevin Feige (President of Marvel Studios and CCO at Marvel Entertainment, editor’s note) when he first visited the set while we were on the Ravagers ship for the first Guardians. I said we should do a Ravagers series. He said if this movie is a success you can do whatever you want. Still, still no Ravagers series, so I have no idea what happened. “
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We met the Ravagers thanks to the two Guardians of the Galaxy films. This is a collective that consists of several individual groups. Most of them earn their living smuggling, stealing or as bounty hunters. Yondu (Michael Rooker) and Kraglin (Sean Gunn) are among the Ravagers who kidnapped Peter Quill from Earth as a little boy. If her background is told, the actually dead Yondu could return to the MCU, which would certainly please many fans.
In “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” we also met Stakar Ogord, who was from Sylvester Stallone who speaks in the original of “The Suicide Squad” King Shark. It was Ogord who freed Yondu from slavery and made him a Ravager. At the end of the film, Starkar met up with his former Ravager comrades and decided to go on adventures as a team again.
Allegedly Sylvester Stallone is slated to return in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, but if James Gunn has his way, the action star could expect a much bigger future at the MCU. A Ravagers series about the illustrious troupe of Stakar Ogord would definitely have its charm, after all, stars like Michelle Yeoh, Michael Rosenbaum, Ving Rhames and even Miley Cyrus were involved.
When James Gunn first suggested the series to Kevin Feige, Disney + didn’t yet exist, so the MCU would now have a much better platform to implement such a project. Especially since Gunn recently suggested that he would be more interested in developing series in the future. In this way, Marvel could continue to use his creativity and skills, even if he doesn’t want to make any MCU films after “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”. Since Gunn was already having success with his quirkier idea of doing a Guardians Christmas special, making a Ravagers series should be an easy undertaking.
The future will have to show, as is so often the case, whether this will really happen and in what form. It will initially have the “Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special” ready for us at Christmas 2022; an exact date is still pending. With “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” we are one step further: The film will start in German cinemas on May 4, 2023. There you can currently see James Gunn’s latest work “The Suicide Squad”.
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