‘Thor: Love And Thunder’ To Feature The Guardians Of The Galaxy

A new report from has suggested that the Guardians of the Galaxy will indeed appear in Thor: Love and Thunder. Old rumors have said it will be the other way around, with Thor appearing in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. It still may be true but no official word has been said.

The last time we saw the Guardians, they were on a mission to retrieve Gamora, who came from the year 2014. We all know that Gamora from the main time-line perished in order to retrieve the soul stone. Along on that trip, Thor joins the Guardians on their rescue mission.

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Brandon Davis over at the site recently sat down with Guardians star, Vin Diesel to talk about his newest film , Bloodshot. The conversation then started to gravitate towards the new Guardians film, which is gearing up for production.

“I am waiting and excited for my friend James Gunn to knock this next one out of the park. He took The Suicide Squad so he’s about to embark on it. Thor will also, the director talked to me about Thor will incorporate some of the Guardians of the Galaxy. That’ll be very interesting, nobody knows, maybe I shouldn’t have said anything.”

No word on if this is true or not; however, it’s exciting nonetheless.

The Guardians roles will probably be pretty brief, due to the plot line of Jane Foster becoming Thor.

Director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok) returns alongside stars Chris Hemsworth as the titular character, Tessa Thompson as Valkryie, and Natalie Portman, as Jane Foster, who will become the Goddess of Thunder. It is possible we will see Korg’s friend and roommate Miek too, but that has not been confirmed at this time.


Thor: Love and Thunder will begin production this Summer after Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in at Fox Studios in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The film is set to hit theaters on November 5, 2021.


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