What does “Endgame” prepare for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”?
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"Avengers: Endgame" not only ends the Infinity Saga, which lasts 11 years of MCU but also sets the foundation for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3". Marvel's 22nd blockbuster has contributed to changing the future of the Guardians of the Galaxy. From the endgame film, Screen Rant has set up some hypotheses for the evolution of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3”.
Star-Lord goes to find Gamora
After dying in "Infinity War", Gamora reappeared in "Avengers: Endgame". However, it is the 2014 Gamora version with Thanos coming to Earth in 2023 thanks to the time travel. She betrayed her adoptive father and sided with 2023 Nebula version to prevent him from obtaining Iron Man's Infinity Gloves. Gamora fought alongside the Avengers in the final battle with Thanos. However, at the end of the movie, after the crazy Titan defeated, Gamora disappeared. There were no clues that revealed where she would go, what she did or how she could leave the Earth.
Because of this, the Screen Rant page states that in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3", Star-Lord may set out to find Gamora. He met her again in the last minutes of the mortal battle with Thanos in “Endgame”. Gamora 2014 did not have any memories of the Guardians of the Galaxy, about her lover and still retained her fierce personality.
Peter Quill will go to find Gamora and most likely, they will love again from the beginning. That's still a hypothesis, and Marvel can create an unbelievably tricky story. It would be interesting to see that Gamora 2014 version conflicts with the Guardians of the Galaxy because she doesn’t know she was a key member of this team.
Nebula will join the Guardians of the Galaxy
"Avengers: Endgame" has paid great attention to Nebula's adult journey. Nebula version 2023 has reunited with its 2014 version. That year, she still had not escaped Thanos's influence and was always afraid of not being able to please the crazy Titan. The old version of Nebula silently planned to take Thanos and his army to travel to Earth. However, she was still killed by her own new version in the final battle.
Nebula once refused an invitation to join the Guardians of the Galaxy from his sister Gamora in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” she wanted to beat Thanos alone. However, Nebula will get a real family when officially becoming a member of the superhero group.
She was wholeheartedly caring for Tony Stark when the two were stuck in space in “Endgame”. Nebula version 2023 became a friend of the Avengers, along with them despite the dangers of traveling in time to collect Infinity Stones. Because of that, she deserves to be called a hero and has one slot in the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Thor could become an insert of the Guardians of the Galaxy
Since meeting in "Infinity War", some fans wanted Thor to join the Guardians of the Galaxy. His quest to Nidavellir lands with Rocket and Groot can be seen as a highlight of "Avengers 3". Coming to "Avengers: Endgame", the audience was surprised when Thor really decided to go into space with this superhero group. Thor was immersed in grief over the years when he witnessed Thanos destroy Asgard. Perhaps he needs a new direction, a new adventure to regain the aura he had lost after Thanos lost in Endgame. There is no guarantee that Thor will officially join the Guardians of the Galaxy in the future blockbuster. If this turns out to be true, Thor's contribution can increase the attraction for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”.
By: Abigail Harris