James Gunn’s The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will have 11 prominent performers who will return, according to Marvel Studios. This edition of the crew will embark on one more adventure in the forthcoming movie, which might be James Gunn’s final appearance in a Marvel Studios production (he was just appointed to co-lead of DC Studios). Making it out alive won’t be simple this time because the motley gang will be facing off against both Adam Warlock and the High Evolutionary. But which actors can moviegoers be certain will be in the next blockbuster?
Characters and Principal Cast of Guardians Vol. 3
Chris Pratt – Star-Lord
Star-Lord has been the driving force behind the galactic outcasts ever since he made his screen debut in Guardians of the Galaxy. He wasn’t in a great mood the last time spectators saw him since Quill is still grieving the death of Gamora in Avengers: Infinity War.
Zoe Saldana – Gamora
Even though Gamora may have perished at the hands of Thanos in Infinity War, the MCU is giving a variant of the fan favourite heroine a second shot. She won’t resemble the hero fans lost in 2018, according to descriptions of the movie’s exhibits at San Diego Comic-Con 2022.
Dave Bautista – Drax
Although Bautista has recently been quite outspoken about his concerns with how his character has been portrayed, he’s back for another adventure. This may potentially be the actor’s final outing in the MCU, given his recent performance.
Karen Gillan – Nebula
With the exception of the holiday special, this will be the first time viewers will see Nebula as a full member of the Guardians of the Galaxy squad. Given that she had been an Avenger for five years before to the glitch, by the time Vol. 3 came along, she ought to be accustomed to the collaborative environment.
Pom Klementieff – Mantis
Mantis, who originally appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, returns back after narrowly escaping death in the Guardians Holiday Special. Delivering Kevin Bacon to Peter Quill was undoubtedly a difficult task, but the High Evolutionary, the adversary of Vol. 3, should be more difficult.
Vin Diesel – Groot
The walking, talking sentient tree Groot makes his anticipated return for yet another adventure. He will, however, be wearing a brand-new look this time around, one that technically made its debut in the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special. It’s intriguing that the figure was chosen in the stocky form. However, it’s the closest fans have been to an adult Groot since his sad death in the first Guardians of the Galaxy film.
Bradley Cooper – Rocket
Rocket has allegedly “always [been] the secret protagonist” of the Guardians movies, according to director James Gunn. Upon thought, he is unquestionably correct. And since Gunn has already emphasised how much Vol. 3 will focus on Cooper’s anthropomorphic hero, he will suddenly receive more attention than he ever has.
Sean Gunn – Kraglin
In Kraglin, the person who does Rocket’s motion capture work on set was also given an original role; this person has been a member of the production from the outset. Sean Gunn’s Ravager is back as a full-fledged member of the Guardians despite his absence from the past two Avengers movies (apart from his extremely brief cameo in Endgame).
Chukwudi Iwuji – The High Evolutionary
The nefarious High Evolutionary will be the main antagonist of the next threequel. The adversary is renowned for his genetic research, which is mostly focused on fusing animal and human DNA. In addition, it was him who invented Rocket Racoon. It’s time for viewers to learn the origin story of their favourite talking rodent.
Will Poulter – Adam Warlock
Adam Warlock’s post-credits tease made its debut in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Six years later, it’s finally about to materialise. Poulter receives the distinction of being the ideal golden man and is anticipated to play a significant role in the expanded MCU.
Maria Bakalova – Cosmo
The real and actual, telepathic-speaking space dog, Cosmo, is now more similar to their comics version after technically first appearing in the very first movie of the franchise, beginning with the Holiday Special. Thankfully, it’s beginning to appear like the Russian dog may actually contribute significantly to the plot of the film.
On May 5 of this year, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will be released in theatres.