The Marvel Cinematic Universe is having its hero movies bigger and bigger as the characters from "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 are set to appear in next year's "Avengers: Infinity War." One of the stars of the intergalactic movie has recently spoken in an interview about the mash-up and has seemingly spilled the beans about the tightly kept secret title of the fourth Avengers installment.
Zoe Saldana who plays as Gamora in "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 has recently talked about some spoilers of the upcoming "Avengers" movies. She said that her character, as well as the other heroes in the James Gunn's movie, are set to come back later this year to work on the "Gauntlet," which appears to be the "Avengers" fourth title.
Marvel Studios' President Kevin Feige has however addressed the spill saying Saldana "misspoke" and that "Gauntlet" will not be the next "Avengers" title. Fans can be sure though of one thing and it is to witness the Guardians meeting the Avengers heroes.
Feige has also shared some juicy details about the link between the "Guardians of the Galaxy" and the talked about "Avengers" movie. He said that the new "Avengers" is set to a time four years past the "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2. He then teased an evolved look for the Guardians who will then appear older when the fourth "Avengers" goes down in 2019.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 has reunited stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Batista, Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper who are known as extraterrestrial misfits. The movie is yet to be released next week but it is already getting divided opinion with some saying it is "not as awesome as it seems" while others say it will be another MCU pride.
Meanwhile, a Vol. 3 of "Guardians of the Galaxy" is said to have already gotten its greenlight. The movie is planned as a trilogy story and James Gunn has already announced his return to create the third installment of the franchise. There is no telling yet what the creator has in mind for Vol. 3's plot but it is said that all the main actors will return to reprise their roles.