Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is one of the most awaited Marvel Studios movies, despite the fact that it is still over a year away. It was intended to come out years ago, but owing to filmmaker James Gunn’s temporary Disney exile and the global epidemic, it won’t come out until 2023. There has been a lot of conjecture about what fans might expect. For one thing, speculations say that the villain would be the High Evolutionary, played by Chukwudi Iwuji from Peacemaker.
The subject of Gamora will be a major enigma that the plot will have to unravel. The original form of the character had been slain on Vormir the last time audiences saw her, with a Variant remaining on Earth following Thanos’ defeat in Avengers: Endgame. But, in the future picture, what will her part be? While there is currently no response to that issue, Zoe Saldana has revealed which aspect of the character she would want to see developed more.
Zoe Saldana Wants More Young Gamora
In a conversation with Jake’s Takes, Zoe Saldana, who plays Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, was asked which of her former characters she would like to go further into, particularly in terms of that character’s childhood, to have a greater knowledge of their background. Gamora, Saldana said quickly. Despite the fact that Avengers: Infinity War included a brief glimpse of her early years, the actress stated that the glimpse made her “incredibly curious to know what that planet and her species was like:”
“Yeah, and I feel like that taster made me incredibly curious to know what that planet was like, what her species was like… because they were completely wiped out of existence and… because she carries such a such a big weight on, you know, on herself and… to get to know why and where that comes from was really great.”
Gamora’s Past on the MCU Big Screen
It’s a pity that the MCU has just scratched the surface of Gamora’s backstory. Given that this new version of the heroine people will be following is from a different timeline, perhaps her impending time in Vol. 3 will offer those events more screentime—possibly even containing some visibly distinct occurrences.
Discovering Gamora’s younger days and childhood would also be a great chance to learn more about Josh Brolin’s Thanos. It would make the wait for Eternals 2 lot easier, as he is more than certain to appear in some capacity. Because this Variant will appear in the last chapter of a trilogy, the writer will need to undertake a lot of character development quickly. With all that film needs to serve, there won’t be much time to start building her up from the ground up.