New “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” decorations and posters have appeared at AMC Disney Springs Movie Theater.
Recently, we stopped in to Disney Springs and noticed that the outside of AMC Disney Springs had been given a Guardians makeover. Previously, there were decorations up for “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.“
The three movie posters hung in the front are identical. The tag line says “Once more with feeling.” This will be the final “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie.
On the left side of the front of the building, is a small billboard of the movie poster. It is different than the other three on the front center of the building.
This poster features the cast in space suits with the galaxy behind them. They all look ready to face the “final chapter.”
Groot, played by Vin Diesel, looks noticeably taller in this movie. In “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” he was “baby Groot,” now he looks more like he did in “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
There is also a photo op spot to the left of the movie theater. There is also two different movie posters featured here.
The larger poster features the main characters of the movie: Kraglin, Mantis, Peter Quill, Drax, Nebula, Cosmo, Groot, Rocket, and Gamora. This has proven to be a popular photo op spot as it makes the perfect backdrop for “Guardians of the Galaxy” fans.
The smaller movie poster features the cast in very dim light standing on a wing of their space ship, looking ready to take on the galaxy one last time.
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” hits theaters Saturday, May 5.
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”
“Guardians of the Galaxy” focuses on a group of extraterrestrial criminals on the run who initially team up for just causes when they tangle themselves in a dangerous struggle between Xandar and Kree fanatical Ronan the Accuser.
“Vol. 3” is the long-awaited conclusion to a trilogy that began with 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.” A relatively unknown team of superheroes to the general public before this film’s release, the franchise is now one of Marvel’s most popular and critically acclaimed, with the first two films grossing a combined $1.64 billion , as well as scoring a 92% and 85% on Rotten Tomatoes, respectively.
The Guardians have also made appearances in “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Avengers: Endgame,” and “Thor: Love and Thunder” — plus a roughly half feature-length Holiday Special on Disney+. They’ve spawned a series of video games, and are now featured in two Disney Parks attractions: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT and Mission: Breakout at Disney California Adventure.
James Gunn, doubling as writer and director, has repeatedly expressed his profound desire to wrap the trilogy up with the utmost propriety, calling it “the hardest thing I’ve ever done” in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
Once I started doing the first “Guardians” movie, I felt drawn to it. I felt called to it, if that makes any sense. So I feel very good [about Vol. 3] because I feel like I did everything that I possibly could to make this trilogy as good as it can possibly be. And I feel incredibly blessed and fortunate that I had all these people around me making it. It’s the biggest blessing of my life.
After the conclusion of his Marvel trilogy, Gunn will be almost exclusively focused on taking the helm over at Warner Bros. Discovery’s DC Studios, where he has already been a creative force behind “The Suicide Squad” film and “Peacemaker” series for HBO Max.
This outing is intended to be a bit more emotional, with higher stakes than viewers have previously encountered. The entire cast and crew emphasizes the familial bond they share, and the difficulty it has caused as the time to say farewell arrives. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Karen Gillan expressed the obstacles and the profundity of the film’s finality:
It’s been a rocky road to get here. When it looked like we weren’t going to make the movie without James, it just didn’t feel right at all. You can’t make a Guardians movie without James…There’s a scene towards the end of the film that’s somewhat of an ending-of-an-era scene, and everyone was crying in the scene. When you see it, just know that none of us are actually acting. Like, everyone was very emotional. It did feel like a goodbye. And it felt real.
Watch the movie trailer for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” below:
Are you excited for this finale with the beloved group of ragtag galactic saviors? Who is your favorite Guardian? Let us know in the comments.