Dave Bautista Says Avengers 4 Might Cause Major Changes In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3

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It looks like James Gunn's removal from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has triggered a depressing domino effect on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Dave Bautista, Gunn's most fervent supporter, has just revealed that he will be reshooting some scenes for Avengers 4. Unfortunately, these new scenes could mean drastic changes in Vol. 3.

Bautista recently confirmed with Digital Spy that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is "really up in the air" and he is uncertain about Marvel and Disney's plans for the sequel.

"It's on permanent hold for now, and that may make a difference in what they do with our characters in Avengers 4. To be honest with you, right now I really don't know," Bautista admitted. However, he also shared that Drax the Destroyer will be in the fourth Avengers film although he is due for some reshoots.

"I know I'm in Avengers 4. I've shot most of it already. I do have two days of reshoots. But other than that, I have some really great scenes that I hope they use. But I guess that it remains to be seen what they'll do with the characters."

The news is certainly disconcerting for fans. Although it looks like the Guardians may have been confirmed to survive in Avengers 4, there is still a possibility that the reshoots could mean Bautista's character will have a different fate. Could the studio be planning to remove the Spectre star for continually slamming Disney over Gunn's firing? We might need to wait until the release of Avengers 4 to find out.

Avengers 4 is still scheduled for release on May 3, 2019.

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