James Gunn, director of the forthcoming MCU movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, has reacted to a fan’s tweet regarding him directing Loki season 2. Gunn as of late directed The Suicide Squad, which released in theaters and on HBO Max in August. While the film was gotten well by pundits and audiences, it didn’t perform well in the cinema world. Gunn got this film after being discharged (then rapidly rehired) from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, which is now his next project underway. Marvel Studios as of late moved around some movie release dates, yet Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’s release date was unaffected.
Now, Gunn has talked about directing Loki season 2 since the show’s past director, Kate Herron, is venturing, down. The tweet that Gunn reacted to was from a fan asking in the event that he would take the work. He reacted to the fan, saying he was too occupied yet that he had faith in Marvel Studios to discover Herron’s replacement. Check out Gunn’s tweet beneath:
Probably the greatest aspect of praise that Loki got was its direction. Herron really brought all of the aspects of the show together to help create an alternate sort of MCU show. The show has an exceptionally distinct style, and Gunn is also known for having one. The show would be a great fit for him, as it deals with the vast aspects of the MCU. Gunn has had an enormous hand in shaping the vast side of the MCU, so Loki would be a perfect fit for him. Be that as it may, since he is presently chipping away at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, it’s a good idea that he would not have the option to direct Loki.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is said to be the finish of Gunn’s work in the franchise, and plainly the director is endeavoring to end the set of three on a high note. After the critical achievement of The Suicide Squad, Gunn will probably be a pursued director whenever he is finished with Guardians of the Galaxy 3. Gunn has already revealed he is fostering another DC project after Peacemaker. Based on the gathering of his first DC TV show, Gunn could end up working all the more intimately with Warner Bros. whenever he is finished recording his MCU movie and the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special. It’s unknown the number of seasons the Disney+ show will get, however maybe Gunn will have additional time if Loki season 3 happens.