Apr. 24th, 2017

During a press event for “Vol. 2,” Marvel Studios head-honcho Kevin Feige confirmed (via CinemaBlend) that there will be four years between “Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2” and “Avengers: Infinity War.” And according to Feige, the reason for the big gap in time is simply due to the fact that Gunn wanted to keep the story still relatively fresh for the Guardians in the second installment.


Yeah, knowing that outside of the Guardians franchise, we don’t necessarily always date the movies. You don’t always know, we don’t say, ‘2012, 2013…’ We do in the Guardians because you do the math and 1988, and it’s 26 years later. But we never say, ‘Oh, this takes place in 2018, this takes place in 2017.’ But it was important for the story that James wanted to tell that they’re still relatively fresh in their new group.



Source: ComicBook.com; CBR

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