The Guardians of the Galaxy have returned for one last mission.Marvel unveiled the first trailer for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3," showcasing the final installment in James Gunn's franchise. The film will explore Rocket Raccoon's (Bradley Cooper) origins and the return of Zoe Saldaña's GamoraIn the trailer, viewers finally got to see the grand entrance of the all-gold, super-being Adam Warlock. The cosmic character, who was first teased in the post-credits scene of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,"...
Save for Tom Cruise, Pratt might be the movie star with the most successful summer at the box office, thanks to “Thor: Love and Thunder,” which made over $750 million worldwide, and of course “Jurassic World Dominion,” which hit $1 billion. Pratt also filmed the highly anticipated “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” which could mark his final marquee moment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after a decade-long sojourn. Aside from his big-screen roles, he produced and starred in the Amazon Prime Video series “The Terminal List.” In its first full week of availability on Prime Video, the Navy thriller launched in second position on the Nielsen chart, only behind Netflix’s “Stranger Things.” Family-friendly fare awaits for Pratt, who voices the classic Nintendo character Mario in Illumination’s “Super Mario Bros,” set for 2023, as well as the lovably mischievous and titular tabby cat of “Garfield” in 2024.