Dave Bautista says Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Better than the first two

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 star Dave Bautista explains how this movie is going to be better than Part 1 and Part 2. The Knock on the hut star sat down with Mike Ryan from Uproxx to unpack this movie. Many Marvel fans have been preparing for the worst in the trilogy’s finale. But Bautista is convinced that while the ending may be sad, it’s also incredibly rewarding. Guards has never strayed from certain emotional lines, nor does it seem like that’s in the cards this time around. See what he had to say here.

“Are all emotional. It’s emotional, it’s dark, and it’s deep and it’s inspiring. I think this is going to be a special one… Obviously I haven’t seen it and I feel that way every time,” he admitted. “I thought Guards would be the best, or Guardians 2 would become the best. And after reading the script and being in this movie and filming it, it’s just So much better.”

“It’s just so much better, so much deeper. It’s so much more personal. And there’s such a hugely inspiring message in this movie,” Bautista teased. “But I think it’s going to be the best Guardians. I think, unlike a lot of other franchises, we’re leaving with our best. We’re not watered down the way we went, but I think we’re leaving with our best movie.”

How does Bautista react to all the excitement about his departure?

To Bautista, he is a little surprised that this is news. In some comments to the tonight show, he said it was a bit like hanging up his WWE tights. Knock on the hut is here and it looks like the superstar is ready to stretch his wings a bit. Numerous viewers enjoyed its time in it Glass Onion: A Mystery of the Blades. Maybe times just change! See what else he had to say here.

“Yeah, it’s weird. I don’t know why it’s news,” Bautista explained. “So this is my seventh film as Drax and my third Guardians. It was like our trilogy. We all signed up for that, to make a trilogy, and I think this is the last iteration of our Guardians of the Galaxy It’s hard (to walk away), but it’s time. It’s the perfect exit. We had those perfect character arcs and a storybook ending like that. I constantly relate it to the way I ended my wrestling career. I ended it on a storybook, and I would never go back and tarnish that. And it’s the same with this with Drax. I just have to end on the perfect note. I would never sign for another job like Drax just to get a “. to get a salary. I’d sully that, and I won’t.”

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