Zoe Saldana said goodbye to Gamora and the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy in Volume 3 and commented on her character’s “bittersweet” ending.
Zoe Saldana say goodbye to the franchise guardians of the galaxy with Volume 3, the last chapter written and written James Gunn who has now left the Marvel Universe to lead the DC Universe. At this point, in fact, the future of the Guardians is unclear, but Zoe Saldana is quite convinced that she has now completed her journey with Gamora. The actress has repeatedly stated that she is ready to leave this experience behind, and in a recent interview, she commented bittersweet finish of his character.
Guardians of the Galaxy, Zoe Saldana Faces Gamora’s Bittersweet Ending
Guardians of the Galaxy, Part 3 he drew an important line for all the protagonists involved. Peter Quill, for example, decided to give his family a second chance and returned to Earth, but given the final post-credits scene, we know that sooner or later he will reappear in the Marvel Universe for the project. spin-off dedicated to Star-Lord. Instead, the other characters chose to take the third film as a goodbye, and that’s the case of Zoe Saldana. Actress also involved in the franchise Avatars, explained that she was ready to leave Gamora. Moreover, the version of this character that is present in the third volume is different from the one that was introduced from the beginning. Peter Quill’s Gamora died at the hands of Thanos, but the MCU hasn’t done without the character, introducing her past variant to Avengers: Endgame and then in vol. 3. Despite Peter Quill’s difficulties, Gamora found her dimension, content Ravager family, but he also shared a special and intense moment with Peter Quill, clearing up their sentimental status once and for all. In an interview with Hollywood ReporterZoe Saldana commented on this farewell:
Of course, it was a bitter decision. I wanted to make sure that in the last chapter, Gamora was around and found a way to become a Guardian again. But it seemed like the right way to say goodbye to what she’d been through. In the end, no matter which multiverse she comes from, she will still have the same experience with Thanos and will be left with the same guilt and trauma. So she finally found comfort with the Ravagers and felt more open than ever.
As for the chapter with Peter Quill, played by Chris PrattZoe Saldana then added:
I think the whole thing with Peter upset her because even though she didn’t remember who he was, she had a feeling that he must be special. And I appreciated it, because it gave us hope that if the Guardians turned to the Ravagers for help again, maybe Gamora and Peter would find a way to get back into each other’s lives, if only as friends.