James Gunn Says He's Thought About A GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Spinoff For Nebula

James Gunn Says He's Thought About A GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Spinoff For Nebula

While Thanos' least favorite daughter had a smaller role in Guardians of the Galaxy, director James Gunn has now said he's believed from the start that Nebula should have her own solo film...

While Nebula (Karen Gillan) had a small but memorable role in Guardians of the Galaxy, she's set to have a much larger presence when she returns in the sequel next year, seemingly as a member of the team. The assassin daughter of Thanos is arguably one of the best female characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it seems that director James Gunn believes the villain could carry her own film.

When responding to a fan on Twitter who said that Nebula should lead her own solo film, Gunn wholeheartedly agreed and said it was something he's thought about since he started working on the franchise. "I have a few favorites myself, but I agree that Nebula should lead her own film - it's something I've thought about from the beginning."

Of course, Nebula will have to contend with her sister Gamora (Zoe Saldana) when they reunite in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and after their fight aboard the Dark Aster in the first film, it's likely there will be quite a bit of tension. Back in September, Gunn said the relationship between the two sisters would be further explored in the sequel. "The first movie was really about becoming a family. This movie is about being a family. And what's harder, becoming a family or being a family? I think it's being a family. That's where you really have to deal with each other. And that's what this movie is about. And their sisters. They are family, whether they like it or not. And they also want to kill each other, so it adds a new twist to being a sister."

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