James Gunn, the writer and director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, announced on social media that the film’s filming has concluded.
Dave Bautista, a former WWE star and multi-time World Champion, will reprise his role as Drax The Destroyer in the movie. He has stated previously that the third film in the series will most likely be the final appearance of his character.
And with that, James Gunn concludes the Guardians of the Galaxy trilogy. I adore this incredible cast and crew, as well as their wonderful talent and kind souls. I consider myself fortunate to have had them along for the ride for decades.
Chris Pratt as Peter Quill/Star-Lord, Zoe Saldana as Gamora, Bradley Cooper as Rocket, and Vin Diesel as Groot are among the other primary cast members who will reprise their roles. The film is scheduled for release in 2023.
Batista worked on Guardians for the rest of April and will also movie a Guardians Christmas special for Disney+ eventually this year. He would then travel to Philadelphia to movie M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Door, a Dune sequel, and a buddy cop comedy with Jason Momoa. He lately posted on Instagram that he is currently working on a script for Knock At The Cabin.
Batista has opened up a new tattoo parlour
Batista has also lately opened the new DC Society Ink tattoo shop in Tampa, Florida. He stopped by the shop in April during a break from filming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in Atlanta.
WWE legend Batista has opened up a new tattoo parlour in Tampa, Florida called DC Society Ink.
Batista, who owns property in the Tampa Bay area, has finally realized his dream of opening a tattoo parlour. He stopped by the shop recently while on a break from shooting Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in Atlanta. The Animal stated that it is his final instalment in the movie franchise. Confessing that he is exhausted and also that the shoot was tiring.
According to the source, Batista will spend the rest of April wrapping up Guardians and filming a Guardians Christmas special that will air on Disney+ later this year. He then will make the journey to Philadelphia to film M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Door, a Dune remake, and a buddy cop comedy with Jason Momoa.
Batista stated that high tattoo parlour has long been an aspiration of his. It took over a year to convert the former boxing gym into a tattoo parlour. He and Kural, who has operated in the Tampa area for over 25 years, have decided to hire a half-dozen highly regarded artists who earn up to $300 per hour.
He explained, “I’m just the money guy.” This is entirely personal to me. My career is going well, so I don’t need this, but it’s like a clubhouse for me. I wanted to build a space for people who want to get a tattoo but don’t want to go into a tattoo parlour. It’s challenging and frightening, and the average person feels uneasy in that surroundings.