Zoe Saldaña won’t grieve at losing an aspect of her Marvel character Gamora when the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise comes to an end in its third installment in 2023.
Saldaña played the all-green adopted daughter of Thanos in Gunn’s fantasy trilogy starring Chris Pratt and Dave Bautista.
It’s unclear if she’ll reprise her role after that Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 However, a new interview with will be published next year diversitySaldaña said she won’t miss the vanity chair.
“I can’t say no to anything but that green makeup? I wouldn’t be upset if it didn’t happen again,” she said.
“I miss Gamora, but I don’t miss 3:30 a.m. calls and five-hour makeup sessions and trips to the dermatologist afterwards.”
However, Saldaña explained that the connection fans have to her character is worth the hours in makeup.
“Anytime you know that eight-year-old or that dad and that mom or those Generations fans who remind me that what I did was special to them, that doesn’t make me cynical about Marvel. It makes me understand that younger audiences shouldn’t be overlooked anymore,” she said.
“They have feelings too, and if something affects them just because we think it’s stupid or immature or naughty, it doesn’t mean it’s not special.”
The cast of The Guardians will appear next in The Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas Special on Disney+ on November 25th.
James Gunn previously teased that the upcoming Christmas special will introduce one of the “greatest MCU characters of all time”.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/zoe-saldana-guardians-of-the-galaxy-gamora-b2227543.html Zoe Saldaña reveals why she ‘won’t be upset’ if her Guardians of the Galaxy character didn’t return for another movie