Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 director James Gunn has stated that he has made 600 different cuts of the film to give audiences something new to see. These adaptations do not modify the tale in any way and are simply made so that every theater may use as much of the available screen space as possible. Disney’s VP of finishing and stereo, Evan Jacobs, said that the tight delivery schedule allowed for this artistic vision. Fans are excited to witness the many versions of the film after hearing nothing but praise for the original. Some controversy arose earlier this week, though, when star Chris Pratt shared an Instagram photo that was widely criticized as “hideous.” This prompted his mother-in-law, Maria Shriver, to speak out. It’s proof that even Hollywood’s top names have to deal with backlash, while simultaneously demonstrating the unifying and unifying power of film. Fans are eager to see what James Gunn has in store for them in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, as it promises to be an even more original and immersive experience for audiences. Many viewers of The Flash have wondered if this season will be their last exposure to Grant Gustin in the role of Barry Allen as the ninth season comes to a close. The actor has played the legendary speedster for ten years, making him the series regular with the longest tenure in the Arrowverse. Although the forthcoming series finale will be the end of an era for Gustin and The Flash, he hasn’t ruled out returning to the role in the future. Gustin told Us Magazine that he has a soft spot in his heart for The Flash and would consider returning to the role if given the chance. He said that he would forever be linked to the role even if he never played the character again. Gustin has said that he is interested in returning to his role as The Flash and has stressed how much he values the role despite not yet receiving any calls about it. It’s encouraging to know that Gustin would welcome the chance to reprise the role of Barry Allen if it ever presented itself again in his career. Even though The Flash’s final season is approaching, it’s comforting to know that the series could return in the future.