After headlining Guardians Of The Galaxy in the MCU, Chris Pratt as per reports might join DCU for an exciting role.
People have been anticipating the significant revelations that are about to be made since since James Gunn and Peter Safran assumed control of the DC Universe. The co-boss at the MCU camp who is also a filmmaker has been asked about bringing Iron Man performers into the DC universe. One well-known figure that the fans have been conjecturing about frequently is Chris Pratt, who has worked with Gunn for a long time. And it appears that they believe Pratt will portray Booster Gold, the Time Traveling football star for DC.
You did read that correctly. In this very moment, a lot is going on at the DCU headquarters. In recent days, there have been erratic departures as well as erratic shuffles. James recently mentioned that he was contemplating integrating Booster Gold into the current DC Universe chronology, the status of which is unknown due to the change in administration. Chris appears to be entering the DCU, though.
Fans have gone wild ever since James Gunn discussed Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, and whether or not he would ever reconcile with the gang after the release of the third movie. The internet is so adept at connecting the links already that the filmmaker also mentioned Booster Gold around the same time. Continue reading to get everything you need to know about the same.
According to CBR, the internet believes that Chris Pratt, who starred in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, will play Booster Gold in the DC Universe. There is some opposition to the idea, though, as the Time Traveling superhero in the comics is a college student, but Pratt is 43 at the present and would be at least a year older by the time the movie comes out. As of yet, there have been no confirmations.
James Gunn, on the other hand, stated of his Guardians of the Galaxy ensemble, “This group is like my family. You have no idea how close Chris Pratt, Pom Klementieff, Dave Bautista, Zoe Salada, and Karen Gillan are to me. But I also know that I will work with each of those folks separately again.