The upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 movie has made history by being the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to feature the word “f**k.” While Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury almost said the word in the post-credits scene of Avengers: Infinity War, Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord will be the first to actually drop the F-bomb in the Guardians series.

Pratt’s Persistence Pays Off

Pratt revealed during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live that he has been lobbying for years to say the word in the Guardians movies. With a PG-13 rating, movies typically only allow for two “sh-” words and one F-bomb. But Pratt persisted, stating that he’s tried several times to work the word into the films. He expressed his joy at finally being able to accomplish his goal, saying “They edited it together. It was a funny beat. So they kept it.”

Marvel Boss Kevin Feige Tried to Stop It

Marvel boss Kevin Feige initially tried to convince writer-director James Gunn to remove the word from the film. Feige reportedly told Gunn that he didn’t want him to be known as “the guy who’s known for having the first F-word in your movie.” However, Gunn was adamant about keeping the word in and fought to make sure it stayed.

A First for Star Wars?

Similar to the MCU, no one in any Star Wars movie or TV series has ever said “f**k.” While the upcoming Andor series did film a scene with the word, it ultimately did not make the final cut.

In conclusion, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has made history by being the first MCU film to feature the word “f**k.” Despite initial resistance from Marvel boss Kevin Feige, writer-director James Gunn fought to keep the word in the film. Fans of the franchise will finally see Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord drop the F-bomb in what is sure to be a memorable moment in the series.


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