Guardians Of The Galaxy volume three was postponed indefinitely following James Gunns sacking.
And it looks like it could have been scrapped all together, after Hollywood Reporter claimed a Marvel movie has completely vanished from Disneys schedule.
The publication reported that a film, set to be released 31 July 2020, has been undated on the Disney release slate.
Marvel have kept their production on the down low, and have only confirmed Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released after Avengers 4.
With the filming seemingly going so well for the movie, its unlikely that the mystery film would be the next Spider-Man hit.
The other production that was in the making was Guardians Of The Galaxy three, meaning its most probably this that has been scrapped from the schedule.
Earlier this year it was reported that the movie had been put on hold, with crew members being dismissed and told to look for other work while the show found a new director.
It was claimed at the time that this was a temporary postponement after they were set to start filming this winter, with James Gunn taking full reign.
However, Gunn was let go by Disney when a string of tweets, which were published over a decade ago, resurfaced showing the 52-year-old joking about rape.
Since then, stars of the movie have rallied up support to try and get Gunn back on the team.
Christ Pratt, who plays Star-Lord in the movie, claimed he wanted to see Gunn reinstated as director for the third film.
Fellow actor Dave Bautista also showed his support as he threatened to quit the show if Gunns script isnt used.
The pair took part in signing a letter with other cast members, giving fans hope that Gunn could return.
It read: We fully support James Gunn. We were all shocked by his abrupt firing last week and have intentionally waited these 10 days to respond….We are not here to defend his jokes of many years ago.
The character he has shown in the wake of his firing is consistent with the man he is every day on set.
His apology, from now and from years ago when first addressing these remarks, we believe is from the heart.
Metro.co.uk have reached out to Disney for further comment.
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