Filming for Guardians of the Galaxy is nearing an end.

The Marvel Phase Two film has been toiling away in London since early July and according to director James Gunn, this week will be the last.

Wrapping our Saturday shoot. ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT OF SHOOTING! #GotG #GuardiansoftheGalaxy," Gunn tweeted this weekend.

While some of the films actors have already wrapped on their parts, such as Karen Gillan in the role of Nebula, and others may still have voice work to do in the studio, Chris Pratt's Star-Lord is nearing the end of principal photography.

"Today we are about 92% complete with principal photography on #GuardiansOfTheGalaxy #GOTG #Marvel," the actor tweeted on Oct. 2.

Once filming has ended, Gunn and his associates will still have an extraordinary amount of work to do. The 11.5 hours of film Guardians of the Galaxy shot for one scene may not help the editing process.

"Holy sh-t. We shot 63,000 feet of film Saturday. 11 1/2 hours of film. One scene. We're in for some long dailies tonight! #gotg," Gunn told his followers at the end of September.

However, Guardians fans may not see a trailer for the upcoming adventure anytime soon. A first look at the film will probably come packaged with the premiere of Captain America: The Winter Solider when it hits theaters in April.

Guardians of the Galaxy is expected to debut Aug. 1.