Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Part of what makes Guardians of the Galaxy such a well received film is the involvement of 70's and 80's nostalgia.

"I'm helping to decide what projects we'll be pursuing outside of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and what the next cosmic characters we will focus on".

"We had discussions about it that", he said.

The scene features secondary villain Ayesha, a golden goddess and ruler of the Sovereign people, played Elizabeth Debicki, who reveals she has invested all the resources of her people into a special birthing pod able to create the flawless being - Adam - intent on wreaking revenge on the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters May 5, with Avengers: Infinity War releasing almost one year later on May 4, 2019. Wait 'til we see the full-fledged working-man Groot. Falling to a planet below, Groot discovers he is on an entirely alien and unknown world full of unusual creature and societies.

He said: "Groot in the first movie was a college-level Groot".

It's possible that Groot won't just be larger than his Guardians of the Galaxy form, but nastier.

Meanwhile, Vin previously stated it was "challenge" to voice the character despite the alien's vocabulary only stretching to the three-word phrase "I am Groot", as he had to convey so much emotion just through that one phrase.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 has yet to debut in the United States but the Marvel sequel written and directed by James Gunn has already managed a hefty take overseas totaling in at $132.9 million. More on the Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 United Kingdom box-office below. "I think he (Pratt's son) is more into super powers".

The sequel to the record-breaking blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, starts showing in the 4DX cinemas at Nu Metro Menlyn Park and VIP luxury at Nu Metro Parkview along with other cinemas nationwide from Friday 5 May. Gunn told USA Today, chuckling. The latest movie to get the 80s treatment?

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