Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2 Will Introduce A Bunch Of New Characters


As the release date for the Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2 gets closer we are introduced to new developments and spoilers subtly augmenting fans eagerness to watch the new film. The movie will be released on May 5, 2017 and Director James Gunn is strategically planning his moves to create enough hype for the film making it a box office hit. According to a report of Hollywood reporter, the movie’s pre-screening managed to score a perfect 100 superseding the ratings of former Marvel movies.

According to the Wrap, James Gunn in a press conference on Thursday revealed major development. Normally we have seen movies modify the story lines and characters from the comics. But James Gunn kept the comic book fans in check indicating that the movie would a reunion of the original member of the Guardians of the Galaxy members from the 1990s comics.

Some of the new members that are set to be introduced in the movie are Charlie 27 (Ving Rhames), Aleta Ogord (Michelle Yeoh), Starhawk (Sylvester Stallone) , Kruger and Mainframe.  The idea of bringing the original guardians together was connected to Yondu. Yondu initially had to bring Starlord from his mother to his father but decided to keep Starlord instead of carrying out his mission.

Earlier it was revealed that Yondu would also be a part of the Guardians but Marvel’s boss and producer Kevin Feige didn’t know what to do with the character and decided to add the new members. Yondu was also an original guardian and like the current guardians had a team of his own. The members mentioned above were his team  members.

While some may not like how the team has expanded, in the future both the Guardians and the Avengers will come together to face Thanos who is the most formidable villain the heroes have ever faced. We believe that this will give fans a good run for the money and also help develop a strong team against Thanos.

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