Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2 has released ten new character posters of the toplining cast. The posters include the original space outlaws in Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket Raccoon and Baby Groot. Apart from them the other five posters include new entrant to the group in Yondu, Mantis, Nebula, Ayesha and the highlight of the film in Kurt Russell’s Ego.
When released in 2014, the first part of the film took everyone by surprise with its humour and execution. The space outlaws were instantly loved by everyone and the film earned big money at the worldwide box office. It was everything that MCU is known for yet it was a like a breath of fresh air in the superhero genre. The film stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper as Rocket Racoon and Vin Diesel as Baby Groot. Also. I’ve said it earlier, I’ll say it again, Bradley Cooper’s voice over is one of the best I’ve heard and there is no one who can match him.
Releasing on May 5, 2017, In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, the Guardians travel throughout the cosmos as they help Peter Quill/Star-Lord learn more about his true parentage. The film also stars Kurt Russell as Ego, Star-Lord’s father and Sylvester Stallone as the member of Nova Corps. All this while makers were keeping them a secret but finally Kurt Russell’s character was revealed in the previous teaser. We are waiting for Stallone’s now. It’ll be great to see them in a Marvel movie.
Talking about Sylvester Stallone’s, in an interview with Yahoo! Movies, James Gunn spoke about the character. He said, “I think people will find out very, very soon. Look for clues and you will find out the character Sylvester Stallone plays.”
The director said that Stallone recently went in to re-record some dialogue and added, “He’s a fantastic character. It’s a very important part of the Marvel cosmic universe.”
Gunn then spoke about the experience of making the film with his childhood heroes. He stated, “When I was a little kid I ran around the backyard pretending I was Snake Plissken or Johnny Rambo. Now I’m working with Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone who were icons to me as a child. I worked with Kurt for 80 days, now he’s ‘Kurt.’ But Sly, we worked for a few days on set… The guy cracks me up. He’s a very, very funny guy and we have a good time together.”