The enthusiasm for the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 took place even three months ago when Vin Diesel took to his Facebook account in the same fashion. He was speechless in the beginning and Gunn was next to him explaining what his friend and Groot cast member had just seen. He said it was more footage of what was already viewed at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con. He mentioned how talented Michael Rooker was and noted Dave Bautista's hilarity, regardless of the latter's wrestling background. James talked about the "raw humility" regarding Bautista.
Diesel definitely feels that Chris Pratt was "born to play Peter Quill," while James talked about how they had to try out 30 people for the Star-Lord part. At first he didn't want to cast Pratt because of his weight and how he was more of a comedy character that worked on NBC's Parks and Recreation.
The British group Sweet is responsible for this song as it also has appeared in movies like Catch.44, Detroit Rock City, When in Rome, and Dazed And Confused. Bustle understood how catchy the song is considering it works well with these films. Now if it bodes well to come out in the Guardians 2 movie's soundtrack, this would be just the right flick that would embody that song.
Baby Groot was a young sapling of sorts throughout the trailer and is also rumored to be the same in a larger portion of the movie. It would make sense because the teaser did give a hint on how much he had to offer and the delivery gave quite the amusing dialogue with Rocket. He's trying to learn the aspects of what danger really is as if he were a real-life child. Hopefully, should Baby Groot get to full size, he'll learn what's life threatening and what is not.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 clip was the second biggest teaser trailer according to James Gunn, and the movie debuts come May 5, 2017. So get your vintage Walkman's out of the backs of your closets and get ready to jam to the latest Vol. 2 soundtrack.
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