First, the poster:
LOOK DOWN! LOOK DOWN! By Star-Lord's leg. Do you see him?
Yes, yes, in case you missed it... pic.twitter.com/vlGYBBtQn0— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) October 19, 2016
But Baby Groot is too cuuuuuuuuuuuute! Sorry.
From left to right, that's Karen Gillan's Nebula, Henry Rooker's Yondu, Rocket, Zoe Saldana's Gamora, Baby Groot, Chris Pratt's Peter Quill/Star-Lord, and Dave Bautista's Drax. Entertainment Weekly compared the shot to the lineup in "The Outsiders." They're also kind of their own version of "The Usual Suspects."
Here's the sneak peek Gunn shared shortly after the poster:
Yeah, Peter just needs to find a woman who is pathetic, like him, who also dances. Gamora doesn't fit the bill.
Vin Diesel just spoke about voicing Baby Groot in "Vol. 2," and how it was different from "Vol. 1." Gunn answered some Groot questions in his Facebook FAQ, which listed a bunch of things he says he's been asked about this and other movies.
Here's a small sampling:
- Is Thanos a big part of Vol. 2?
Thanos is not in Vol. 2.
- So he's only in like one or two scenes?
No, he's not in any of it.
- Does he get up from the chair?
He's not in the movie, so he doesn't really get up or not get up from the chair.
- I can't believe you're gonna have him in the chair the whole time. AGAIN.
You're not listening.
- How long after Vol. 1 does Vol. 2 take place?
Around a couple of months.
- A couple of months EARTH time or, maybe it's, like, years, out in space because of science fiction?
Like a couple of months Guardians-time. Like, if Peter Quill gets a haircut once a month, he'd have two haircuts between films.
- Is baby Groot the same as Groot, or Groot's son?
- Does he have Groot's memories?
- Does baby Groot stay baby Groot for all of Guardians Vol. 2?
Haha look at that cute thing my cat is doing.
- You're avoiding the question.
I know. What's your next question?
Read them all:
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is scheduled for release in theaters May 5th, 2017.
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