Awesome Easter Eggs In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

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The three day opening is an out of this world estimated £13.06 Million, which sees this hilarious cosmic adventure shoot past the £6.5 million opening weekend figure for the original GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY film, at the speed of light.

The story picks up with the squabbling Guardians fighting to keep their surrogate family together as Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) has daddy issues with a swaggering demigod who happens to be a living planet known as Ego (Kurt Russell). "I know from experience how hard it can be for an actor to do a big dramatic scene on a stage in a blue void or a green void". The nostalgic soundtrack makes a return, as does the generous heaping of wit and humour which separates Marvel's outings from DC's. Which means even more chances for Diesel to hone his "I am Groot's".

"It's smarter than most films, but not as smart as the first one". Tough sisters Gamora and Nebula (Zoe Saldana and Karen Gillan) are somewhat left on the bench. Let us know your thoughts below!

It's in this latest trailer that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 gets a retro sitcom makeover, and it is thorough. This sequel is not better than the first film, but it's still worth watching in the cinema due to its visual effects alone. Does this imply that the second film will have more of an '80s tone?

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However, James Gunn won't be doing it alone. And with Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok both incoming this year, the MCU is only going to extend its lead as the highest-grossing movie franchise of all time. "They are one in the same to me". It's certainly a different vibe to the first - there's not much akin to "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", for example - but there's plenty here to offer a wide selection of tracks from multiple genres.

The summer release also stands crucial for the future of Marvel. Guardians of the Galaxy's real trick is making us care - really care - about its bunch of ludicrous space creatures: Bradley Cooper-voiced raccoon Rocket, a humourless alien bodybuilder called Drax, the guy from Parks and Recreation who somehow got super buff (seriously, swit-swoo).

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