The cast of guardian misfits has returned in the latest teaser trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, expanding upon the first trailer released last October. The teaser features many of the scenes from the previous trailer, but focuses a lot more on the laughs in this one, with Baby Groot’s actions being the highlight.
The trailer was released earlier today on Marvel’s official UK youtube channel, set to the song “Fox on the Run” by The Sweets. The song fits quite nicely for both the channel – as the Sweets are a British Glam punk band – and the continued association with the Guardians of the Galaxy and classical rock songs.
It’s been a busy week for the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, as just last night at the Video Game Awards Telltale Games confirmed Guardians of the Galaxy the Telltale Video game series. For those unfamiliar, Telltale games are generally established intellectual properties (Comics, Television, Movies, Other Games) that are turned into point and click, narrative driven adventure games.
Telltale games have received ample praise in regard to many of the games they’ve produced thus far, a list including The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and Borderlands to name a few. While the teaser was simply Starlord’s walkman playing while floating through space, followed by a title screen, Telltale’s history prompts the potentially for an enjoyable addition to the Guardians Universe.
As far as the movie universe is concerned we at least have an actual date to mark off our calendars for which to get hooked on a feeling. Directed by James Gunn Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 releases in the US theaters on May. 5, 2017.
For more information on Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 and updates on the Upcoming Telltale, be sure to check back to our site, and don’t miss the trailer above!
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