Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 News: Yonda Playing Pokemon Go
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 is without a doubt gaining more traction among fans even before Marvel Studios starts its promo activities. However, since the main cast’s interview at San Diego Comic-con, fans haven’t a heard lot about the movie.Advertisement
Fortunately James Gunn has been sharing some details and interacting with his fans on Twitter. Earlier on Thursday, the director also confirmed that there will be a continuation after Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2.
While the main cast remain low profile, Michael Rooker doesn’t seem to be following the same routine as the others. The actor recently posted a picture of himself as Yonda on his official Facebook page. check out the image below.
The 61 year old actor revealed his fictional character as a monster yet to being captured in Pokemon Go. He hilarious posted the image along with a comment saying, “Gotta catch ‘em all…”
In the debut movie, Michael Rooker’s appearance as Yonda was short and left the fans aching for more. Currently, the significance of Yonda’s appearance in the sequel still hasn’t been entirely revealed.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 movie will be out on April 25th, 2017. Although fans still haven’t seen the exclusive footage from San Diego Comic-con, the trailer description reports have confirmed that Kurt Russell’s Ego the Living Planet and Pom Klementieff’s Mantis will be playing an important role to the plot.
In other news, it was recently revealed that Captain Marvel’s origin script would go through correction as Marvel Studios is worried by its similarities with DCEU’s Green Lantern movie. Adding to that, it looks like Marvel Studio’s upcoming title Doctor Strange will also result in a blockbuster hit. A media person has already confirmed the movie to be “breathtaking!.”
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