Throughout the month Marvel fans have been teased repeatedly to expect important announcements on Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Furthermore, since fans came across the new character Mantis in a concept art, the expectation grew much larger for the sequel.
Fortunately, the SDCC attendees were able to witness the teaser trailer for The Guardians of the Galaxy 2. However, its public release has been delayed.
Marvel Studios hasn’t confirmed the exact dates of its release. But Screen Rant has shared a detailed description of the footage shown at SDCC.
The trailer initially begins as all the Guardians are standing on an alien skyscraper. Gamora is seen with an alien rifle, while the rest of them wait to complete their job of killing an inter-dimensional alien.
A scene of Mantis being introduced to be part of the team, Star-Lord is wearing his gear for battle. Gamora stabs the inter-dimensional creature with her sword rather than use her rifle and we also get to see Drax lose his cool and stab an organic wall continuously.
The footage also reveals Ego played by Kurt Russell as Star-Lord’s father. Ego the living planet is confirmed to have transformed into a human being during his arrival on planet earth and his relationship with Quill’s mother.
At Comic-con, the attendees also got a detailed look at Ego’s costume in his human form. Fortunately, a video of it was also uploaded by Ryan Penagos. Check it out below.
While the teaser trailer does reveal a lot of important details from Guardians of the Galaxy 2, it’s didn’t give a glimpse at its plot. The movie is still a year away from us, So fans can expect more information via trailers and teasers.
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 will hit theaters May 5th, 2017. For now, check out the recent official logo for the movie below.
— Ryan Penagos (@AgentM) July 24, 2016
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) July 24, 2016
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