Hindi retro music twist for 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2'


"The first Guardians movie is about becoming a family, and this one is about being a family", director James Gunn said about the movie.

With the backdrop - "Awesome Mixtape #2", the second part of the 2014 film "Guardians of the Galaxy" will take further the team's adventures as they traverse different cosmos to protect their world. In fact James Gunn has already signed on to do a third GOTG installment.

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Seems like in Marvel, we have a huge Bollywood fan. "Who knows after that?" We should probably expect more of the same here. Think the Avengers assembled at a diner eating sluggishly in 2012, or Baby Groot dancing to the Jackson 5 in the original GotG. Another thing, perhaps we should listen to Vol 2.as well? Why?

Way before he started kicking alien butts as a member of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris Pratt was lighting up the mats in Washington's regional wrestling scene. "So, one credit scene focusing on each character and hinting at how they become involved in [Infinity War]". "We hope the mash-up for "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2" will be enjoyed by existing and innumerable new fans in India".