Marvel's new "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie is one of the most anticipated upcoming sequels of the cinematic universe. Two years ago, Marvel CU released its new origin story about these characters that becomes a group of misfits in space. We fell in love with Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Groot, and Rocket.

After an incredible success, the critically acclaimed and box office hit movie returns with a fresh new story sets in the space.

The trailer of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 " is out. The incredible cast includes Everwood's and Parks & Recreations' Chris Pratt as Star Lord, along with Zoe Saldana as Gamora, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper and it will be directed once again by James Gunn. People loved "Guardians of the Galaxy"s soundtrack as well: we are all eager for more. The first movie's strengths are its complex, funny and witty characters along with a surreal but interesting and ironic story and a ton of plot twists, great songs and perfect moments. It is an unique saga inside the Marvel Universe and James Gunn directs it incredibly.

"Guardians Vol. 2": Spoilers and Release Date

The sequel will be released on May 5, 2017. In the closing moments of "Guardians of the Galaxy" we had Groot back, as a baby Groot, and we knew that there were going to be big things for him and now we get to see how much a badass he is.

Vol. 2 Trailer

The trailer starts with a scary statement: "the fate of the universe lies in your shoulder". It's Rocket who is talking to baby Groot and tells him: "whatever you do, don't push this button, because that will set off the bomb immediately, and we'll all be dead." With this hilarious beginning, the "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2" trailer then hints at plenty of sass from Rocky, sexual tension between Star-Lord and Gamora, fights and battles in space and, Baby Groot going nuts on someone who shouldn’t have underestimated this little tree man. This new movie seems pretty awesome to me.

Have a look at the official "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" preview:

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