Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 - New Plot Details Revealed

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So who won the Super Bowl? Well, according to The Wrap’s post-game survey, it was the Guardians of the GalaxyLogan came in second, followed by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, surprisingly, in third place. However, we’re wondering how the polls would have looked if Warner Bros. had decided to promote Justice League or Wonder Woman.

This being said, the embargo on Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 set visits was lifted today. And there are plenty of things to be learned - but there are some very big spoilers. So you might want to look the other way!


Check it all out below, via CBM!

The sequel starts 3 months after the first.

The Guardians are a new team/faction out in the galaxy doing good deeds and services…but for a price. Case in point, they go to save The Sovereign People from an inter-dimensional monster who’s trying to devour their planet’s power source. To “pay” the Guardians, The Sovereign People have captured Nebula and are willing to exchange her if Star-Lord and Co. take care of the beast.

The Guardians want to take Nebula to the planet Xandar and turn her over to the Nova Corps, but of course, things go awry, and that journey becomes very complicated, according to James Gunn.


As for their defeat of the inter-dimensional monster, it seems Rocket didn’t view Nebula as suitable payment and stole a few of the planet’s power sources/batteries, which pissed off The Sovereign People and their leader, Ayesha.  In response, she hired The Ravagers to go after The Guardians and retrieve the batteries.

The Sovereign are genetically created beings who are sticklers for proper decorum and etiquette. Rocket’s theft deeply offends them, and it seems they’ll go to any length to have their honor restored.

Yondu tries to convince The Ravagers not to go after Quill and the rest of the Guardians, but they don’t listen to him. With Yondu not going after Quill after not handing over the “orb” at the end of the first film, and now speaking against taking the job from Ayesha, Taserface leads a rebellion and overthrows Yondu as leader of The Ravagers.


The group will be split up early on in the movie, and the question the film presents to the audience becomes IF and WHEN they will reunite.

The two main villains are Ayesha and Taserface, who Kevin Feige describes as, "less grandiose in their ambitions than [Ronan].”


With the Guardians’ legend grown to sizable proportions following their defeat of Ronan, and Peter managing to hold an Infinity Stone and walk away unscathed, word eventually reaches Ego, who comes looking for his son. It seems he’s been looking for Peter for a long time after Yondu failed to deliver him.

Traveling with Ego is his personal attendant, Mantis. She’s described as very naive, making Drax look like a worldly scholar in comparison.

There was one more Guardian included in Gunn’s original treatment for the sequel, but the character was ultimately cut during script revisions.  However, Gunn stated that the character would likely appear in a future Guardians installment.


Can't wait for the 5th of May, when Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 will be released!


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