Major Cameos Are Set To Be Seen On Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2; So, Who's Going To Join The Cast?

Apr 24, 2017 06:00 AM EDT | Hannah Jill

Movie buffs, as well as Marvel fans, should brace themselves for more jaw-dropping excitement as there will be big surprises in store in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Want to know more? Take a look and be amazed by the newest movie sequel.

Sylvester Stallone will be playing the role of Stakar, one of the Ravagers character who has a past with the character Yondu played by Michael Rooker.

Stakar had banished Yondu years ago because he did something wrong. After more than 20 years, he finally sees him once again where there will be an intense confrontation taking place in the movie. In the comics, Stakar is also known Starhawk, one of the members of the Nova Corps who are interplanetary cops whom the Guardians of the Galaxy met on the previous movie.

Starhawk has a lot of powers including super strength, the power of flight, stamina, speed plus the ability to transfer himself to another which makes him a time traveler. But will Stallone be a friend or a foe? That remains to be seen when the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is shown in theaters. Sorry guys!

Do not go out of the movie house yet at the end of the credits because movie goers and fans will see more new characters, played by Michelle Yeoh and Vhing Rhames. It was already confirmed that their characters will be Aleta Ogord and Charlie 27, another Ravager leaders, where they apparently meet up with Stakar and another two aliens, Mainframe and Krugar. This meeting will pave the way for the group to get back once again and "steal" something important which of course, will be revealed in the next movie. (It is already safe to assume that there will be a Vol. 3, right?)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will be shown on May 5 and is directed by James Gunn. All the major characters are reunited once again headed by Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Zoe Saldana and Dave Bautista. Get ready for more action and more revelation!

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