Guardians of the Galaxy Cast Makes a Mixtape in Honor of the Sequel


The Guardians of the Galaxy cast makes their own version of the movie’s famed mixtape for the fans to enjoy, while another set of official posters arrive.

The Guardians of the Galaxy promotional period kicked into high gear this week, with information drops on Ego, the man who claims to be Starlord’s father, how Groot grew in Volume 2, and new posters every few days.

Today is no exception. We got another round of very officious looking posters to check out below. But before that we have what might be one of the most fun promotional idea’s the series has had so far. A mixtape! This time one put together by the actors involved in the movie, for your friday listening pleasure.

Check it out!

You can head over to Empire Magazine to see who picked what, but here are some of the highlights

"Kurt Russell: Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ TopJames Gunn: She’s Gone – Hall & OatesPom Klementieff: Fuir Le Bonheur De Peur Qu’il Ne Se Sauve – Jane BirkinChris Pratt: Whiskey And You – Chris StapletonMichael Rooker: Angel Band – The Stanley BrothersDave Bautista: Gimme Shelter – The Rolling StonesZoe Saldana: The Obvious Child – Paul SimonKaren Gillan: Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien – Edith Piaf"

And now? More posters!

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Official IMAX Poster. Image via Marvel

We’ve got a gallery of them below for your clicking enjoyment as well. Very colorful posters in the “Most Wanted” type style.

Though the movie is one of the most hotly anticipated of the year, the synopsis is bare bones and does not give us any idea of how this movie will help tie back to all of these characters appearing in Avengers: Infinity War, even though all reports suggest that the main group will indeed by a part of that superhero filled insanity of an installment in 2018.

"The team journeys to unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) parentage."

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Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 opens in theaters everywhere May 5, 2017.