Posted: June 5, 2015 in Review
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Guardians of the Galaxy 2 may be a little less than two years away, but it’s still making progress in its early development.Director James Gunn recently finished the film’s first draft, and the his pitch to Marvel was reportedly so good that star Chris Pratt was brought to tears. Although 2016 will be the year when things really get rolling, Gunn has still been kind enough to drop small hints about the 2017 blockbuster over the last several months. However, yesterday was by far his most the talkative the director has gotten about the movie, delivering some intriguing revelations over social media.

As he’s done several times, Gunn took to Periscope recently to talk about Guardians of the Galaxy 2 with the masses. As usual, Gunn was hesitant to get too spoilery about what to expect, but there were still some interesting tidbits he dropped. Thanks to ScreenRant’s recap of the video session, we identified the five biggest things about what to expect from the highly-anticipated sequel.

There Will Be Fewer Characters In The Sequel

A lot of times in sequels, the filmmakers will kick things up a notch by introducing more characters. James Gunn is taking the opposite approach for Guardians of the Galaxy 2. The intergalactic sequel will have fewer major players because, in Gunn’s words, these superhero movies are “getting too sprawling and too crazy.” He pointed out that one of the main things for the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise isn’t to introduce more people, but to get to know the existing characters better on an emotional level. This means we’ll be delving more into what makes Peter, Gamora, Drax, Groot and Rocket tick, which is definitely something that the fans will appreciate. So while we’re sure to see more exciting action sequences, unique and environments and plenty of humorous moments, expect the overall cast of characters to be a bit more cozy.

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