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Well that started a tradition with Marvel movies as superhero fans started to sit and wait for the next
CelebNMovies247.com has learned that director James Gunn post-credit scene a step further than the classic Avengers eating shawarma moment. This time Marvel has given the go ahead to Gunn to stir the pot by including five post-credits scenes in total.
Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 screened for critics last night at its Hollywood premiere, and as the mostly positive reactions flooded in, so too did the news that the film included four scenes scattered throughout the credits. Gunn has since taken to Twitter to add that there are actually five scenes in total for audiences to enjoy when the film hits theaters next month.
In 17 days, Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 will hit theaters in a HUGE way and so far the response has been”
“GUARDIANS 2 exciting, funny, gorgeous & a helluva tearjerker. For many, it will become their new favorite Marvel movie” – Erik Davis Fandango
“Going in with through-the-roof expectations, Guardians Vol. 2 still left me wishing it was never going to end. I seriously loved it.” – Brandon Davis ComicBookNow
“Baby Groot is cuter than you can possibly imagine, Star-Lord reminds me why I liked Pratt, but YONDU ?? is the real standout. #GotGVol2” – Angie J Han (Mashable)
“Mantis and Drax steal the movie. The music on Awesome Mix 2 is great and has some deeper tracks than vol 1.” – Peter Sciretta (SlashFilms)
“GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2 kept a smile on my face from beginning to end. Funny, action packed, emotional, and tons of surprises. Thumbs up.” – Steven Weintraub (Collider)
Bottom line Gunn really doubled down this time around, and apparently it is paying off!
We expect that a few of the 5 post-credit scenes will be linking MCU fans to both Thor: Ragnarok releasing this year, and Avengers: Infinity War. Somehow James Gunn will be putting in the groundwork to begin to be laid that will bring the Guardians together with the rest of the Marvel universe. Especially since they were confirmed to debut in Avengers: Infinity War (2018).