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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 TV Spot: Meet Star-Munch

The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 cast includes the return of Chris Pratt (Jurassic World, Parks and Recreation) as Star-Lord, Zoe Saldana (Avatar, Star Trek) as Gamora, Dave Bautista (SPECTRE) as Drax, Vin Diesel (xXx, Furious 7) as the voice of Groot, Bradley Cooper (Joy, American Sniper) as the voice of Rocket, Michael Rooker (Slither, Jumper) as Yondu, Karen Gillan (Doctor Who, The Big Short) as Nebula, and Sean Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Gilmore Girls) as Kraglin. New cast members include Pom Klementieff (Oldboy), who plays Mantis, Elizabeth Debicki (The Great Gatsby, Everest), Chris Sullivan (The KnickThe Drop) and Kurt Russell (The Hateful Eight, Furious 7) as Ego, the Living Planet.


Guardians Of The Galaxy Director Reveals Ego's Powers

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 promises to unite everybody's favorite band of a-holes with a slew of new characters. One of the most mysterious characters is definitely Ego the Living Planet, who will be played in the film by Kurt Russell.

While it was confirmed in a recent trailer that Ego is, in fact, the father of Peter Quill/Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), not much is known about the Marvel Cinematic Universe's version of the character.


Here's how the worst flub in Oscar history went down

Oscar got it wrong, wrong, soooo wrong. The presenters announced the wrong Best Picture; Moonlight was the winner, not La La Land.

It was the biggest, most embarrassing, most awkward mistake in the history of the Academy Awards, played out before an audience of millions watching on TV and a theater full of stars standing, stunned, mouths agape, as a chaotic scene unfolded on stage at the Dolby Theater after midnight ET.


'Logan' Trailer: Wolverine Brings Out the Claws One Last Time | Hollywood Reporter

How do you follow up an acclaimed trailer? Like this.

After dropping a tone-perfect first trailer for Logan in October, Hugh Jackman is bringing out the claws again.

Last month, director James Mangold screened the first 42 minutes of the film for press, and gave opening remarks to introduce it. Here is the trailer and a few highlights from what Mangold revealed about Logan (don't worry, it's spoiler-free).

The movie aims to avoid superhero fatigue…

"There's a slew of films, comic book-themed films, superhero movies, whatever you want to call them, and I for one am feeling kind of an exhaustion watching them, generally. So my concern making one was, not only I want to like what I make — that's a nice thing — but I also want to be excited by what I make," said Mangold. "I wanted to make a film that was built on the drama first."