Since Marvel Studios began its advance screening for Guardians of the galaxy Vol. 2, the film has only received much appreciation from critics. However, these weren’t reports published on review websites but rather positive tweets sent out by journalists.
Recently, Rotten Tomatoes published its first review for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The article was written by Louise Keller who works for a publication called Urban Cinefile in Sydney, Australia.
A snippet of the review by Keller on Rotten Tomatoes acclaimed the film as “visually stunning” and that it was “a joyous sci-fi fantasy outing filled with weird and wonderful characters.” Fans can read the full review here.
Earlier, Rotten Tomatoes’ Editor-in-Chief also had nothing but appreciation for the film. Moreover, he also shared that the movie was quite emotional.
Directed by James Gunn, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 releases on May 5th. Recently, Gunn also revealed that he would go on to direct the third installment.
The Guardians cast members are also filming for Avengers: Infinity War. The biggest superhero team-up film releases on May 4th, 2018.
Recently, Chris Pratt spoke to Toronto Sun and discussed filming his character Star-Lord for Avengers: Infinity War. the actor revealed how initially he didn’t think that the crossover would happen.
“I was never sure how that would happen or if that would happen, but then they announced it and called us and told us it was happening. We’ve shot most of it — my stuff — and I can tell you, the fans are not going to be disappointed. It’s going to be really freaking cool.”
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