Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Trivia: During the end credits, "I am Groot" appears throughout. The phrase will then shift to revel the "translation", usually someone's name.

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Trivia: David Bowie was meant to have a cameo, but tragically passed away before his intended scene could be filmed.

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Suggested correction: Bowie wasn't meant to shoot a cameo. He was on a wishlist that director James Gunn had. Nothing was confirmed or agreed to. This insinuates the cameo was agreed to and was going to happen but he died before it came down to the actual shoot.

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Trivia: Vin Diesel was given a special "Groot" version of the script that contained "translations" of what Groot was actually saying whenever he utters his one and only repeated sentence "I am Groot." This was done to help him deliver his dialog appropriately, since he would know exactly what point Groot was trying to get across with each line. Reportedly, only Diesel was given this version of the script - in everyone else's script, Groot's dialog is merely "I am Groot" over and over again.

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Trivia: Spoiler. Writer/Director James Gunn spent months trying to figure out a way to end the film without killing off the character Yondu, as Yondu's actor Michael Rooker was a close friend of his and he wanted the character to be in the planned third film. But he ultimately decided that Yondu's redemption and self-sacrifice to save his surrogate "son" Peter was far too important to the theme of fatherhood in the film, and went ahead with killing off the character. Rooker was a bit crestfallen at first when he found out about his character's death, but ultimately agreed with Gunn's decision.

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Trivia: During one of the mid-credits scenes, we see Sylvester Stallone assembling a team of old ravager buddies. The member that is a disembodied head ("Mainframe") is actually voiced by talented-but-controversial singer Miley Cyrus in an uncredited cameo. Director James Gunn thought her unique sense of spunk and energy lent itself well to the character.

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Trivia: The wide-shots that show the entirety of Ego the living planet are actually some of the most complex visual effects shots ever, at least in terms of size and scope. One VFX artist has stated that the digital model is about equal to a polygon count of close to one trillion, as they added as much detail as was possible.

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Trivia: SPOILER: Stan Lee's cameo shows him discussing his time as a FedEx employee (a nod to his cameo from "Captain America: Civil War") and presumably his exploits from other MCU films to a group of large bald humanoid beings. These beings are known as Watchers, who are an alien race whose sole purpose is to observe events throughout the universe. This is in keeping with a fan theory that Stan Lee's cameos within the MCU (and possibly Marvel films that are not part of the MCU) point to him being a Watcher himself, or at least someone that reports to them as this film would suggest.

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Trivia: SPOILER: During the second mid-credits scene, we see Stakar regrouping with some of his old Ravager buddies. These characters (Krugarr, Aleta, Charlie-27, Martinex, and Mainframe) along with Yondu were the original Guardians of the Galaxy team in the comics.

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Trivia: Howard the duck makes a small cameo on one of the planets.

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Trivia: SPOILER: During the third mid-credits scene, we see the high priestess Ayesha reveal that she is creating a being to destroy the Guardians, and that she will call him Adam. This is Adam Warlock, who in the comics is a being that was genetically engineered to be perfect and is Ayesha's "brother." He also played a very important role in the "Infinity Gauntlet" and "Infinity War" storylines that the next "Avengers" films will be based on.

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Trivia: The 80's Sony Walkman and headphones seen in the film were built from scratch, as the ones used in the original film were somehow lost and the production had a great deal of trouble finding real ones that worked for a reasonable price. As they hadn't been produced in close to 30 years, it ended up being cheaper and easier for the prop team to just build close approximations.

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Trivia: When Nebula and Gamora come across the skulls, one of the skulls has a horse-like shape to it. This is a reference to the character Beta Ray Bill, who in the comics was one of few characters worthy enough to lift Thor's hammer. Or possibly Kymellians - horse headed aliens closely associated with the the preteen Marvel team, Power Pack.

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Peter Quill: You're like Mary Poppins.
Yondu: Was he cool?
Peter Quill: [Pause.] Yeah, he was cool.
Yondu: I'm Mary Poppins, y'all!

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In the beginning of the movie when the guardians are getting ready to fight off an inter-dimensional being Rocket winks a couple of times at Starlord. Starlord then responds but is looking to his left at Rocket, whilst Rocket is on his right side. The scene is for no reason mirrored, proven by the big orange device behind him also switching from being on his left to on his right.

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