Most of the cast plus the one and only David Hasselhoff are assembled for the official music video for Guardians Vol. 2’s original disco song “Guardians Inferno”
Zach and Joe give their thoughts on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and whether it lives up to, or possibly surpasses, the first movie.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 kicked off Summer 2017 in huge fashion with the biggest sequel improvement ever for the MCU with over $145 million and the 2nd best domestic opening of the year.
Summer Blockbuster season kicks off for 2017 with the return of the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Among the 70’s hits and deep cuts from bands like Cheap Trick, Fleetwood Mac and Silver, the new Awesome Mix Vol. 2 also features a brand new disco/rap song from the one and only David Hasselhoff and “The Sneepers”, Guardians Inferno.
One of the go-to composers for directors like Zack Snyder, Rob Zombie and James Gunn, Tyler Bates has scored movies like both John Wicks, both Guardians of the Galaxy movies, Halloween, 300 and more.
It’s classic counter-programming this weekend as Disney’s live action Beauty and the Beast takes on the bloody thriller The Belko Experiment.
We finally get to meet Star-Lord’s father Ego (Kurt Russell) plus much more in the new trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
When their office is locked down and armed guards arrive outside, a group of office workers are told they have to kill three of their co-workers or double that number will be killed in next year’s horror thriller, The Belko Experiment.
Our first look at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is finally here as the Guardians unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) parentage, which leads them to Ego, The Living Planet (Kurt Russell), Quill’s father.