‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’: All the Easter Eggs You Might Have Missed

Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.


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to some extent, james gunnof guardians of the galaxy Movies have always felt like they existed in their own little corner of the Marvel Universe (though Thanos was there early on), so it’s no surprise that the trilogy ends, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, without a ton of Marvel Universe Easter eggs or shout-outs to the entire franchise.In fact, shorter Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special there are more. However, if you’re a huge Guardians of the Galaxy fan, you may have noticed subtly references to previous Guardians of the Galaxy adventures throughout the film.Here’s a list of all the Easter eggs we found Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3!


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Past Guardians character cameo appearances at least in roll. 3, but when they come, most of them come at the same time. In the film, Gunn cuts to Kraglin (Sean Gunn) and Cosmo (Maria Bakalova) playing some outer space versions of poker with some characters from past Guardians of the Galaxy movies. Among the players is the duckling Howard (Seth Green); Bzermikitokolok, the decidedly inhuman rock frontman played by Old 97 Rhett Miller inside holiday specials; Mentor of Gunn and co-founder of Troma Entertainment Lloyd Kaufmanwho appears briefly as a prisoner (his name is Gridlemop apparently!) Guardian Vol. 1; and the broker (Christopher Fairbank), last seen on Xandar in the same movie.

There is another well-placed cameo in the film.After all, what is protector A movie without Yondu?even though michael rookercharacter dies of roll. 2he briefly returned to a vision of Kraglin before he figured out how to properly use Yondu’s old mind control arrow.

Some Familiar ‘Guardians’ Cast Members

Nathan Fillion's Guardians of the Galaxy Feature
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Like many filmmakers, Gunn tends to reuse actors he likes to work with, so if you spot a familiar face (or voice) in a movie Guardian Vol. 3 You find yourself wondering where you knew them from, probably from another Gunn movie! Greg Henrywho worked with Gunn slide and another protector In the movie, he returns to play Peter’s grandfather again.gunn regulars Nathan Fillion (slide, excellent), jennifer holland (suicide squad, peacemaker), and Daniela Melchior (suicide squad) are supporting characters, and both can be seen in the honestly disgusting Orgocorp HQ scene. at the same time, pete davidson (suicide squad) could not be identified as Phlektik, one of the alien followers of the Advanced Evolutionary. Judy Greer (special offerwritten by Gunn) and Linda Cardellini (scooby doo and Scooby-Doo: Monsters Unleashed, ibid.) provided the voices for a pair of CG characters, War Pig and Lila, respectively. Interestingly, this landed Greer, who played Ant-Man’s ex-wife in two films, and Cardellini, who played Hawkeye’s wife in three Marvel films, both with second Marvel movie roles, putting them in A very unique club.

Kevin Bacon’s shout-out and vision for the Guardians’ future

Kevin Bacon meets Drax (Dave Bautista) in 'Guardians of the Galaxy' holiday special
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You have to wait until the last credits scene to find out roll. 3The funniest Easter eggs ever. Over breakfast, Peter’s grandfather is reading a newspaper headlined “Alien Abduction: Kevin Bacon Tells It All!” This is a reference to the abduction of Peter’s favorite actor by Drax (Dave Bautista) and Praying Mantis (Pom Klementieff) in The Guardian holiday specials. (Don’t worry. It all works out eventually.) Another post-credits scene also hints at potential future Guardians team members, which should delight Marvel Comics fans. After a brief time jump, the scene introduces a new cast of Guardians, consisting of Rocket, Groot, Kraglin, Cosmo, Adam Warlock, and a young alien girl rescued by the team in the film. What’s the girl’s name? Fila…which means she’s almost certainly Fila-Vell, a comic book character who debuted in 2004 and has strong ties to the Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel character groups. She also sometimes goes by the alias “Quasar”.

Strange Unknown Sign

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Our last two Easter eggs are from the Knowhere sign, which is now home to the Guardians. At one point, you can see some figures hanging a sign written in an alien language, but it’s clearly a replica of the alien language. guardians of the galaxy Movie logo. Meanwhile, a neon sign depicting an oddly shaped leg hangs in the Nowhere bar. We think this could be a reference to the prosthetic leg that Rocket stole and gave to Quill in the first movie. If true, this is indeed a deep wound!

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