The movie writer and director James Gunn posted live recording video of 'Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2' Score. On January 25, Gunn shared to his fans a session of the possible soundtrack that will give life to the "Guardians Of The Galaxy" prequel.
'Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2', will return to the big screen on May 5, 2017. Even so, James Gunn didn't hesitate to broadcast live on Facebook with Tyler Bates (composer), in Abbey Road Studios in London. Both show a small peek of the memorable session played by a full orchestra and conducted by Tim Williams, according to ABC News Radio Online.
Gunn's broadcast shows also a preview moment with Tyler Bates. As Gunn points out, the place they were is the location where movies like; "Star Wars", "Raiders of the Lost Ark", the "Lord of the Rings Trilogy", and "Guardians of the Galaxy", original music were created and recorded, with an epic sound indeed.
Either Gunn or Tyler mentioned anything about a scene related to the music played on the clip. But it shows to the Marvel fans more about the moviemaking process and a behind the scene for blockbusters movies of this kind. Even some viewers consider this score could be for an encounter between Star-Lord and his father on the final battle, Screen Rant shared.
This is not the first time the franchise teases the fans with a video, the official trailer was released in December 2016. The trailer shows a sneak peek about the several newcomers to Marvel's "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2" before May.
The movie will be starred again by Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Vin Diesel (voice), Bradley Cooper (voice) and Kurt Russell.
'Guardians Of Galaxy Vol. 2' opens on May 5, 2017, a Marvel Studios movie.
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