Based on Ruhlman's statement, after Gunn exposed Cyrus" role, he said, "I was watching "The Voice, ' and I thought she's so likable, and her voice is awesome, she's got the best voice".
"I really like all the Warner Bros. movies", Pratt said to us at last week's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 junket.
"Well, so far, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 still is the biggest spectacle movie of all time - that is all time up until now". And in case you were wondering, Baby Groot is as cute as you would expect.
Of course, Pratt couldn't resist capping his comments off with a little Star-Lord sass and self-promotion. Even the standard issue "Marvel shirtless scene" is amusing, but the film doesn't just rely on humor and has a strong emotional component.
Speaking at the film's premiere at London's Eventim Apollo on Monday, he told the Press Association: "I am an emotional person and putting that depth into the character meant a lot to me as an actor and as a person".
"I heard that she's uncredited and a voice somewhere". Unfortunately, my only qualm with the film is his character.
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But the new one - and this is meant as a heartfelt compliment - looks like an explosion in a nursery school craft cupboard. Since the first film was released in 2014, the Marvel Cinematic Universe involved an original group of superheroes.
"It's really fucking hard to do", Pratt said, "And it's kind of a miracle that anyone's got it right".
Do not go out of the movie house yet at the end of the credits because movie goers and fans will see more new characters, played by Michelle Yeoh and Vhing Rhames.
The plot centers on Peter's long-awaited reunion with his father, an ancient god called Ego (Kurt Russell), who is the life force of a planet, and his tense relationship with his adopted father figure, the fin-headed Yondu (Michael Rooker). Because of that, the film is still a great success. Take a look and be amazed by the newest movie sequel.
Marvel's Star-Lord has some ideas for the DC Extended Universe, specifically "Suicide Squad". That emotion does not come at the expense of humor.
At his side was James Gunn, the man who cast him.
When Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy arrived in 2014, this oddball gang of aliens caught everyone off guard.