'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Vol. 2 Air Date, News & Update: A Groot Spin-off Is Possible; How To Make Baby Groot Cake

By Carrie Winters - 30 Jan '17 07:42AM
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"Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 will air in a few months. There are already hints of a Groot spin-off coming for the film.

According to a report, Vin Diesel provided hints that he is reprising his role as Groot's voice in "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 spin-off. Diesel also teased that he already has an idea on who are joining in the spin-off.

In an interview, Diesel shares that he would like to see Groot face to face with Hulk in a film. In the meantime, the spin-off for "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 on Groot's character has not been confirmed as of yet.

Another report indicates an illustration of Star Lord's (Chris Pratt) alternative costume for "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2. This has been presented by Illustrator Andy Park. Park has also been the one who revealed the look for the villain Dormammu from "Doctor Strange."

"Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 continues the journey of the team in a different universe. The team needs to work together in protecting their family. This is also the time that they search for the real parentage of Peter Quill.

Meanwhile, as "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 nears its air date, a baker has been inspired by Baby Groot. In fact, he baked a cake that is formed like the character. Zoe is the one who bakes the cake that looks like Baby Groot. He shares his knowledge on how the cake is baked.

Zoe of Zoe's fancy cakes describes the process on how to make the Baby Groot cake in the same report. It seems that fans are getting more and more excited on the airing of "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2. The film gathers together the original Guardians with the challenges of new villains. There are also old enemies that become allies with the Guardians in the upcoming film.

"Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol. 2 is set to air on May 5.

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