More Guardians of the Galaxy Cameos Revealed


Just so you can’t say I didn’t warn you…




A few weeks ago, writer/director James Gunn revealed that Nathan Fillion was going to play a “very small, fun cameo” in Guardians of the Galaxy. As to whom exactly he would be playing, that still remains a mystery. Today, Stitch Kingdom has received the full credited cast list from the film, and now we finally (sort of) have an answer about Fillion as well as the names of a few more cameos we can expect to see.

Nathan Fillion will apparently be playing “Monstrous Inmate,” Stan Lee makes his usual MCU appearance as “Xandarian Ladies’ Man,” James Gunn will play “Maskless Sakaaran,” and Rob Zombie even makes a vocal cameo as the “Ravager Navigation Voice.”

As great as those cameos are, the most interesting names mentioned in the credits would have to be Howard the Duck and his co-creators Steve Gerber and Val Mayerik. It’s unclear as to if Howard the Duck himself will actually make an appearance or if he just appears somewhere on a comic or a film that is playing somewhere onscreen. Still fun news for all those Howard the Duck fans. For those of you that are out of the loop, Howard the Duck is the second Marvel comic book character after Captain America to star in his own film. Though the film was poorly received by critics and audiences, he’s a three-foot-tall talking duck that smokes cigars who has definitely built up a cult following.

For now, that’s all we know for sure, but we’re certain that there will be plenty of other easter eggs. In fact, Gunn said:

“We have just tons of reference to you know Marvel Cosmic throughout the movie. And I’m certain probably the most Marvel comics characters ever in one movie. […] I would imagine times four, really. […] Almost every little character is named after somebody in the comics.”

Guardians of the Galaxy stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, and David Bautista. Written and directed by James Gunn. In Theaters August 1.

I was born, I pooped myself a bunch, I cried, took my first step, and then at the young age of eight my dad showed me a little film by the name of Pulp Fiction. My mind was blown. From that moment I learned to appreciate film on another level. To put it simply, I love movies.

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