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Bradley Cooper as Rocket Racoon (left) and Vin Diesel as Baby Groot (right) in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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8 Comments

  1. nunya

    they do voice work they arent on set for priciple photography… i am groot is a new show coming to disney plus the character is confirmed to still be around

  2. Jess

    Let me get this straight… this article’s only evidence that these two completely animated characters aren’t returning- is that the two completely animated characters aren’t in a behind the scenes snapshot? What, did you want them to be photoshopped in? Come on.

  3. Ryan

    The holiday special comes out before the next movie. The whole premise of this article is that the holiday special comes out in 2023, but it’s 2022.

  4. Mike

    Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel have never been on a GotG set. They do their work in a booth song after principal photography is done.

    But you know who IS in the photo? Sean Gunn, who not only plays Kraglan, but also serves as the on-set motion actor for…

    Wait for it.. (because that’s how internet stories work, right?)….

    ….Rocket Racoons.

  5. Buck Footy

    This just tells me if they aren’t in GOTG 3, they’re in Thor Love & Thunder.

  6. AD

    Dunno about the holiday special thingies, but, thenmain reason I love GotG is because of Gamora and Rocket. Specially the last one, and if third movie ends them, I’m out of MCU. 🙂

  7. Ryan

    Please actually do your research next time before publishing an article. Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel are only the voice actors. They never once appear on set for filming. You know who is there though? Sean Gunn, who does the motion capture for Rocket. Such irresponsible reporting

  8. Fred

    What an awful article. As above comments have stated Diesel and Cooper wouldn’t be on set with these guys and even worse is that Sean Gunn actually does the motion capture for Rocket. How does this stuff get published Jesus!

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