With the late pop star having provided a song to the original soundtrack back in 2014, James Gunn outlined what he had in mind for the British icon.
The Marvel President explained that 20th Century Fox have been left to their own devices, even though an MCU inclusion is not beyond the realms of possibility.
Making his debut in the MCU as Ravager Stakar, Marvel president Kevin Feige was asked about the action star's participation in future movies.
Setting a question straight about the MCU timeline that has a few people confused, director James Gunn left us in no uncertain terms.
James Gunn, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff and Zoe Saldana discussed their parts in the MCU blockbuster and intimated that the ladies will have more involvement in the sequel.
Ahead of the May 5 premiere for the blockbuster, the director has cast his eye forward beyond the trio of titles he has in store for Star-Lord and co.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been well crafted, one actor explained that they were not supposed to return for Vol. 2 until a change was made.
Like many breakout performers early on, the sequel has flattered to deceive in some quarters as James Gunn follows on from the 2014 original.
After James Gunn revealed that the May 5 blockbuster will have five post-credit sequences, the director spilled the beans on which new MCU addition will feature.
Complete with some of the biggest hits from the 1970s and a cameo from none other than David Hasselhoff, the 14 songs are ready for purchase on April 21.
James Gunn has confirmed to the press that there will not be just one, but five scenes following the conclusion of the 2017 blockbuster!
The 70-year old will take on an important role as Marvel respond to the criticism surrounding Josh Brolin's double duties as Thanos and Cable.