Guardians of the Galaxy 3 was released on 4th May 2023, and in this article, we’ll have a look at Vol. 3’s Post Credit Scene.
Who does not know about Chris Pratt? The actor has a large fan base because of the hard work he has done in the entertainment business.
His pure acting skills are the reason why Chris Pratt is always seen as a successful actor. And although he has done many films, Chris’s most prominent role has to be Star-Lord in Marvel Cinematic Universe’s successful film trilogy, Guardians of the Galaxy.
Apart from Chris, there are other stars that make the James Gunn-directed trilogy a must-watch. These stars are actors and actresses like Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper voice as Rocket, Vin Diesel‘s voice as Groot, and much more. And the craze for the Guardians is back again as the movie is back in theatres with its Vol. 3.
James Gunn has directed one last movie for Marvel before officially moving to DC Extended Universe. And according to the reviews, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is a must-watch for all Marvel Cinematic Universe fans.
But if you are a fan of Guardians of the Galaxy and you are done watching Guardians of the Galaxy, then you must be having one question in mind, what is the meaning of the post-credit scene that is shown in the film?
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Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Ending Explained
The post-credit scene of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 shows the new gang together, sitting on a desert planet, waiting to do what they are best at, saving people’s lives.
Theirs Rocket, the new captain, along with Kraglin, Groot, Cosmo, Adam Warlock, and Phyla. They can be seen discussing their favorite singers. Kraglin goes first and says, “I gotta go with the man, Garth Brooks.”
Cosmo, their talking dog counters, “The Carpenters do not have a single bad song.” Adam picks Adrian Belew as his favorite singer. After this, Rocket plays a tune on the MP3 player that Star-Lord gave him before leaving for his home, planet Earth.
He says, “This one’s kind of special,” and plays Redbone’s “Come and Get Your Love” – the song Peter danced to in the opening scene of 2014’s original “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
After that, they all stood up to fight the animal creatures that were in huge numbers. And we see Rocket leading the team for the first time.