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Get ready for adventure!

Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) and his crew are back for more adventures in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2." Let's obsess over the new trailer, shall we? Warning: possible spoilers ahead!

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Retro game to the rescue

Hey, that sure looks a lot like Mattel's classic handheld football game.

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The Abilisk is airborne

This tentacled, multi-toothed, inter-dimensional beast is the Abilisk. The Guardians have been hired to take it down.

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Gamora keeps her cool

Gamora (Zoe Saldana) is "the voice of reason" in the group, but she also knows how to shoot extra-large weapons.

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Open wide!

The Abilisk has many rows of sharp teeth waiting to chomp on anyone who dares to fight it, as Drax (Dave Bautista) soon learns.

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Awww... it's Baby Groot!

Baby Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel) is adorable and helpful as he plugs in the amps.

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Say hello to the Sovereign leaders

An impressive throne room for the golden leaders of Sovereign who ask the Guardians for help in battling the Abilisk.

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Big blue smile

Yondu (Michael Rooker) has the kind of grin that makes you wonder if he can be trusted.

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Standing in front of the Sovereign

With Star-Lord and the gang looking rather guilty in front of the Sovereign, one has to wonder whether Rocket or Nebula is to blame?

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Rocket lets fly with the insults

Leave it to Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) to insult and steal from a group of golden aliens.

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An ally or a villain?

Ayesha (Elizabeth Debicki) the Golden High Priestess of the Sovereign People, who originally asks the Guardians for their help, doesn't look too pleased with them.

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Buckle up, Baby Groot

Baby Groot looks adorable sitting in his chair, but he better get that seat belt on quickly.

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Kaboom!

It's not a "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie without a massive explosion. Here we see the destruction of the Ravager spaceship Eclector.

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Welcome to the planet of...?

Which lush planet is this in the trailer?

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"We're family."

The gang's all here including newcomer Mantis (Pom Klementieff).

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Nebula's smirk

Nebula (Karen Gillan) isn't the kind of gal to let things slide, especially where her sibling Gamora is concerned.

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A shocking introduction

"After all these years, I've found you," says a voice off camera to Star-Lord and his crew.

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"I'm your dad, Peter."

It's Star-Lord's dad! Kurt Russell plays Ego, the father of Peter Quill.

"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" will be released April 28 in the UK and May 5 internationally.

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