Don't Expect A TANGO & CASH Reunion In GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2

Don't Expect A TANGO & CASH Reunion In GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2

Kurt Russell has confirmed that although he and his Tango & Cash co-star Sylvester Stallone are appearing in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2., their characters don't have any scenes together.

Kurt Russell has confirmed that he and Sylvester Stallone, co-stars in 1989's Tango & Cash, don't actually have any scenes together in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.  Russell is playing Ego The Living Planet, Star-Lord's biological father and Stallone is rumored to be playing Starhawk, a high-ranking member of The Ravagers.

 Although they don't share any scenes together, Russell did say that he and Stallone were able to reunite behind-the-scenes, on the film's set. "Well... no, there's nothing there. But what was fun was, when I learned that Sly was going to play a part, it was fun to just be ale to feel that we were in the same movie. I saw Sly two or three times during the making of the movie and after.  It was great to be able to, once gain, hang with Sly. He's a really huge person. His demeanor, everything about him. He always puts a smile on my face, and we share lots of laughs. I find him to be very smart and very funny - and alive... He's a great hang. This was just fun, being in the same sandbox. It was nice to have that connection again."

But just because their on-screen reunion doesn't happen in Vol. 2 doesn't mean it won't occur in another Marvel film according to director James Gunn. "This is definitely not a one-off [cameo]. They’re both characters that we’ve taken a lot of time to develop, and they’re a big part of the MCU now."  Perhaps this is an indication that both characters will return for a third Guardians film? Or will Ego and Starhawk turn up in Avengers: Infinity War, or maybe they'll be in the stands during Thor: Ragnarok's gladiator battles?

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters May 5.
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