David Hasselhoff has revealed he and James Gunn were in talks about a new "Knight Rider" movie. We could get something from the Spice Girls, or Take That, or Star Lord could go grungy and fall in love with Nirvana (but probably not Come as You Are, because that's already taken by another Marvel team).
While there were speculations regarding Sylvester Stallone-led Ravagers taking forward the franchise, as with the Guardians 3 movie, it will sort-off mark a culmination to MCU's events pertaining to the current batch of characters. Hasselhoff notably appeared in the Marvel sequel in a cameo role. Thus, with a more modern (but still hilariously dated) music player on the field, Marvel can pick whatever songs are needed for as many future Guardians projects as they need. "So we're focusing on that", he said.
The retro song is performed by Sneepers, a fictional band invented by Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn (who plays the drummer in the video) and composer Tyler Bates with director David Yarovesky helming the music video. Dunn recently shared a video song, "Guardian's Inferno" which has been shot and choreographed with a typical retro touch.More news: Safe-haven currencies rise as North Korea tensions brew
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It's not only incredible with catchy lines like "In these times of hardship, just remember: We. Are".