In the first two Guardians of the Galaxy films, Chris Pratt's character, Peter "Star-Lord" Quill, was emotionally sustained by some 1980s mix-tapes given to him by his late mother. At the end of Vol. 2, he's given a Zune as a gift, which really opens up the possible songs on the third film's soundtrack!
While the joke in the theatrical release of the movie was just how funny it is that anyone would be excited for a Zune, a never-before-seen deleted scene shows Quill hilariously discovering songs and artists he'd never heard of before getting kidnapped from Earth in the late '80s.
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ET got an exclusive look at the deleted scene showing Kraglin (Sean Gunn) giving Quill a tutorial on how to use the outdated MP3 player -- which he says was "made by primitive people" -- and introducing him to some of his favorite musicians.
"It's got Traffic, that's really good. They've got some good songs. Thin Lizzy is a group I like a lot," Kraglin explains as Quill plugs in his earphones. "There's a lady on there named Alice Cooper that I like a lot. She seems kinda angry, but kinda like stuff about what we felt like when we were kids, ya know?"
The short scene ends with Pratt and Gunn adorably unable to keep a straight face when director James Gunn calls cut.
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 comes out on DVD and Blu-ray Aug. 22, and will be available on Digital HD from Amazon Video and iTunes Aug. 8, 2017.
The deleted scene is a nice, comedic respite from the onslaught of heartache that began on Sunday when Pratt and Anna Faris announced they were separating after eight years of marriage. Check out the video below to hear more.