"Guardians of the Galaxy 2" TV spot will be featuring Thanos' daughters Gamora and Nebula having conflicts.
According to Screen Rant, the "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" TV spot will be focusing on Gamora (Zoe Saldana) and Nebula (Karen Gillan). It has been noted that Marvel Studios has been working hard in marketing the film as it will hit big screens a few weeks from now.
It can be recalled that Gamora and Nebula grew up as sisters as their father Thanos has raised them as assassins. The siblings have fought against the "Guardians" but it will change in the upcoming sequel since a different side of the latter will be revealed.
Marvel Studios already released a TV spot emphasizing the combative relationship between Gamora and Nebula in the upcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy 2." Being knowledgeable with their background, it's hardly unexpected that the two have some anger disputes.
Despite being obvious in the TV spot, "Guardians" franchise writer/director James Gunn is always claiming that the movies are about family. In line with the film's theme, the Gamora and Nebula will do the one thing families do best which is a fight which involves more explosions than just a classic Thanksgiving dinner.
Furthermore, "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" writer and director also stated that certain elements of the movie marketing are not present in the actual film. With this, it is possible that the TV spot which involves Gamora and Nebula won't be available in the final cut of the movie.
Bearing that in mind, Saldana has uttered that Nebula is quite "bitter and resentful" in the "Guardians of the Galaxy 2." With this, it could be expected that there would be plenty of scenes where Gamora will give her angry sister a mouthful during the movie.
Despite these challenges and fights, the same news media outlet has revealed that Nebula along with the other heroes in "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" will survive. Also, it's already been established that Nebula will appear in "Avenger: Infinity War" along with Gillan who already filmed some scenes already.