Do you know what is available to purchase on digital today? That’s right! The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2!
We all know that the latest GotG movie was a pretty sweet movie. The movie soundtrack was also equally awesome. What we didn’t know is that Marvel, and probably James Gunn, felt that we needed a little more Hoff in our life. Let me explain.
It’s no secret that music plays a big part in both of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies. At times, music has been used to set a tone for a significant scene. James Gunn has selected some excellent music and has used it quite effectively in both GoTG movies. As an example, the usage of the Cat Stevens’ song “Father and Son” is super effective in one particular scene in the movie. It happens at a very poignant point in the movie, and it helps to further reinforce what is happening on the screen. One could argue that the music conveys the message better than any dialog ever could.
Since music has been used so much in this movie franchise, we can only assume that Marvel wanted to continue using it when the movie became available for purchase. Here is where David Hasselhoff comes into the picture. James Gunn created a music video featuring characters/actors from GotG Vol.2 to accompany the release of the film. As a bonus, David Hasselhoff plays a prominent role in the video. The music video is hard to explain, and it is probably better to experience it for yourself. Some things are just better to experience. Best of all, you don’t even need to purchase the movie in order to watch all of the awesome. In fact, you can check it out right now . . .
If you need additional recommendations before you watch it, just check out some of the Twitter love that this video has been getting below . . .
— JayBird (@LycanEclipse) August 6, 2017
Here is another comment . . .
— Split Screen Podcast (@splitscreen_pod) July 11, 2017
. . . and here is another . . .
— Matt from Nerd Punch (@nerdpunch) August 6, 2017
This one is probably delivering the most praise . . .
— Den of Geek News! (@DenofGeekUS) August 9, 2017
If you decide that you would rather just purchase the movie, you can check that out below . . .