Michael Rooker did not see the necessity of the return of Yondu

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Though Michael Rooker we would love to return to the Movie Universe of Marvel, you acknowledge that it would have to be like another character, because they bring back Yondu would be charged the great moment lived in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

The space pirate skin blue died in the sequel to save the life of his adopted son, Peter Quill, after which this crew defeated his biological father, the Heavenly known as Ego. Both Rooker as the director James Gunn have always been in agreement not to revive to Yondu, with Gunn coming to say that he never rise again to Yondu as long as he can avoid it.

In any way, I’m dead. My character is dead. Would be interpreted to another thing, I would not mind. Would be interpreted to another thing, but why would I want to play Yondu? Yondu had a wonderful time, farewell to a more incredible you’d never want in the cinematic history of Marvel.

My god, uncle, why would you want to spoil that by bringing now back to the character? I’m with Gunn. There are consequences when you die, you’re supposed to stay dead. Why do demons come back? What demons would bring back all those idiots? Give me a break. Go ahead, make another movie.

For the actor, farewell to Yondu and his adopted son was a precious moment, marking it as one of the most memorable scenes of his career.

The moment that I grab the head of Chris Pratt in my hands, during Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. That was a precious time, precious, precious. How can you not get excited?