Interacting With The Infinity Stone and How It Will Affect Star-Lord In "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"
Feb 22, 2017 09:39 AM EST
The scene at the end of "Guardians of the Galaxy" surprised and made many fans curious. It's time to figure out how the Infinity Stone affects Star-Lord.
When "Guardians of the Galaxy" was released, many had an idea that perhaps it will be connected to the rest of the Marvel cinematic universe but did not completely know how that would happen. With the reveal of Thanos, one of Marvel's most powerful and notorious villains, came the mention of the Infinity Stones which were also referenced in an earlier Marvel movie. At the end of the movie, however, Star-Lord had touched the Infinity Stone and lived, and so this makes many fans question how interacting with the Infinity Stone will affect the roguish protagonist in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."
Cinemablend claims that the universe is continuing to expand and preparing to set the stage for movies such as "Spiderman: Homecoming" and "Black Panther", two movies that are crucial to expanding the universe more and more, similar to building blocks for a better foundation. When Chris Pratt, the actor for Star-Lord, was asked, he eventually made it clear that the interaction between Star-Lord and the Infinity Stone meant that the affect was tied to something much bigger that will most likely make more sense in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."
For the fans who don't know what it means to hold an Infinity Stone or who have not seen what happens to people who try to interact with it but not have the power or fortitude to keep it controlled, it can simply be said that nine out of ten times, the end doesn't bode well for them. But when Star-Lord had touched it and shared its power with his companions, it made the fans cheer in their seats despite a great number of them knowing this won't end well. This only means that there must be a link between Quill and the Infinity Stones that will be explained in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."
Comic Book claims that while they cannot completely reveal the full gravity of how interacting with the Infinity Stone will affect Star-Lord in "Guardians 2," it does in fact give Quill (Star-Lord) a purpose connected to the second movie. Learning that he was strong enough to hold it and not be obliterated, it gives him a clue that his father was clearly a much more powerful being than he thought he was. It's enough to make sure that "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" will be filled with many answers and many more questions.