Credited Cast List For “Guardians of the Galaxy” Revealed, Includes Surprising Cameos

The list of cameo appearances for Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" has been released, and it includes appearances by Stan Lee, Nathan Fillion, and more!
The list of cameo appearances for Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" has been released, and it includes appearances by Stan Lee, Nathan Fillion, and more!

Basically, ever since Guardians of the Galaxy really began to pick up its promotional efforts, rumours have been swirling about which actors and popular Marvel characters would be appearing in cameo roles.

Stitch Kingdom got their hands on the full credited cast list and revealed some pretty interesting facts about who will be appearing in the film.

Stan Lee, the man behind many of Marvel’s biggest success stories, will make a cameo as the “Xandarian Ladie’s Man.” Nathan Fillion, whom we already knew would appear in the film, will appear as the “Monstrous Inmate” – a role much different than Cosmo the Russian spaceflight test dog, whom many believe Fillion would voice. Musician Rob Zombie will voice the “Ravager Navigator Voice”. Finally, the film’s writer and director, James Gunn, will make an appearance as a “Maskless Sakaaran.”

Perhaps the most interesting character news yet is that Howard the Duck will appear somewhere in the film. The speculation behind this “a line in the end titles that credits co-creators Steve Gerber and Val Mayerik.”

Stitch Kingdom got a hold of a screen capture from the end credits of the film which very clearly mention Howard the Duck:

Credited Cast List For "Guardians of the Galaxy" Revealed, Includes Surprising Cameos


Guardians of the Galaxy
will hit theatres on August 1, 2014.


Which cameo in “Guardians of the Galaxy” are you most excited to see?

Image: Stitch Kingdom

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