A Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 cameo from Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s regular segment host Guillermo Rodriguez has recently been spotted. One of these year’s biggest blockbusters came from James Gunn’s second go-round in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which brought back together the ragtag team of galactic misfits to save the universe for the second time.
Over the years, Hollywood has been acquainted with Jimmy Kimmel’s sidekick in his nightly show. Rodriguez has attended numerous social gatherings, award ceremonies, and movie premieres, and he’s rubbed elbows with the biggest stars and even interviewed some of them, so it was not a surprise to find he’d landed a small cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
The intel came from Reddit user MaximusEvo, who spotted Guillermo during one of the massive city destruction scenes. The appearance was very easy to miss as Rodriguez blended with a lot of other people and only the top half of his head peeking out.
Aside from his official cameo in the Marvel movie, Guillermo also appeared in the heavily ’80s inspired ‘Guardians Inferno’ music video. The song, which is part of the official Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 soundtrack, was written by Gunn and performed by David Hasselhoff, who was also referenced in the movie.
While it may take quite a while before we see the Guardians doing their heroic deeds again in their third outing under Gunn’s supervision, it won’t take long for fans to see the lovable misfits back on the screen again. The team will be joining with the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War, as they band with many other heroes to help save the universe (or galaxy) by defeating mad titan Thanos, as well as his minions The Black Order. The highly anticipated blockbuster is directed by the Russo Brothers (Joe and Anthony) and will hit theaters next May.
However, if that is still too much of a stretch for some to wait, fans can already enjoy Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in the comfort of their own homes with the movie now officially available digitally in HD, 4k Ultra HD, and Disney Movies. Later, fans can pick the film up in a physical release in 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD on August 22.