Drax may have a new look in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.” Cast member Dave Bautista talked about his character in the forthcoming movie and joked about the possible changes that the fans may get to see.

In an interview with MTV, Bautista was asked if his character could be seen with a beard, the way many of his characters have appeared in other movies over the years. The actor said that the fans have never seen “that side of Drax” with a beard and revealed that the character may appear a little different in the sequel.

Bautista said that he has spoken to Marvel about some “specific ideas” about how Drax should look in the movie, but he did not reveal what these ideas were. He joked that his character needed a few more tattoos. The new look of the character, the actor revealed, will ultimately be determined by the “powers that be.”

The actor teased that there will definitely be a “lot more Drax” in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.” The character was seen to be obsessed with vengeance in the first movie towards the villain Ronan and was later seen directing his anger against Thanos.

It is still unclear if Thanos will be the main villain in the forthcoming movie. Director James Gunn also hasn’t yet revealed the names of all the new characters that will be seen in the movie.

Speaking with Collider at the 41st Annual Saturn Awards in Burbank in June, Gunn said that the forthcoming movie will reveal details about “fathers.” One of the most talked about elements of the movie has been the possible revelation of the identity of Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) father.

Gunn also said that the forthcoming movie is a “more emotional” movie. The director teased that the movie, while being bigger than the first, will be a smaller movie because it will focus on some of the characters “more intensely.” The movie will also feature a new set of songs in Quill’s tape “Awesome Mix Vol. 2.”

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is currently in the pre-production phase and filming for the movie will take place in Atlanta. The movie is slated to be released in 2017.

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