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Karen Gillan Excited to Explore Nebula and Gamora’s Relationship in Guardians of the Galaxy 2

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If you’re anything like me, you were really into Nebula in the first Guardians of the Galaxy and were sorry that we didn’t get to see her nearly enough. Well, according to Karen Gillan, we’re going to be getting much more of the character, as the second film delves more deeply into Nebula and Gamora’s dysfunctional sisterly relationship.

In an interview with Comic Book Resources, Gillan talked about her first response to the script:

I took it in my hands — because they don’t send it over email; they deliver it by hand — and it was so cool. I was so excited, and I ran upstairs, and I put on the soundtrack, the Awesome Mixtape 2, and then got into it. It’s so good.

Gillan also talks about what excited her most about the script:

I think what I’m really excited about it delving into the sisterly relationship between Gamora and Nebula. I think that we’re going to see a little bit more of that, and it’s going to be a bit more fleshed out.

So, the hours and hours she spent in make-up for this film…totally worth it! What do you hope to see between Nebula and Gamora? Those of you familiar with the Guardians of the Galaxy comics, are there any storylines for either of these characters that you’d like to see explored? Tell us in the comments below!

(Image via Marvel Entertainment)

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