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Warning: There are spoilers ahead for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”

The “Guardians of the Galaxy” sequel has a lot of cameos from big stars, from Sylvester Stallone to David Hasselhoff. But because of makeup, background cameos, or uncredited roles, there are even more celebrities that may go unnoticed the first time you see the movie. 

Keep reading to see who you should keep an eye out for while watching.

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Miley Cyrus has an uncredited role in one of the film’s end-credits.

Cyrus voices the disembodied head, Mainframe, in one of the movie’s five end-credits scenes.

It was director James Gunn’s idea to add the singer into the movie after catching her on TV.

“I was watching ‘The Voice’ and I [thought] she’s so likable and her voice is awesome, she’s got the best voice,” Gunn told reporter Sarah Ruhlman. “And then I asked Kevin [Feige], what do you think about casting Miley Cyrus as the voice of Mainframe? He was like well if you think we can get her … and I got her to do it.”

Gunn told Buzzfeed there’s a chance of Cyrus returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a larger role as well.

Rob Zombie plays an unseen Ravager.

“Rob’s a friend, and he appeared in my first movie, ‘Slither,’ so now it’s become my signature,” Gunn told Fast Company. “But I love putting a lot of stuff in my movies for fans. In ‘Slither,’ every street sign referenced a classic horror film. There were hundreds of them. I’m in service to those people who want to watch a movie again and again.”

Zombie lent his voice to the first film as well. 

Director James Gunn’s father, Jim Gunn Sr., and his mother, Leota Gunn, are credited as playing “weird old man” and “weird old man’s mistress.”

It only makes sense for a movie about fathers and son. It’s not clear where the two appear in the film.

Gunn is pretty close with his family and has shared sweet messages about, what he calls, his “dysfunctional” family on Facebook. His brother Sean Gunn has also been in both “Guardians” films doing double time as both one of the Ravagers and a stand-in for Rocket Raccoon. 


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