Over a year ago saw it rumored that at the end of The Avengers 2, the Hulk would be stuck in a pre-programmed Quinjet jettisoning the Green Goliath off to space where the Hulk would meet up with the Guardians in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
Gunn previously shot down the Hulk Guardians of the Galaxy 2 rumor, and now seeing how it's learned the Hulk's story will not be told in Captain America: Civil War, speculation has again started up that the Hulk would be appearing in Gunn's sequel.
However, Gunn once again shoots down any notion of the Hulk appearing.
"I will comment on it now (as I've done before) - there is zero chance you will see Hulk in GotGVol2," Gunn offered on Twitter.
Gunn continued with mention that Captain Marvel won't be featured in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 as well.
"For the time being, it's important to me that Quill is the sole human (earthling) character," Gunn replied to questioning about Captain Marvel making her MCU debut in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
Gunn also offered he doesn't want a lot of new characters in GoTG2 because he would like to focus on the characters already from the first movie.
"Not too many, that's for sure!" Gunn responded in regards to how many new characters he would like to take on in Guardians 2. "I want all of our characters to get MORE personal time than they did in the 1st film."
Regarding Gunn's statement about Star-Lord being the sole human, which he has stated before, the line of reasoning stirs contention amongst the Cosmic fans as many Marvel Cosmic fans want to see Richard Rider Nova a part of the Guardians movies (Gunn cut Nova from an earlier script), and Star-Lord could easily be argued as not being a relatable human as, for one, he's half alien, and secondly, in Gunn's movie, Star-Lord was abducted at a young age and grew up in space. Hopefully a different director will want to tackle Richard Rider Nova's story at some point.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" has a May 5, 2017 release.