10. It Will Open With A Ravager Mutiny
Michael Rooker's whistling space-bandit Yondu seems to be in league with the Guardians in certain trailer scenes, suggesting that his allegiance with the Ravagers might not last the length of the movie.
The NME has reported that the film's opening scene will feature Yondu and the Ravagers falling out, citing Kraglin actor Sean Gunn as the source of the story. But all Gunn actually said was that, two months after the events of the previous movie, “The Ravagers have not gone hard after Peter Quill after he double crossed them with the Infinity Stone.
"There’s a little rumbling amongst the Ravagers, like, ‘Where does Yondu’s allegiance lay here? Is he going soft on Quill? So, the Ravagers have to make a decision of what they’re gonna do about Yondu". Nothing in his quote suggests this will be the opening scene.
Collider, after visiting the set of the film, stated that "there’s an incident in the first act [...] that sees The Ravagers hired to take down the Guardians. Yondu is against it. [...] That disagreement leads to a mutiny". It may or may not be the opening scene, but the existence of a rift between Yondu and his followers is seemingly confirmed.