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Guardians of the Galaxy director reveals what Groot said to Rocket at the end of Avengers: Infini
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This image released by Marvel Studios shows Chris Hemsworth as Thor. with characters Rocket, voiced by Bradley Cooper, seated center, and Groot, voiced by Vin Diesel, in a scene from "Avengers: Infinity War." (Marvel Studios via AP) - photo by Herb Scribner
Note: This article contains spoilers for the end of Avengers: Infinity War below. Youve been warned!

Seriously. Spoilers. Last chance!

You good? OK then, here we go.

We officially know what Groots final words were in Avengers: Infinity War.

As those who have seen the film will remember, Infinity War ended with the villainous Thanos (Josh Brolin) snapping his fingers and killing off half of the universes population. The Guardians of the Galaxy character Groot is one of the people who vanishes into oblivion. In fact, most of the Guardians disappear in that scene (except for Rocket Raccoon).

Before he dies, Groot releases one final I am Groot to Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) before hes gone.

Its not always easy to translate the I am Groot statement. But, thankfully, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn revealed in a tweet what the teenage creature said.

According to Comicbook.com, the line is tragic for all sorts of reasons since Groot is portrayed as a smart aleck teenager in Infinity War.

When the character shows up in the film, hes dwelling in teenage adolescence and reveling in his moodiness, according to ComicBook.com. He sasses Star-Lord and even gives Rocket the side-eye on occasion, but he still loves his family deep down in his roots. And, now, it looks like Rocket is left on Earth to grieve the loss of his friends, his family and his son.

Is this the final interaction between Groot and Rocket Raccoon? Well have to wait and see when the untitled Avengers 4 film drops in May 2019.
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