Seems likely. I know I initially skipped Thor 2 because of it and only gave the Winter Soldier a chance because I really liked what I was seeing and hearing about it.
More to tease future events or provide closure, I think. Guardian's of the Galaxy's was kinda a waste in my opinion.
Frankly I don't even think Man of Steel should be included in the DC movie 'verse, it makes even Iron Man 3 look good by comparison. It's not even that it's a bad Superman movie - it's one of the worst movies I've ever seen, period. But it's done, so moving on - I don't think the Green Lantern movie really fits the tone set by Man of Steel.
Wow, this is so in line with my own thinking I'm kind of freaked out. Though, I didn't think Man of Steel was as bad as all that; I just didn't think it was particularly good at all. It was more of a middle-of-the-road thing, nothing remarkable as far as I'm concerned, but not something I actually disliked.
Hopefully no one is upset about the post-credits GOTG spoilers not being hidden. But in response to the Howard the Duck and Deadpool stuff...
Yeah, Marvel and Fox aren't in the mood to share, hence no mutants allowed in the MCU and so no Wade Wilson making trouble for the Avengers. But James Gunn, director of GOTG pretty much made it clear no Howard the Duck movie would be appearing anytime soon, though he may reappear in the GOTG sequel for another cameo. I'd love to see that, especially if they did a spoof of the Yoda Vs. Dooku battle from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones where little Howard is busting out some Quack Fu on a much larger opponent.
They did confirm that one new member of the Guardians would be making their debut in the sequel, however, and the list of possible peeps is quite short so,
if we infer from the previously mentioned cocoon's opening making Adam Warlock emerge, he's pretty much at the top of the list.
But I'd been SO hoping it would be Ms. Marvel who was also a member of the team in the comics. Though speculation has it that she'll be more likely to end up on the Avengers roster than the Guardians of the Galaxy.