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James Gunn definitely has more than 12 percent of a script, as the director tweeted a cover photo of what he referenced as the first draft of the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel script.

Gunn has been hard at work, occasionally marking his writing progress on his various social media accounts—and frequently taking breaks to follow the misadventures of his stuffed animal on his Instagram and Snapchat accounts.

Unfortunately, his tweet teasing the title page of the script offers no actual information about the film. And as his tweet notes, the official title isn’t even on the page, so don’t expect Guardians of the Galax to be on movie theater marquees in 2017.

Gunn has remained tight lipped on what the sequel will include, other than that Lee Pace (unsurprisingly) won’t return as Ronan the Accuser. Shortly after the release of the original film, Gunn told EW about the type of sequel he’d like to make (but likely won’t be able to). “I would love to do the version of Guardians that’s just those guys arguing for two hours in a room,” he said referring to the title heroes. If only.

The Guardians of the Galaxy sequel is set to release on May 5, 2017.

Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Movie
  • 122 minutes