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Dave Bautista isn't just content with starring in a Marvel and James Bond film, he wants to appear in Star Wars too.
Interstellar star Matthew McConaughey was being looked at to play a villain in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but he turned down the role. Here are the evildoers we think Marvel might have wanted him to breathe life into.
Guardians of the Galaxy became a hit for Marvel by doing its own thing. Sure, it had references to the grander Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it was very much a self-contained film. Moving towards the sequel, writer-director James Gunn plans on staying true to that aesthetic ó even if many of us what it to lead into Avengers: Infinity War.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the coming years. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years worth of Marvel Studios films, which encompass the remainder of Phase 2 and the officially announced Phase 3 lineup.
Aside from the five core characters, itís difficult to gage who will be back for Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2. As we inch closer to the start if production, it seems as though one major character will be joining the intergalactic band of superhero misfits: The Collector.
In addition to the main players from Guardians of the Galaxy returning for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, several supporting characters will also be coming back, including this key character.
From the overt inclusion of The Mad Titan Thanos, to the brief appearance of Cosmo in one of The Collectorís cages, thereís unlimited minutiae for fans to dissect in James Gunn's Marvel films. Not every reference gets to make it, however, and sometimes the reasons are hilarious.
James Gunn just confirmed that Vin Diesel will reprise his role as Groot, the eight foot tall alien tree with a limited vocabulary, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but with only three words in his lexicon, some have wondered why.
Nearly all of the major creative talent from the Guardians of the Galaxy are coming back for the sequel, including this key collaborator who helped set the tone.
When it was released last summer, James Gunnís Guardians of the Galaxy filled us with a lot of emotions. Certainly chief among them was exhilaration, as the movie is incredibly action-packed and fun, but audiences also got doses of empathy/heartbreak (especially during the sequences with Chris Prattís Peter Quill and his mother), and even a bit of perplexity.
Today marks the one year anniversary of the release of Marvelís unexpected hit Guardians of the Galaxy. To mark the occasion, James Gunn wrote a touching letter to his fans, and itís truly something of beauty. Get your tissues ready, this is definitely a tearjerker.
With the exception of the Iron Man movies, Marvel Studios has largely stayed away from putting numbers in their sequel titles, instead opting for more creative subheads like The Dark World, The Winter Soldier, and Age of Ultron. That, however, won't be the case for the future of the Guardians of the Galaxy series.
Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has been promising new and exciting changes ahead for the franchise. As progress is made on the sequel to his Marvel Cinematic hit, the director loves to tease fans with news on whatís to come. And this time around, the director emphasized just how different Guardians of the Galaxy 2 will be from its predecessor.
Though he was only in the movie for a short amount of time, and largely served to provide some very important exposition, Benicio Del Toro gave one of the most fascinating performances in Guardians of the Galaxy. But while the character emerged as a fan favorite, it seems that the actor's future with the franchise is a bit murky.
James Gunn took to Periscope recently to talk about Guardians of the Galaxy 2 with the masses, and dropped some interesting tidbits. Here are the five biggest things revelations he provided for the highly-anticipated sequel.
James Gunn announced earlier this week that he has finished the first draft of Guardians of the Galaxy 2, but now the director has revealed that Marvel Studios had an unusual response to his pitch for the 2017 blockbuster.
Chris Pratt really can't say much about Guardians of the Galaxy 2, but what he has noted is that writer/director James Gunn's idea for the sequel actually brought tears to his eyes.
Guardians of the Galaxy successfully served as the first substantive delve into the Marvel Cinematic Universeís ďcosmicĒ theater. The filmís star, Chris Pratt, hopes the teamís future exploits donít lead them back to Star-Lordís home planet.
There are no two ways about it: James Gunnís Guardians of the Galaxy turned out to be an absolutely massive hit. Not only did it earn some of the best reviews of 2014 so far, it also turned out to be massively popular with movie-goers and a box office smash.
James Gun has confirmed that two Guardians Of The Galaxy villains won't feature in the sequel. And it's all Fox's fault.