Do you like Marvel movies? Do you have plans for Tuesday, 18th March at 8pm? Well, if you do, cancel them, because that's when Marvel is premiering its new documentary, Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe. From the looks of things, it's going to be something you do not want to miss.
In the run up to its release, Idle Hands were given an early look at the hour-long show. They provide a pretty long and in-depth review of the documentary, but more importantly, they also released a handful of images from upcoming Marvel movies. Most notably, they showed a behind the scenes still from [Guardians of the Galaxy](movie:424073) which give us our first look at Lee Pace as the villainous Ronan the Accuser, and another look at Karen Gillan as Nebula. Check out the picture, and a description from Idle Hands, below:
Next, we head into Guardians of the Galaxy, which is a "blink and you'll miss it" fly by of the production with quick quotes from actors, performances in front of green screen, better looks at Ronan in his full costume and just enough visuals to hook a new viewer, but no further exploration past the bits we've seen already, and certainly no key moments to knock those on the fence, off. This is just a taste of the film, moving at break neck speed, with images cutting away so fast I challenge the top geek websites to gather decent screen grabs!
I know he's kind of hard to see, but Ronan certainly has a badass stride. If you want read the full review of the documentary the head over to here, otherwise tune into ABC tomorrow at 8pm to catch it for real.
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