ByGoku San, writer at Creators.co
Industrial Engineer and a film buff. Follow me on twitter @GokuSan8788
Goku San

Guardians, co-written and directed by James Gunn (Slither, Super), is certainly a peculiar intellectual property, even by the comic book movie genre’s standards. The latest slew of Guardians film images officially released by Marvel – which, if we’re being up front, are really just studio-sanctioned high-quality screenshots taken of the most recent trailer – call attention to that, by featuring a planet-like floating head called Knowhere and a spaceship that shares its name with the Pepperidge Farm Milano cookie, among other curiosities.

As a quick rundown of the characters pictured here, we have Drax the Destroyer (David Bautista), a “maniac” who is apparently as heartbroken as he is full of rage; Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace), a “religious fanatic” who serves an even more dangerous master; Rocket Raccoon (voiced by Bradley Cooper), a convict and lively fellow, who enjoys building bombs for fun as much as everyone else does; and Mr. Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel), a treelike being who is content to spend his days either carting around Rocket on his shoulder or handing out flowers to children. Also, that’s Peter Quill/Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) wearing his helmet and doing his best John Carter impersonation.

Star Lord ...Who?
Star Lord ...Who?
Rocket
Rocket
Weird named space-ship
Weird named space-ship
Ronan the barbarian
Ronan the barbarian
ET
ET
Batista
Batista
Krypton
Krypton

Gunn, in the past, has earned his reputation by crafting off-kilter indie film that’ve gone on to become semi-cult movies over the years since their initial release; it’s his commitment to being cleverly bizarre and twisted that earned The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron writer/director Joss Whedon’s stamp of approval, where it concerns Gunn being the man hired by Marve to realize the world of the Guardians of the Galaxy comic book on the big screen, in the first place.

I am pumped for this movie. This could be the "rise" of the space-opera again. With GOTG, Star Wars and maybe even Star Trek dominating the summer in the next 3 years, these are exciting times for fans of the genre.

Source: Screenrant.com

Trending

Latest from our Creators