Fans calling for more Dancing Baby Groot can now legally watch that Guardians of the Galaxy scene over and over … and over.
Gunn weighs in on the mystery of Star-Lord’s father, and how much Thanos we’ll see in the next Guardians film.
After having so much fun working on the record-breaking Guardians of the Galaxy, the six-time Oscar nominee is eager to return for director James Gunn’s sequel.
Even as Guardians breaks box-office records, the director’s attention is squarely focused on more movies set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Oscar-nominated actor stars as the Mad Titan in this weekend’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
The writer-director of Guardians of the Galaxy says Michael Rooker’s blue-skinned alien thief is crucial to his plans for the franchise’s future.
While conservative estimates have the Marvel space adventure opening with $65 million, others predict it could surpass The Bourne Ultimatum to have the best domestic August opening of all time.
Purported end credits for James Gunn’s space adventure include the cameos by Stan Lee and Nathan Fillion, and the suggestion of an appearance by an unexpected Marvel character. Warning: Spoilers!
Shooting down reports of Cosmo and Nova, the Guardians of the Galaxy director explains his thinking behind the Firefly veteran’s “very small cameo.”
The director praises his brother Sean Gunn, whose motion-capture performance was used in the creation of Rocket Raccoon.
“I think we could audition every single person in the world for Groot, and Vin Diesel would still be the best,” says the Guardians of the Galaxy director.
Just how big of a role will Josh Brolin’s Mad Titan in director James Gunn’s Marvel space adventure? Warning: Potential spoilers!