Gunn weighs in on the mystery of Star-Lord’s father, and how much Thanos we’ll see in the next Guardians film.
With fans and Marvel executives alike pondering an Avengers/Guardians team-up, we look back at cosmic threats that were big enough to bring two heavy-hitting super-teams together!
The Guardians of the Galaxy actor opens up about why he’s pumped up to take on the Mad Titan.
The Oscar-nominated actor stars as the Mad Titan in this weekend’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
With two of the all-powerful Infinity Stones accounted for, where will the remaining four pop up in the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe?
The Guardians of the Galaxy director addresses the Mad Titan’s place in the film: ‘He works with Ronan.’
Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios’ president of production, addresses plans for the Mad Titan, comparing the character to “the end boss in a video game.”
Although Thanos creator Jim Starlin seemingly confirmed the Mad Titan will play a role in both Guardians of the Galaxy and The Avengers sequel, Marvel Studios President of Production Kevin Feige is remaining tight-lipped, saying only that the classic villain was included in the closing credits of The Avengers for a reason.
Thanos creator Jim Starlin has seemingly confirmed that the Mad Titan, who was revealed during the credits sequence of Marvel’s The Avengers, will play a role in Guardians of the Galaxy and The Avengers 2.
Thanos creator Jim Starlin discusses is interest of seeing more of the Mad Titan in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and who he’d like to see voice the character.