Perhaps Gunn directed this teaser, perhaps not; but the fact that it hasnt been included in any preview screenings suggests that it doesnt have much to do with the film its attached to. So can we finally all admit that these things arent really part of any movie and instead just serve as artful little ads? The first Marvel teaserdropping in Nick Fury at the end of Iron Manwas a brilliant gambit to announce what was, at that point, a half-formed idea about a whole Avengers universe to build up. The fan reaction was so positive, Marvel included a new teaser at the end of every movies credit sequence, but its never come close to replicating the excitement and surprise that came with seeing Samuel L. Jackson, in an eyepatch, talking about the Avengers Initiative. Iron Man 2 ended with a wink at the upcoming Thor.
Guardians of the Galaxy Is a Bratty Star Wars - TIME
We would have brought in another writer to keep working. Ill say a few things: one, the reason were here is because of the draft Nicole Perlman, who has credit on this film, wrote when she was part of our writers program. Thats what moved us along, but there were things that we wanted to change. Thats why Brian Lynch and I believe another writer came on board and did a version. Kevin Feige went on to say that though a number of writers worked on Guardians of the Galaxy, the film is 100 percent James Gunn. Feige said the bones of the film are what Nicole Perlman brought to it, but the soul of the film is all Gunn. Smith then asked Kevin if Marvel would ever consider giving a director on any of its films final cut.
Its a bit of a botch. Think Star Wars but way brattier. The leader is Peter Quill (Chris Pratt of Parks and Recreation), an earthling of the Han SoloIndy stripe who calls himself Starlord, Legendary Outlaw but commands little fear or respect.