Right now! We can finally see Chris Pratt become this generation's Han Solo! Plus, he'll be shirtless! What's better than that? Only one thing is better: the cast of Guardians of the Galaxy getting the Lego treatment. It's awesome and adorable and we have the exclusive first look at the Lego poster for Marvel's latest adventure: WATCH: Zoe Saldana and Chris Pratt have a pregnancy pose-off!
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Theyre on the Internet, which is like CNN but with pornography.) Yesterday, a number of sites began running stories about a recently-filed trademark registration for the kind-of obscure-but-also-kind-of-popular character Squirrel Girl.The registration was found by website Bleeding Cool ,which makes the argument that Marvel only really bothers to do this if it hasplans for one of its characters to make the jump to film or television. A searchof the US Patent and Trademarks Office confirms that the filing found byBleeding Cool is genuinebut its a trademarkfor printed materials, which is curious. Regardless, the speculation here is that Marvel may want to bring one of its weirder characters to a TV showlikeAgents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or the Netflix seriesJessica Jones. Bothwould be good fits for the charactershes far enough off the beaten path for S.H.I.E.L.D.to include without fear of messing with movie plans, and in the source material,she actually babysat for Jessica Jones once.
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#175882209 / gettyimages.com The highest grossing Marvel film, Avengers, racked in $1.5 billion, also making it the third highest-grossing film of all times. Iron Man was close, but fell short with $1.2 billion, reported Forbes . All eyes will now be on Avengers: Age of Ultron set to be released May 2015, as people wait to see if the sequel will earn more than the original at the box office. The 5 minute video from Marvel contained the companys films from Iron Man and even included the newly released Guardians of the Galaxy, which is in Marvels phase two.
announced it at Comic-Con last weekend during their panel for The Avengers: Age of Ultron. The actor came out looking proud of his new found Infinity Gauntlet and his voice can be heard in this weekends Guardians of the Galaxy. To celebrate todays release of Guardians, we interviewed co-star Michael Rooker on his role as Yondu , who is a hunter of sorts.
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"The famous image of him crying, I think, is really expressed kind of beautifully in this 'Avengers.'" Bettany has given Vision a distinct voice from Jarvis, and his own identity. "He is not Jarvis, and he is not a child of Ultron," Bettany teases. "He is the Vision, and that weirdly happened on its own. He is Jarvis, but yoked." Vision will, however, eventually have some of the same ironic sensibilities as Jarvis, with the added bonus of superpowers like the ability to change his density and being "very good at punching." Bettany says Vision feels "paternal" to a number of characters, like Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), and "protective" of Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), who his character married in the Marvel comics. In terms of working with "The Blacklist" star James Spader, who plays Ultron, Bettany recalls, "We have a scene, and it was the first scene that we shot together toward the end of the movie, and it was just -- even though you're talking with these very far-fetched ideas, he managed to find something that was very human in the relationship that was happening between his character and my character. It was really amazing." He also makes it sound like Vision ultimately will become an ally of the Avengers instead of an enemy of them.
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Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done 'Guardians of the Galaxy' set to take over US theaters 2 hours ago . View photo "Guardians of the Galaxy" has already set a record for advance online ticket sales for a August In the world of superheroes, the ragtag "Guardians of the Galaxy" are a bit less polished than the A-list "Avengers", but they are nevertheless set to conquer US movie theaters this weekend. The latest film featuring heroes from the Marvel universe -- due to hit North American screens on Friday -- is a bit of a risk for Disney, which now owns the stable of comic book characters. Rather than beloved superheroes like Iron Man, Captain America and Thor -- all headliners of successful films and the wildly popular "Avengers" movie -- it features lesser-known adventurers, including a gun-toting raccoon voiced by Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper. But that hasn't stopped filmgoers from snapping up advance tickets, setting "Guardians" on course to be one of the runaway blockbusters of the summer.