That's when we see, for the first time on screen since 1986, Howard the Duck, who looks much different than his previous big screen incarnation. A disgusted Howard looks at the Collector and asks, "Why do you let him do that? Lick your face like that?" And fade to black.
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A third Avengers movie, titled Civil War, would be released by Marvel Studios in 2018 along with World War Hulk. Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and The Inhumans would all be stand-alone or first-in-series releases in the Marvel universe. After #DoctorStrange , Black Panther would make a good standalone #Marvel Phase 3 Movie. pic.twitter.com/Ks1TfPaieV mark multifandom guy (@markoanghel) June 22, 2014 As The Inquisitr has previously reported, Marvel officially announced the release dates for a number of untitled films through 2019 several weeks ago. Some of those release dates have already been given confirmed titles by Marvel, lending credibility to the image. At San Diego Comic-Con 2014, Marvel Studios confirmed a sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy, which is the same as the one represented in the photo. While Captain America 3 has not had an official title announced by Marvel, it is nonetheless legitimately scheduled for 2016.
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Okay: The scene at the end features Howard the Duck, a comic book character created in 1973 and captured famously (or infamously) in the 1986 live-action film "Howard the Duck." The superpower-less (albeit martial arts-trained) duck is found in the now-destroyed lair of Benicio del Toro's Collector. While Marvel hadn't officially announced who voiced the character in the short scene, Nerdist reports that it's none other than Seth Green. Will the "Robot Chicken" creator reprise the character in another Marvel film?
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The movie had an opening day of $37.8 million, beating The Rock's Hercules by $10 million. The Hercules numbers include the entire opening weekend but Guardians did open in 500 more theaters. Hercules is expected to be at $52 million when this weekend is over.
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Orbs, explosions, huge spacecraft ... all of this has been seen. There are a handful of very pretty shots Gunn seems to have a fondness for floating and uses it in several places to lovely effect and there's a nicely manic fight sequence between Quill and Gamora early on. But the branding of the Marvel Universe is certainly more consistent and more easily felt visually than tonally. That music, on the other hand, is deftly chosen. Everybody from Stanley Kubrick to Michael Moore has done the bit where you play upbeat music over downbeat images for a kick of irony, but there are a few places in Guardians where songs, including "Hooked On A Feeling" (admittedly a well-worn weapon at this point), create a more complex sensation than the expected orchestral soundtrack would have. And while the other Marvel movies are similarly contemporary, they're also much more Earth-bound; it's a funny feeling in a good way to see people having epic battles over ancient artifacts in space and have the music create such a temporal link to this particular man's lost life on Earth.