Category Archives: The Guardians of the Galaxy
Last week when I posted an Arrow recap, I noted that I will post an a Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D one if I find it. Well here it is… done by the guys at biffbampop.com. It’s a remedial, if you are big follower here at Extremis you know most of the comic backstory, but it’s still a great review. There’s some interesting conjecture on the identity of the blue body. The Kree is a possible choice and one I endorse. I am more interested in the identity of the Clairvoyant. Read on, Extremites.
To paraphrase Forbes Magazine, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” is about to become the show everyone wanted it to be. In an article last week they talked about how people wanted a superhero show, and Joss Whedon gave them an espionage show. Now, things are changing, and this week, in the second part of the “Uprising” event, we get Lady Sif and Lorelei from the Thor mythos. Meet me after the jump for my review of “Yes Men.”
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- Chris Pratt on Star-Lord in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (geektyrant.com)
- Chris Pratt Says ‘Star-Lord’ Is “Lonely & Desperate” In GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (comicbookmovie.com)
- Chris Pratt Agreed To Guardians Of The Galaxy Before Reading Script (popwrapped.wordpress.com)
- Lee Pace And Michael Rooker Discuss James Gunn And Their GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Roles (comicbookmovie.com)
Most actors scour over scripts and accept roles based on the character and the significance that the picture my play in their life. Then there is Parks & Recreations star Chris Pratt who accepted the role of Star-Lord in the upcoming Marvel flick Guardians of the Galaxy without even seeing a script. So what lead to his decision to say yes? Well the fact that Marvel was involved was reason enough.
In his defense Marvel kept the script under wraps so it’s not like he had to access to read it before he signed on. But once he did gets his hands on a copy he was happy with his choice. Speaking with Fandango Pratt revealed what he loved about Star-Lord.
“Granted, once I did read it there were so many things about the character that I love, and one thing is that he’s very much…
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- Which GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Character Is Basically Space Liberace? (badassdigest.com)
- THOR: THE DARK WORLD End Credits Scene Explained (collider.com)
- Video: James Gunn Talks All About ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ on ‘Thor’ Red Carpet (slashfilm.com)
- Thoughts on the after credits scene of Thor: The Dark World. (SPOILERS) (filmfindings.wordpress.com)
Thor 2 really gave movie goers their first taste of what the cosmos of the Marvel Universe is like. The end credits sequence will be an enigma to all but the most rabid comic fans, but it sets up Guardians of the Galaxy and reveals what the ultimate point of the entire film saga will be in (presumably) Avengers 3. We’ll give it a few more days, because it’s just been out two days in the states, before dissecting minutiae, but MTV recently talked to Guardians director James Gunn and he gave some interesting info on the August 2014 release.
“Everything else I’ve ever been through — failed relationships, failed films, failed friendships — everything I’ve ever done means nothing because I’ve just been created by God to make ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ for you folks.”
“I’m a very controlling guy. [Rocket Raccoon] is a big one for me…
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