Marvel is starting to pump the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, and the latest installment of Marvel Super Heroes: What The –?! features the new Rocket Raccoon plush toy taking on the big bads of the Marvel U.
Marvel released a sneak peek of Guardians of the Galaxy #8, that you can check out, after the jump.
Though the week ended on a major holiday, and Dragon Con took the attention of many, there’s still a lot to talk about in all the stories that hit the web this past week.
Rumor had been swirling around about Bradley Cooper being offered the role of voicing Rocket Raccoon in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie, but it hadn’t been officially announced; that is until yesterday. Read on for the official casting announcement from Marvel.
Bradley Cooper would be added to a stellar cast for director James Gunn’s space adventure Guardians of the Galaxy: Glenn Close, John C. Reilly, Benicio del Toro, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Chris Pratt, Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, Djimon Hounsou , Dave Bautista, and Vin Diesel (who was most recently cast as Groot).
Shooting of Guardians of the Galaxy moved to a public place this weekend in London which allowed for pictures to be snapped of alien figures running across the Millennium Bridge. Take a look at the costumes and prosthetic after the jump.
Marvel has been pushing their digital-first comic line a bit harder lately, especially with their Marvel Infinite format. The publisher has just sent over information about how you can grab a free Guardians of the Galaxy comic for free this weekend only!
Many of us would naturally think that Marvel has a long-term plan when it comes to their movie-verse, but would you think they have it planned out till 2021? Or, that The Avengers was planned out in 2006? Kevin Feige dropped knowledge like that and more in a recent interview and we have highlights for you after the jump.
If you want even more pictures from Marvel Studios presentation at the San Diego Comic-Con (including pictures of a bald Karen Gillan), take the jump now!
Once Joss Whedon surprised everyone at the Marvel Studios Hall H panel Saturday night by announcing the Avengers sequel would be titled Avengers: Age of Ultron, it seemed that the mid-credits teaser of Thanos lurking around had all been for naught. Though not it has been confirmed Thanos will be in a movie, just not Avengers like we had believed.
Guardians of the Galaxy has gotten a lot of attention weekend. Now, a number of pics showing off the costuming for Starlord, Nova, and one or two other characters have been seen. Take the jump for a look and then figure out who belongs to what.
While we still don’t have any of the Guardians of the Galaxy footage shown at the Hall H panel last night, Marvel has released a wonderful piece of concept art to try and satisfy those that weren’t in San Diego last night.