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'Guardians of the Galaxy' clip: Chris Pratt's rep does not precede him -- VIDEO


Everything I’ve seen of Chris Pratt’s character in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has reminded me of Han Solo — if Han Solo had been played by Ghostbuster‘s-era Bill Murray. As the self-proclaimed Star-Lord, he’s sarcastic, charming, and mildly delusional.

In a new clip that aired on MTV yesterday, Star-Lord, a.k.a. Peter Quill, gets caught red-handed trying to steal a mysterious space orb. It’s the same scene that fans saw in the trailer, but this is the first glimpse at his rocket-boot getaway.

Guardians of the Galaxy opens Aug. 1.

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'Guardians of the Galaxy': Hear Rocket Raccoon's voice! Plus, new poster


So it’s been a couple days since the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer arrived, and you’re just about finished combing through individual frames trying to find the cameo by Ryan Gosling as Adam Warlock (which is a rumor I just started.) Perhaps you’re feeling just a little bit disappointed that you didn’t get to hear the voice of Rocket Raccoon, the lovable gun-toting procyonid.

But huzzah! In a new video just released by Marvel, Bradley Cooper introduces the character (“Rocket has some real anger issues”) and there’s a quick clip of the character speaking. He basically sounds like Bradley Cooper, albeit with more realistic facial hair. Check it out: READ FULL STORY

'Guardians of the Galaxy' trailer: Hooked on a Feeling


Chris Pratt came on Jimmy Kimmel Live to introduce the debut trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy, his upcoming Marvel Studios film. This is exciting news for some people, and confusing for others. Who, you ask, are the Guardians of the Galaxy? In Pratt’s words, they are “badasses who go around shootin’ people and bein’ all tough and bad…in space!” One of them is a raccoon. One of them is a tree. One of them is played by WWE wrestler. For further clarification, watch this trailer immediately, and click here for a deep-dive analysis into this trailer for a movie that we can all agree is definitely not an Iron Man sequel. READ FULL STORY

'Guardians of the Galaxy' trailer-teaser: Chris Pratt has muscles, is in space -- VIDEO


Marvel debuts the first full-length trailer for this summer’s gonzo space opera Guardians of the Galaxy on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday. (UPDATE: And here is the full trailer.But if you’re the kind of person who’s been waiting patiently for years to see what it looks like when a talking tree and Green Zoe Saldana star in a movie together, then you’ll want to check out the short trailer-teaser that just posted online. There’s lots of spaceships, and also Chris Pratt’s abs. “TV who?” his abs seem to be saying. “We’re in movies now!” Watch below: READ FULL STORY

Vin Diesel confirmed as Groot in Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

Vin Diesel will indeed voice the part of Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy.

Marvel announced the news Saturday night, even though rumors have been circling his involvement since August. Diesel even posted an unsubtle cover photo on his facebook page of the monstrous tree months ago. But, nothing confirms it like a photo of the Fast & Furious star hugging a model of his on-screen avatar in front of a giant Guardians logo.


Casting Net: Kurt Russell in talks for 'Fast and Furious 7'; Plus, Bradley Cooper, more

• Hollywood veteran Kurt Russell is in talks to join the seventh installment of the Fast & Furious franchise in an undisclosed part for director James Wan (The Conjuring). We kind of hope he’ll just be playing Snake Plissken. The famously private actor has been somewhat absent from movies recently. 2007′s Death Proof was his last high-profile role. Russell has a few more projects in the works including the Jay Baruchel-starring comedy The Art of the Steal, and Bone Tomahawk, a Western with Peter Sarsgaard and Jennifer Carpenter. [Variety]


Casting Net: Bobby Cannavale heads to 'Annie'; Plus, Patton Oswalt, Rodrigo Santoro, more

Fresh off a memorable turn as Sally Hawkins’ sensitive mechanic boyfriend in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, Bobby Cannavale is set to try out the world of big-screen musicals in Annie, in which he’ll star alongside Quvenzhané Wallis, Cameron Diaz, and Rose Byrne. He’ll play a political strategist who is helping Jamie Foxx‘s Benjamin Stacks run for mayor. Easy A director Will Gluck is taking another pass at the script before he begins shooting. The Emmy-winning actor (for Will & Grace) can also be seen in Lovelace; Jon Favreau’s Chef, alongside Scarlett Johansson and Robert Downey Jr.; and the upcoming Al Pacino movie Imagine. [Deadline]

Comic-Con 2013: The pros and cons of mainstreaming geek

To me, Bumblebee will always be a Volkswagen Beetle.

That’s how it was for countless children who grew up watching and playing with Transformers in the early 1980s. Yeah, the Beetle isn’t as badass as most cars. It’s small, goofy, and cute — not very powerful. But the same was true of the kids who loved him, 6-to-10 year-olds who longed to prove, like that little battling ‘bot, that they could be brave and strong like the big ones around them.

When Michael Bay’s big-screen smash-and-grab blockbuster Transformers came out in 2007, the characters I loved as a boy were all back, and more popular than ever. Only this time Bumblebee took the far more formidable form of a Camaro muscle car.

The little boy inside me, who still keeps one of those old shapeshifting VW toys dangling from his rearview mirror, has never recovered. Since the Transformers movies are machines that make a billion dollars every time they are turned on, most fans now would be outraged if the character ever switched back.

That is the cost when geek goes mainstream. You get more of what you love, but you have to share your toys with others.  READ FULL STORY

'Age of Ultron': 'Avengers 2' title revealed, plus 'Captain America' and 'Thor' sequels storm Comic-Con

Prepare yourself for the Age of Ultron.

Joss Whedon surprised the crowd at the end of Marvel’s Comic-Con 2013 panel to reveal this as the title and main character of Avengers 2.

We’ll get to that. We promise.


Benicio Del Toro joins 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

The ever-growing cast of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has gained another actor. Oscar-winner Benicio Del Toro has signed onto the comic book-based movie. Deadline first reported the news.

Details about Del Toro’s role are being kept under wraps, but he’s reportedly playing a character will appear in future Marvel films. Deadline noted that the Traffic actor has signed a deal with Marvel that includes additional films for the studio.  READ FULL STORY

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