The gun-toting, gung-ho Guardians of the Galaxy grunt gets the glamor he deserves.
Some fans blame Marvel Comics for not doing enough to help a creator who's fallen on hard times, but those close to that creator say the publisher isn't at fault.
Before Dave Bautista locked down the role of Drax in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, sci-fi vet Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) was up for the gig.
Sure, Iron Man was the big gamble that launched Marvel into the box-office stratosphere, but we think Guardians of the Galaxy could actually be more important. Why?
Marvel has been known to drop more than a few easter eggs into its movies, and keen-eyed fans noted a very weird one in the first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy.
On the heels of that epic trailer that totally blew our minds, Marvel has now dropped the first official poster for Guardians of the Galaxy. Want to see?
We got our trailer, and now we've got our first taste of Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon.
You remember all that social media hullabaloo about Vin Diesel taking a meeting with Marvel, which eventually led to him voicing Groot? Well, it might’ve been total b.s.
In the summer of 1976, Bill Mantlo gifted the comic world one small, gun-toting, angry raccoon. In space. Now it's time for the fans to give back.
You’ve probably already watched it a few dozen times, and now director James Gunn has opened up about all the deep space insanity in Guardians' first trailer.