New GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY TV Spot, Featurette, A Better Look At Ronan The Accuser And More

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guardians bannerWith Guardians Of The Galaxy getting closer and closer to its August 1st release, Marvel has started their media blitz for James Gunn‘s cosmic adventure. A new extended TV spot has been released along with a special featurette looking at the team and how they come together have been released on the official Marvel YouTube page. Gunn has also been actively promoting the film on his social media pages, offering a new look at Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser and a few words about how pivotal his brother Sean Gunn was during filming. You can read on for all of that and more!

You can check out the extended TV spot and the featurette titled Definitive Anti-Hero below. Before that though, you can see a picture director James Gunn shared on his Facebook page showing his brother Sean doing some work as Rocket Raccoon during filming. Along with the pic, Gunn explained what exactly his brother did to help him out and what role he’ll actually be playing in the film:

Working with my brother Sean Gunn on Guardians of the Galaxy. This photo is from Sci-Fi magazine which features a great article on how we work together and what Sean contributed to the character of Rocket and to the movie as a whole. It also reveals that, in addition to being the onset Rocket, and using a lot of his body and facial work in the character, he was also the onset Thanos, as well as playing the role of Kraglin, Yondu Udonta’s First Mate in the Ravagers, and Peter Quill’s lifelong frenemy. Few things in my career give me more creative pleasure than working with my brother.

The director also shared the lovely pic of Ronan you see below on his Twitter page earlier today. He had an interesting exchange with Nathan Fillion as well. What do you think about the latest goings on in the world of the Guardians? The film stars Chris Pratt as Peter Quill, Zoe Saldana as Gamor, Dave Batista as Drax the Destroyer, Vin Diesel as Groot, and Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon.




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