Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, and the rest of the cast release a statement supporting their director and slamming the decision to let him go.
We went through all 18 films and sleuthed out the clues to come up with the ultimate timeline of events leading up to the blockbuster.
When Yahoo Movies connected with the former WWE star to talk about his new movie, Bushwick — a gripping “you are there” combat movie set in present-day Brooklyn and pitting ordinary citizens like Brittany Snow‘s frantic Lucy and Bautista’s gruff neighborhood guy Stupe against a well-armed Texas militia — Bautista confessed to having a “fuzzy” brain thanks to having just stepped off a plane from China.
The Marvel and DC fandoms may be sworn enemies, but that doesn't mean that an MCU star can't have some fun dream-casting herself as a classic DC villain
Yahoo Movies attended the May 25 opening ceremonies for Disneyland's new Guardians ride; click through for the highlights of the gala event and a sneak peek inside Mission: Breakout!
James Gunn’s sequel does provide two small — but immensely telling — clues about how the super-team-up blockbuster 'Infinity War' may play out.
Here is a quick refresher to remind you what happened the last time we saw our friends Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, Groot, and Drax.
James Gunn came into Yahoo Studios Thursday for a Facebook Live discussion about The Belko Experiment — the bloody new workplace thriller he wrote and produced — but conversation inevitably turned to that other little property he masterminds, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. The big news surrounding the MCU’s outer-space odyssey today revolved around Gunn seemingly confirming a threequel ahead of May’s release of Vol. 2. In simplest terms, his comments should not be viewed as an announcement that there will in fact be a Vol. 3….
Tie-in products for many big-budget extravaganzas have been largely focused on male characters, be it Star Wars: The Force Awakens (and the lack of Rey toys) or Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Age of Ultron, both of which inspired social media hashtags — #WheresGamora and #WheresBlackWidow — to decry the absence of merchandise for their female leads. With more Marvel movies on the way, the studio’s head honcho is letting fans know that those past mistakes won’t be repeated this summer. During an interview with Slashfilm conducted on the set of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Kevin Feige directly addressed the #WheresBlackWidow controversy and offered his support for the outrage that drove the campaign.
Looks like another Disney attraction is joining its sizeable graveyard of defunct rides. Expect to see similarly super-sized lines in January 2017 when Disney California Adventure’s Twilight Zone Tower of Terror elevator drop gets a Marvel-ously out of this world makeover to become Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout. The details of this new ride were revealed at Comic Con International in July via the below video, which promises parkgoers an “immersive, exciting experience” set in the outer reaches of the MCU’s galaxy, where the titular Guardians–Star Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax (Dave Bautista) and the dynamic duo Groot and Rocket (Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper)–dwell.
Now we know how Chris Pratt landed his star-making spot in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Check out the exclusive never-before-seen audition footage above of Pratt as Peter Quill, negotiating with Dave Bautista as the muscle-bound and dim Drax the Destroyer in what would become one of the movie’s funnier scenes.
Groot, the sentient talking tree, is splintering off to star in his own comic book. The character, who has bounced around the Marvel universe since first appearing in a 1960 issue of Tales to Astonish, won fans’ hearts in last summer’s box-office smash Guardians of the Galaxy.
The Clint Eastwood war drama has passed the latest 'Hunger Games' installment as the top-grossing 2014 movie in the U.S.
Of all the characters in the Marvel universe, Howard the Duck may be the unlikeliest candidate for a comeback. In the clip, which is under a minute long, Guardians villain The Collector (Benicio Del Toro) is having a cocktail in his laboratory with a talking, computer-animated duck. In case there was any doubt as to that creature’s identity, text appears after the video crediting Howard the Duck creators Steve Gerber and Val Mayerik.
A fan, who admitted that he struggled with his weight, asked Chris Pratt how he got in such great shape for his role as Peter Quill/Star-Lord.
In Marvel’s first “Guardians of the Galaxy" trailer, which dropped earlier this week and got us all super pumped up for August, not a peep was heard from the film’s CGI-enhanced space creatures, Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) or Groot (Vin Diesel) — or really anyone besides Peter Quill the Star-Lord (Chris Pratt). Sure, they all made the vid’s visual roll call of intergalactic outlaws — with Gamora (Zoe Saldana) and Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista), too.
Marvel fans got a debriefing Monday as “Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe” aired on ABC, offering an in-depth look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe to date in anticipation of their next big-screen adventure, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” The special traced the history of one of Hollywood’s most creative (and lucrative) production companies, from the big gamble that ended up being a big payoff, “Iron Man” (2008), through next month’s “Captain America” sequel and a sneak peek at this summer’s “Guardians of the Galaxy" and, finally, a tease of next year’s mega-mashup, "Avengers: Age of Ultron,” including a first look at new characters Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. "Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe" served as something of a giant-sized, trivia-filled demo reel of everything the studio has offered to date. 1. No one wanted to write “Iron Man.” The first two films out the gate were “The Incredible Hulk” (2008) and, of course, the original “Iron Man,” still considered by many to be the best Marvel Studios movie to date that isn’t “The Avengers.” "We were tasked with doing two movies right off the bat," said Marvel producer Kevin Feige.