James Gunn Shares Another Image From The Set Of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

James Gunn Shares Another Image From The Set Of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

James Gunn has dropped another behind the scenes image from Guardians of the Galaxy. This time he shows off the exterior set of the Kyln prison seen in the trailers. Hit the jump to read what the director had to say about this set! Check it out.

Here's what the director said about this set,"The exterior of the Kyln prison walkway, which leads prisoners into the Kyln itself (a much bigger structure four levels high I was standing on to take this picture). The Kyln set was composed of 350,000 pounds of steel. The only way we could afford to do it was to buy the steel, build the set, and then melt the steel down and sell it back. Amazingly, the Kyln was only our third or fourth biggest set. " Are you guys pumped for Guardians of the Galaxy?
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is presented by Marvel Studios and stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper as the voice of Rocket, Vin Diesel as the voice of Groot, Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, Karen Gilian, Djimon Hounsou with John C. Reilly, Glenn Close as Commander Rael and Benicio del Toro as The Collector. Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, the film opens August 1, 2014.


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LordMushu - 7/5/2014, 9:58 AM
Nice find! !
NovaCorpsFan - 7/5/2014, 10:00 AM
He's putting them on Facebook, these articles must be mroe like a race than anything else.
KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 10:04 AM
also someone posted the description of the footae at disneyland...

"The scene starts with a shot of the planet, don't remember the name. Then Star-Lord's ship lands, he gets out and walks through a wasteland looking surface, with geysers and crags all over the place. Then takes out a device that projects an image of the civilization that I assume lived there at one point. Think of the holographic images in Star Wars, but over a large area. It shows people walking around, and buildings that used to be there. He then enters a cave or building, or building that's become a cave, then takes off his mask, and puts on his "Awesome Mix Vol. 1" tape in his walkman. "Come and Get Your Love" by Redbone[1] is the song. He then dances through the large cave, where little rat like creatures curious to what he is doing come closer. He comically kicks them away, and grabs one off of a nearby rock using it as a mock microphone to sing into. He then uses his rocket boots to lightly fly over a crevasse full of giant serpent creatures. He gets to the room we first see in the first trailer, where that spherical stone is.
We then see Korath and his men land outside. Peter then uses a magnet of sorts to pull the stone out of a force field, but when he turns around Korath is there, and they have their exchange from the trailers. After Korath does his "Who?" line, and Peter says, "Forget it." He drops an orb like thing that takes out the guards behind him, then blasts Korath with blasters from his sleeves. Korath gets up, fires at Peter, who drops on his back to dodge, blowing a hole in the wall behind him. He uses his rocket boots to launch out of the hole, and starts going for his ship. He gets there and sees a handful more guards. At this point he pulls out that magnetic device, and throws it in the middle of them, pulling them all down into a dog pile. He runs and slides into his cockpit, almost like a 70s action star across the hood of a muscle car. He takes off with Korath firing a laser cannon at him. He's hit, but a geiser out of nowhere, incapacitating his ship, but as the geyser stops, his ship starts falling to the ground, a thousand feet. He is weightless, and just as the ship is about to hit the ground, he pulls the throttle, and the engines start.
At this point a new version of the second trailer comes on, with an extended part where Star-Lord and Rocket are arguing with each other, to comic effect, with the other Guardians sitting around. Groot says, "I am Groot." With a smile toward Peter, who then says something like, "See, Groot agrees." Groot then starts to eat one of his own leaves, giving the impression that he's oblivious to the situation."
AlexanderLykins - 7/5/2014, 10:06 AM
So it took effort to make this movie? I guess I shouldn't be surprised as to why it looks so [frick]ing awesome!
KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 10:08 AM
ThePeoplesChamp-thanks i would but i dont know how to make an article
Koala0226 - 7/5/2014, 10:32 AM
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SuperCat - 7/5/2014, 10:34 AM
Good stuff, @McNy!
KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 11:00 AM
a more detailed description of the footage

t opens with a shot of the planet Morag, an “abandoned world”. Star-Lord’s ship lands here, and it’s a nasty and alien place. Heavy rain, wind, and geysers erupting from the ground greet him as he begins to explore it while wearing his mask. He pulls out a device that scans the area and shows him a blue-wireframe hologram of what the place looked like in its heyday. It finds the building he’s looking for in the ruins and displays that as a red-wireframe with a red path lighting the way.
Star-Lord enters the ruins and taps a button under his hear that makes his mask dissolve into that small button. He puts on his headphones, clips his Walkman to his belt, hits play, and we hear the opening of Redbone’s “Come and Get Your Love”. Now the best part of the footage begins. As the first vocals come in, there’s a wide shot of Star-Lord with his arms in the air, mid-dance, and the “Guardians of the Galaxy” title appears as if summoned by him. He begins to dance to the music through the ruins. Sliding on puddles. Kicking little alien rats, and picking them up to use as a microphone to lip-sync to the music. He eventually reaches the vault we’ve all seen in the trailers where the orb is held.
After opening the door with some kind of futuristic lock pick, he lights the room with a sphere that he leaves on the ground. He then tosses a magnetic device on the floor that pulls the orb out of the field holding it, and that’s when Korath and his two thugs find him. Star-Lord calls one of the minions a “Ninja Turtle” before giving Korath his real name, Peter Quill. When that doesn’t work he says “there’s another name you may know me by”, which is when we get the “Star-Lord/Who?” bit. Deciding to escape he kicks his light sphere at the two guys pointing guns at him, which vaporizes them. He shoots Korath, knocking him to the ground, and when he gets up is when he fires at Star-Lord and he does his Neo thing to dodge the blast and use his rocket boots to escape.
He then begins running to his ship with Korath in pursuit. Korath has a few more thugs guarding Star-Lord’s ship, so Quill tosses his super magnet at them, which pins them to the ground so he can get in his ship and escape. He manages to do that before Korath can have a canon assembled and vaporize him, but before he can get in orbit he’s hit by a huge geyser. The ship is tossed in the air and begins falling quickly, as Star-Lord is tossed around the cockpit along with all stuff including his Troll doll. This bit was one of the better 3D effects. Right before it crashes to the ground, he manages to pull a lever activating the thrusters and he sits down letting out an exhausted grunt.
From there, the footage goes into a reedited version of the full trailer set to “Spirit in the Sky”. There is some new footage here, especially what looks like a space battle inside of Knowhere. Before the end, however, there’s one short scene they show.
This is the full scene of Star-Lord telling the group that he has a plan, which Rocket laughs at. Quill says it’s a fake laugh and Rocket assures him it’s the most real laugh he’s ever made in his entire life. Groot breaks it up by nibbling on a leaf growing on his shoulder, which apparently really grosses out Star-Lord and Gamora.
The footage shown is very cool, lots of fun, and fits what you’d expect from both a Guardians of the Galaxy and James Gunn movie. We only have a few weeks before this is in theaters, and just based on these nine minutes the wait has definitely been worth it.
Abary - 7/5/2014, 11:04 AM
LMFAO at Instant Gram. That's genius.
Phronesis - 7/5/2014, 11:27 AM
Apparently Groot isn't as intellectual as I hoped.
KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 11:33 AM
Phronesis-well Gunn said Groot is an innocent child in this film and plus he only says "I Am Groot" but he is speaking his own language and thus,it has different inflections in it
KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 11:38 AM
oh man, in the description..i love that star lord raises his arms mid dance and theN..BOOOM..GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY just appears n the screen..i really like that.its creative and fun imo
rockerdude22 - 7/5/2014, 12:14 PM
@ezio What? Dancing around to music? But that's not dark or super serious, and we all know that every single CBM needs to be that way!! No fun should be allowed in these movies!! AAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!

Lol in all seriousness, that description sounds awesome! Seems like this is gonna be a good time at the movies!!
ManaByte - 7/5/2014, 12:21 PM
@EzioKenway1225 thanks for posting my footage description. Here's a link to where it originated:
KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 12:22 PM
Manabyte-oh thanks..i actually got it from someplace else so i didnt know where it originated..awesome description man
KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 12:23 PM
Rockerdude-i know right everything should be super serious and dark..these movies are existential dramas about the meaning of life, not superhero or comic book films.. we cant also have fun and still have emotional or dramatic moments, right?
rockerdude22 - 7/5/2014, 12:40 PM
@ezio Yep, and don't forget...any and all humor is bad!! Lol
BlindJustice - 7/5/2014, 12:43 PM
That sounds like the description of the extended scene we've all watched (minus the dance sequence). I'm not as jealous of the Disneyland-goers as I once was. This movie will truly be one for the ages. My kids keep asking if we're going to go see it on opening night...which I reply, "Ummm...DUH!"

BlindJustice - 7/5/2014, 12:48 PM
Yeah! No funny business in comic book movies! Why do you think a certain studio hires Shakepearean actors for it's comic book movies???

Enough with the silly stuff! We don't need to laugh! We get enough of that on the Evening News!

Jollem - 7/5/2014, 1:28 PM
that's definitely a picture of metal pipes and stuff
UltimateCookie - 7/5/2014, 1:43 PM
Guardians needs to hurry up and take my money
SnapperCarr - 7/5/2014, 1:51 PM
I'm surprised that Groot isn't as smart as his comic book counterpart. Oh well.

KurtWagner1225 - 7/5/2014, 1:56 PM
snappercarr-the way Gunn said he wanted to characterize him was the only innocent ina group of rogues so him being like a child is fine plus he looks really adorable
TheDarkKnightSlap - 7/5/2014, 2:18 PM
Pratt will own Quill. Again...Groot....Case and Point. Wheres the badass rastafarian???!!!
0bstreperous - 7/5/2014, 2:53 PM
Im seeing it tommorow
0bstreperous - 7/5/2014, 2:53 PM
I mean monday

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