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The summer season for movies is officially at an end, as is the Labour Day weekend. Guardians of the Galaxy has emerged as the clear winner, and with little to no competition next weekend, the Marvel Studios movie may remain on top. Hit the jump for the latest details!
Director James Gunn has posted another behind-the-scenes image from the block busting Marvel flick, and it features Dave Bautista as Drax posing with Maleficent actress Marama Corlett, who played the Pitt Boss in the Orloni-F'saki scene but had her screen time greatly reduced.
Jason Momoa, is that you? The brilliant Andy Park has shared more of his early work on Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, and it shows conceptual art of Drax with the Aquaman actor's likeness.
Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn recently appeared at Dragon Con in Atlanta, and a recap of the panel features him revealing that neither Ms. Marvel or any other Earthbound superhero will join the team in the sequel, the status of Thunderbolts and Stan Lee's original (and hilarious) cameo!
This weekend, Dave Bautista was at Fan Expo Canada and he briefly described a deleted Guardians of the Galaxy scene involving his character 'Drax the Destroyer' and why it was cut.
Karen Gillan (Doctor Who) whipping off what turned out to be a wig at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con ended up being a real talking point from the event. Now that Guardians of the Galaxy is the #1 movie of 2014, the actress has released the video of her shaving her head to play the villainous Nebula...
As Dawn of the Planet of the Apes hits a milestone after opening in China this weekend, we also have updates for you on Guardians of the Galaxy, Hercules, Lucy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Transformers: Age of Extinction. Check it out!
Guardians of the Galaxy has ended the summer as 2014's highest grossing movie in North America after taking the #1 spot again this weekend, and director James Gunn has taken to Twitter today to both thank fans and reveal why he believes the movie has been such a success.
Guardians of the Galaxy opened at #1, took a couple of weeks off, and then regained the top spot. Well, the James Gunn helmed sequel now looks set to rule the Labor Day holiday in North America as Rocket Raccoon and the gang take aim at a very impressive fifth weekend...
While it doesn't contain much in the way of new footage (the movie has been out for over a month now after all), the latest TV spot for James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy points out that the critically acclaimed Marvel Studios is once again back at #1 at the North American box office!