Excluding The Avengers: Age of Ultron goods, ABC Studios offered Idle Hands an early look at the upcoming Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe documentary, which premieres on ABC Network Tuesday, on March 18 at 8 p.m. While giving the hour-long special an excellent overall review, the site notably details the Guardians of the Galaxy preview and also reveals a screenshot which features a first good look at actor Lee Pace as the villainous Ronan the Accuser. Check it out below!
Next, we head into Guardians of the Galaxy, which is a "blink and you'll miss it" fly by of the production with quick quotes from actors, performances in front of green screen, better looks at Ronan in his full costume and just enough visuals to hook a new viewer, but no further exploration past the bits we've seen already, and certainly no key moments to knock those on the fence, off. This is just a taste of the film, moving at break neck speed, with images cutting away so fast I challenge the top geek websites to gather decent screen grabs!.
Head over to Idle Hands for the full review and check out the Ronan shot below! What do you think?
Guardians Of The Galaxy: badass vs badass
While at the US music festival SXSW (South By Southwest) to promote her new horror film Oculus, Who‘s Karen Gillan spoke to E!’s Mark Malkin about her role in another upcoming movie, the hotly anticipated Guardians Of The Galaxy.
Gillan plays the female villain Nebula, a bald, blue alien that she has described as “very sadistic and evil, but I like to think for a very valid reasons.” She famously shaved her long red hair off to play the role.
The film promises to be action packed, and one of those action sequences has Gillan up against Zoe Saldana’s character Gamora, a former associate of Nebula’s who is trying to change her life.
Karen spoke about doing the stunts for the big fight between the two characters.
Gillan also had to endure long hours in the makeup chair in order to become Nebula with her blue skin. When she first saw herself with the full makeup -
Oculus, which originally premiered in September at the Toronto Film Festival, is due to be released in the US on 11 April 2014 and in the UK on 13 June 2014.