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[Movies] James Gunn Talks About The Guardians of the Galaxy Trailer
Posted by Joseph Lee on 02.19.2014



In an interview with Total Film, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn spoke about the film's trailer. Here are highlights:

On not hearing Rocket Raccoon speak: "We've recorded most of Bradley's dialogue already. I suppose you would expect me to tell you he's fantastic and his characterisation of Rocket will blow your mind so don't believe me and just wait to see (or hear) it for yourself. In all truth, we hired Bradley because he's able to do both comedy and drama it's the thing I look for most in the actors on all my films and to truly sell Rocket for you to believe a Raccoon can talk (and blow up and shoot tons of stuff) we need a well-rounded actor."

On Groot: "I love Groot so much I get teary eyed when I think of him sometimes. Essentially, all the Guardians start out the movie as bastards - except Groot. He's an innocent. He's a hundred percent deadly and a hundred percent sweet. He's caught up in Rocket's life, really. The shot of Groot in the trailer took a few weeks to create, but the development of his look and how he moves took the better part of a year."

On the edgy humor: "The 'bunch of a-holes' line is still in the trailer, which I love. That was an ad-lib I threw to Peter Serafinowicz on the day we were shooting. He wasn't sure he wanted to say it it's not something British people say but it works perfectly in the trailer. The movie has a lot of edgy humour, unusual for a comic book movie. But we were encouraged by Marvel to take risks, so we did. However, we never wanted the humour to get in the way of the fun or the emotional heart of the film those things came first."





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