Thelongestfilm.com – The adventures of the Guardians of the Galaxy will always leave a lasting impression. The comedic nuances of the members will reach their emotional point in Vol. 3, and so far, since the appearance of the first film, GoTG has managed to package the story neatly. Hence, it is not surprising that this one franchise has many fans.
So, are you a Guardians of the Galaxy fan? If you claim to be a fan of this cross-universal team that is like a family, then you will know facts that only die-hard GoTG fans will understand!
GoTG is Marvel’s first film featuring Thanos
Thanos does appear in a large portion of the Avengers films. However, GoTG turned out to be Marvel’s first film featuring this figure!
This obsessive Titan actually first appeared in the after-credits of The Avengers (2010). It’s just that, in the film, he really only appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 1. There, he is introduced as the adoptive father of Gamora and Nebula, an insane giant titan. In fact, Ronan, the accuser, was afraid of him.
Thanos’ first appearance in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 signifies the importance of the GoTG franchise’s position within the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as its crossover project.
List of soundtrack tracks to enter Billboard with no new songs
The thing that comes to mind when fans hear about Guardians of the Galaxy is of course not just Star-Lord and his friends or action. This franchise is really cool in concocting various film elements, including songs.
The selected songs are adapted to the period in which Peter Quill (Star-Lord) lived his childhood before being taken. These fun 70s tunes are in keeping with Peter Quill’s old-school yet relaxed style. What’s more, Quill always plays them via walkman or via tape, making the songs blend with the atmosphere they are presented with.
Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 was the first soundtrack album to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 without new songs.
Rocket Racoon is the smartest member
The team leader of the Guardians of the Galaxy is probably Star-Lord. Gamora can also be good at martial arts and Mantis can put someone to sleep by touching their head. However, do you know who is the smartest of them all? The answer is of course Rocket Racoon!
Even though he has a “sad past”, he is the result of intelligent experiments that are not only able to escape from prison repeatedly, but are able to operate and make weapons, strategize, and have extensive knowledge about the universe. Thor himself even admits that Rocket Racoon is the smartest member of all.
Chris Pratt was not a priority to play Star-Lord
Chris Pratt is very attached to the role of Peter Quill. In fact, it’s hard to imagine anyone else being able to live up to a role as hilarious as it is heroic like Chris Pratt.
In fact, Chris Pratt is not a top priority, you know. He is even often considered “not athletic enough” to play it. Previously, there were several candidates lined up to play Star Lord such as Joel Edgerton, Eddie Redmayne, Zachary Levi, to Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
At first, James Gunn wasn’t sure that Pratt was the right choice, until casting director Sarah Finn asked them to sit down together.
Gamora’s makeup makes previous actresses “give up”
Not only Chris Pratt, but Zoe Saldana had never previously been planned to play Gamora.
The role of Gamora is even planned to be given to Amanda Seyfried. The problem is that Seyfried feels lazy to have to spend a lot of time on Gamora’s makeup, which is complex and difficult to remove.
Meanwhile, Saldana felt that since she had done makeup that complicated before in Avatar as Neytiri, there was nothing wrong with her changing her color to green.
The actor who acted two times
Many people know that the actor who plays Rocket Racoon is Bradley Cooper. However, he is not the only actor, as you know. There is another stunt actor who also becomes Rocket Racoon, namely Sean Gunn, James Gunn’s brother. The funny thing is, Sean Gunn already has quite an important role in GoT. Yes, he plays Kraglin, Yondu Udonta’s minion.
Ronan the Accuser used to want to be “Star Lord.”
There are many actors who have gone through casting to play Star-Lord, and do you know who is one of them? Lee Pace.
In fact, as we know, Lee Pace played Ronan the Accuser. Actually, judging from Lee Pace’s acting track record and his stature, he is indeed more suitable for playing the sadistic and cold Ronan than the laid-back Star-Lord. Lee Pace has succeeded in being an obsessive psychopath in Posession (Roman) and the annoying Thranduil in The Hobbit Trilogy.
The comic version of Ego is different from the movie version.
In the comics, Ego is also described as a genius planet that can even surpass the speed of light. However, Ego in the comics is not Peter Quill’s father. In the comics, Peter Quill’s father is J’son of Spartax, who left Earth without knowing that he impregnated Peter Quill’s mother. The choice of Ego as Quill’s father is a way to make the film feel more exciting and make Peter Quill’s characterization stronger.