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Marvel has hinted that their plan is to release two superhero movies each year. Next year will be Thor 2 and Iron Man 3, while 2014 will bring us Captain America 2 and their mystery movie Guardians of the Galaxy.

The universe this film takes place in is called “616″ and the Guardians of the Galaxy are a team of superheroes that are from the future universe of “691.” They’re fighting an alien race, called the “Badoon,” who are attempting to take over the universe. They eventually create “Korvac,” which we should find out more about soon enough at Comic-Con.

What’s interesting is the Guardians eventually zip back in time to the 21st century to meet up with The Avengers and end up fighting off another alien army together.

So far we have a few clues about the film:

  • Guardian’s will be announced at Comic-Con.
  • Thanos(purple alien seen at the end of Avengers) will be included in the film.
  • It will give us the story that leads up to The Avengers 2 in 2015.
  • Apparently the script is “incredible.”

We’ll have some more solid information after Marvel officially reveals the film in the next few weeks at Comic-Con. For now, take a look at what the Guardians look like:

What do you think? Excited about the new superhero crew possibly teaming up with The Avengers?

Source: LatinoReview

  • Josh

    What about Black Panther and Ant-Man ?

  • Azeem

    Sounds a bit cheesy. But I’ll wait for more information until I judge it. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/jason.lalljee?ref=tn_tnmn Jason

    Is this based off an existing Marvel comic? If not, then they are going in the wrong direction. I think they’re looking for a project that will wrap together all the Marvel films more tightly, or perhaps they are looking to expand the Marvel cinematic universe by exploring more of what we saw at the end of The Avengers… which is also a pretty smart strategy for a franchise, creating a parallel to an existing universe. Although I can see some comic-book loyalists hesitant about this happening. It looks to me like now they are moving away from adaptions and into original superhero films, which is risky- which is why we’ll probably be seeing tie-ins from Guardians of the Galaxy in Iron Man 3 and Thor 2, as we saw Iron Man at the end of Hulk to allude to The Avengers- and I don’t think we need to argue about how that worked out. 

    • Alazear2

      It actually is based of a Marvel Comic, that was first published in 1969. And they did indeed join up with the Avengers latter in the run. The question is which version of the Guardians will Marvel use. Marvel ended the orignal run and created a new team of guardians of the galaxy that started in  2008.

      • http://www.facebook.com/jason.lalljee?ref=tn_tnmn Jason

        Then I can see why they did it. In this sense, the movies in itself benefit, as well as the fanboys and money-grubbers at Disney. Even if they run out of Avengers movies to make, they have a whole different universe they can explore- they started with earth, and going other places will expand the Marvel cinematic universe. 

        To the execs at Disney, it makes sense because they have an entire other franchise to bank off of, one that’s even bigger than their current one. This one has the most possibilities since it’s the most expansive (being an entire galaxy, but one of the lesser known. Making a Spider-Man movie or Batman movie or Captain America one makes sense because they’re big names everyone knows and so they appeal to non comic-book fans, which is why using smaller names poses a big problem. That’s why I can see characters from the Galaxy movie (or subplots that connect to) appearing in Thor 2 and Iron Man 3, so as to generate interest for the new one. 

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Connor-Frye/1326652893 Connor Frye

    Damn Ive always hated these guys

  • Oscar

    Just as you predicted in your podcast… how the hell are they going to convincingly do the talking raccoon? Still, I always love this sort of stuff, and it’s hardly ever done as a movie, so I, at least, will enjoy it.

  • Jack

    i was really looking forward to Edgar Wright’s Antman.

  • krislintz

    Bring it. Knowing next to nothing about Marvel comics except for what I know about  Marvel’s movie universe, Im so so excited for everything they’re bringing us in the next three years.

  • http://twitter.com/Fuzionautics Fuzionautics

    Guardians of Galaxy sounds to geeky for mainstream audiences. I can’t see many people that are not comic book fans going to see the movie.

    • Liderc

      A captain in the military who wears red white and blue spandex is waaay too geeky too, would never work. 

  • jeffmartinFTW

    Fingers crossed that they’ll be introducing the modern Guardians, rather than the team from the 70′s.  The modern dudes are more familiar to casual fans and Thanos is a big player in many of their storylines.  Plus, you guys know my feelings about Groot. Expect to hear more about this on HeroHype!

  • http://www.facebook.com/isak.kohaly Isak Kohaly

    I don’t understand, how can they crossover with the Avengers if they are from a future universe? An explanation from a Marvel fan would be appreciated.

    • Liderc

      Apparently you missed this, “What’s interesting is the Guardians eventually zip back in time to the 21st century.”

      In the comics this is what happens. 

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