With Guardians of the Galaxy’s DVD/Blu-ray release date coming soon, the film’s blooper reel has been released featuring Chris Pratt laughing, Zoe Saldana and Karen Gillan almost cutting each other’s heads off, and Michael Rooker being himself.
The always enjoyable Marvel blooper reel has arrived for Guardians of the Galaxy. Considering the incredible cast, we expected this blooper reel to rival any that have come before, and it certainly delivers. Watch Guardians of the Galaxy’s blooper reel below, and we’ll be sure to update the post when the official video lands online.
If fans watch closely, at one point Karen Gillan nearly takes a slice out of Zoe Saldana’s neck during their sword fight (it looks damn close). There are a couple other great shots from this blooper reel, and we look forward to seeing it in HD when it’s officially released.
With Guardians of the Galaxy hitting store shelves on DVD/Blu-ray on December 9, Marvel released a trailer last week showing us what we’re in store for, as well as including a new look at The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Guardians of the Galaxy’s Blu-ray is Marvel’s most highly anticipated DVD/Blu-ray in quite a few years, as the film is incredibly fresh, and should include some great behind-the-scenes looks at what is one of the best casts they’ve put together in years.
We’ll be getting what looks to be a decent amount of footage from Marvel’s highly anticipated film Avengers: Age of Ultron, which is set to hit theaters May 1, 2015. We’ve seen the film’s first trailer, followed up recently by an extended trailer featuring additional footage of Iron Man, Scarlet Witch and Ultron.
Guardians of the Galaxy’s DVD/Blu-ray arrives on December 9, and will be packed with never-before-seen deleted scenes, gag reels, and more exclusive looks at Marvel’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
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