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Dave Bautista shows off his 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Drax lunch box

According to TMZ on Saturday, "Guardians of the Galaxy" and WWE wrestler Dave Bautista showed off his new lunch box for the public to see. It appears that The Collector, played by Benicio Del Toro, isn't the only one that likes to acquire swag movie products. Bautista, in full beard ensemble this time, gleefully shows off a picture of himself on one of the sides of the custom lunch box. One could express he was just as equally gleeful during that scene where he joins actors Chris Pratt, as Star-Lord, and Zoe Saldana, as Gamora, as they crash land through the hull of Ronan the Accuser's ship, the Dark Aster.

Actor Dave Bautista is Drax the Destroyer in James Gunn's 'Guardians of the Galaxy'
Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios, used with permission

Apparently, Bautista is in the habit of collecting lunchboxes and claims to house over 100 of them. The one for the WWE wrestler was custom made for him. Bautista in kind gave custom WWE wrestling belts to his thespian cohorts Pratt and Saldana.

For those unfamiliar with the Drax the Destroyer character, Bautisa plays his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as man out for vengeance as he accuses the accuser, Ronan, of killing his wife and child. He spends a good amount of the film out to take on Ronan and worst of all, winds up putting his team and other citizens of Knowhere at risk.

He sends out a "come and get me" communication to Ronan's ship. Ronan, being the tough cookie he is, faces off with Drax in a futile attempt to be defeated by the scorned widower. Lee Pace's character finishes him off by throwing him into a vat of dead Celestial fluid.

Other additional characters in the film are played by Bradley Cooper as the voice of Rocket, who he doesn't know is a Raccoon and Groot, voiced in multi-languages by "Fast and the Furious'" Vin Diesel. Other significant characters that join the cast ensemble are Nova Prime, played by Glenn Close, Corpsman Dey, by John C. Reilly, adoptive/abducting father Yondu Undonta, portrayed by Michael Rooker.

Many more join the cast as they attempt to take on the Kree zealot against his powers of the Infinity Stone meant for the Mad Titan Thanos, played by "Sin City: A Dame To Kill's" Josh Brolin.

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