According to ComicBook.com on Sunday, a new TV spot reveals additional footage for "Guardians of the Galaxy" as Glenn Close appears to be in dialogue with Gamora, as played by "Star Trek's" Zoe Saldana and Star-Lord, as portrayed by NBC's "Parks and Recreation's" Chris Pratt. It appears from the synopsis as seen in most movie trailers and TV spots that Close's character, Nova Prime Rael, seems a bit stressed that these thugs/criminals are to be depended upon for the survival of 12 billion people.
Pratt seems to be the motivational support system of the group as they've come to realize how it will be important to them to rely on each other and their friendship in order to accomplish their mission. Even a recent movie spoiler displayed how Drax the Destroyer has come to accept them as friends in a scene as they entered Ronan the Accuser's spaceship.
At this point, footage, spoilers, TV spots seem to put the plot points together at getting non-comic book or prospective fans familiarized with the rather obscure characters. Of course marketing campaigns run amok as director James Gunn brings forth on his Facebook fan page how he gives accolades to the actors he's worked with. Gunn especially gives kudos to "Fast and the Furious" actor Vin Diesel as he finished up his last scenes with Groot.
"God knows, I've been fortunate with the entire cast of Guardians of the Galaxy - but I've never been more stunned by an actor able to bring so much more to a role than I originally thought possible. Rocket may be the heart of GotG, but Groot is its soul."
Gunn also has been frequently posting numerous amounts of fan-made impressive movie posters and deeming them his "poster posse." The artwork is phenomenal and even further reinforces the marketing process of the film. It appears that the obscure character laden film is achieving great acceptance and hopefully it will all live up to the hype.
Ronan the Accuser plays the main villain of the film and is also in league with Thanos the Mad Titan who is pretty much the puppet master of all things in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that could lead up to an event of serious magnitude as he is likely after the relics in the possession of The Collector and the vault on the Asgardian home world.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" opens in theaters come Aug. 1.