According to ComicBook.com on Aug. 19, with the recent "Guardians of the Galaxy" footage shown at the San Diego Comic Con and the Disney D23 Expo, it appears that will be the only time said footage will be making its appearance. Press and fans alike pressured director James Gunn and Disney to make the same footage available to the general public, but both of them had refused.
Later some video footage of the content that was exclusive only to the two conventions had made its way online. Though it wasn't really good quality, people did get an idea of what it was about.
That being said, with this occurrence of leaked content, press members and entertainment industry sources thought this would trigger a decision to come forward with the film footage to general fans. The reason for the push is to give fans that are on the fence already about the film an idea of what the film is going to entail and thus give people a reason to go see a movie in case they thought it already to be substandard.
Of course, Gunn had this to say:
"Zero percent chance, sorry! I know a lot of you have seen the shaky camera footage, but it was made after 12 days if shooting and isn't a true reflection of the awesomeness we’re trying to create for you".
"Guardians of the Galaxy" is set to be released on Aug. 1, 2014.