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New 'Guardians of the Galaxy' featurette posted by James Gunn on Facebook

According to a post made on Facebook on Thursday by director James Gunn, he had displayed a featurette of "Guardians of the Galaxy" demonstrating the familiarity of which the the characters are brought together. Gunn also referred to it as the ""Definitive Anti-Heroes" featurette and audibly mentions that he will keep making known these promotional materials regardless of those who are anti-spoiler in nature.

Chris Pratt is Star-Lord in James Gunn's 'Guardians of the Galaxy'
Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios, used with permission

Gunn mentions he'll continue to post content on his Facebook as the date for "Guardians of the Galaxy" gets closer, but he does understand for those who may not want to watch. The director also voiced his appreciation for for citing his name prior to each featurette regardless of not even being contractually obliged to do so.

The short clips entails actors talking about the nature of their characters as voice actor and celebrity Bradley Cooper, voice of Rocket Raccoon, talks about the hotheadedness of his character. Also displayed is a running gag of Drax the Destroyer, played by wrestler Dave Bautista, talking of his ability to even take on metaphors that are thrown in his direction. Rocket, on the other hand, doesn't seem to agree.

"Parks and Recreation's" Chris Pratt talked about the nature of his character, though lacking in any kind of super powers, tends to use his charm, cunning, and ingenuity to get him out of situations. Star-Lord even speaks of how he compares to his own Earthly inspirations like Billy the Kid, John Stamos, and Bonnie and Clyde.

Though, one may wonder how Stamos' character, Jesse Katsopolis, from "Full House" would be a good example, it seems to be fitting for Peter Jason Quill. Drax responds in kind by being enamored by such fine examples and wished to come to planet Earth some day.

"Guardians of the Galaxy" is scheduled in theaters come Aug. 1.

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