According to Comic Book Movie on Saturday, set quotes and scene descriptions of James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy" were made available. Certain dialogue entailing Drax the Destroyer as portrayed by Dave Bautista, Chris Pratt's Star-Lord, Gamora as played by Zoe Saldana, and a stand-in equipped in a blue suit representing the Groot character, but voiced by Vin Diesel. This vision entailed a scene from inside Ronan's Dark Aster space vehicle.
The film is about a group of misfits that according to Nova Prime Rael, as played by Glenn Close, is going to save millions of people. The main villain is Ronan the Accuser, as played by Lee Pace. Ronan is the right hand man to Thanos and of course Josh Brolin has been cast to do the voice of the Mad Titan, but rumored to only appear in hologram form.
The dialogue in the scene entailed Drax the Destroyer going on about his apologies for whatever antics or shenanigans that happened prior to the scene. It appears that Drax was getting over the hump of some kind of awkwardness and considering Peter Quill and others in the group someone he considered close to and seemed finally content on on having friends.
"I want you all to know I am grateful for your acceptance after my blunders."
Then, Pratt's character, Peter replies,"We all make mistakes Drax."
Then all is forgotten as they try to make their way through the dim, eerie lighting of Ronan's ship. Groot seems to emit spores to illuminate the area for better viewing. Drax was puzzled as he wondered how Groot was able to do that and of course Peter Quill gave an answer that would have been quite predictable of the character voiced by Diesel.
"I'm pretty sure the answer is 'I Am Groot'."
Then some amusing dialogue by Drax further laments by categorizing each friend as his own. He gives a basic description of each character as he voices his appreciation for their friendship.
"You, Quill, are my friend. This dumb tree is my friend. And this green wh**e is now my..." Then Gamora interrupts with, "You must STOP!"
Then soon after, Nebula's voice, played by "Doctor Who's" Karen Gillan is heard off-set, pointing out Gamora's traitorous ways. Drax intervenes by coming ironically to his friend's defense by demanding, "Nobody talks to my friends like that!"
as Gamora replies with, "But wh**e is perfectly fine?"
Later on, Pratt talked about how his nose itched while doing that scene and how he made aware that his character was mentally "on Earth" even though he's been in space for a good amount of time since his abduction as a child. Peter Quill would make Earthly and out-of-date references to characters or musicians only known to humans as his cohorts would remark about how they aren't familiar with who he is even talking about or referring to.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" opens in theaters come Aug. 1.