Before we get more of Star-Lord and the rest of the gang in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2’ as part of Phase Three in 2017, the movie that put them on the intergalactic map is coming to Blu-ray and DVD just in time for the holiday season. But before Marvel’s surprise hit of the year lands in stores on December 9th, a few of the special features from ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ have fond their way onto the internet.
First, Marvel.com shares an intense scene between Thanos’ dangerous daughters Nebula and Gamora. Apparently meant to take place early in the movie, we get to see more of their extreme sibling rivalry to potentially prepare for even more confrontations in sequels and beyond:
Next, Disney has a scene called “The Kyln Will Have To Do”, which features a wardrobe malfunction from John C. Reilly’s Corpsman Rhomann Dey as he tries to explain to Denarian Saal that this intergalactic space prison may be too harsh for Peter Quill, Gamora, Rocket, and Groot:
Finally, Buzzfeed has given us an awesome outtake from the climax of the film where the Guardians face off against Ronan the Accuser. Before we get to see it as part of the gag reel on the home release, we get a taste of Lee Pace’s dance skills that give a whole new meaning to “Hammer Time.” You can check it out below, followed by director James Gunn’s explanation of the scene from his Facebook:
“To be clear, this wasn’t improv that was meant to be part of the film – it was actually a joke on Dave Bautista (Batista), where I got Chris, Lee Pace, and Zoe together and decided to turn the tables on the script. Dave was as surprised as the crowd when Ronan suddenly took up Quill on his offer of a dance off. When Dave is dancing he’s just being a good sport. In the outtakes, you can see the whole crowd all dancing along. It was one of my favorite moments on set.”
What do you think about all these special features from ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’? What other special features do you hope to see on the Blu-ray and DVD? And what do you think of the Guardians’ sick dance moves? Let us know in the comment section.