Studio that gave the world the "Avengers" will bring a new company of superheroes. Previously, Disney has reserved a date May 16, 2014 for the premiere of an unknown project from Marvel Studio. This week it became known that the film will be "Guardians of the Galaxy".
There are two versions of the Guardians of the Galaxy in the comics. The earliest is dated 1969 year, and the modern incarnation appeared in 2008. Guardians of the original native of the 31st century. Among them, four representatives of the different planets: Earthling Vance Astro, Martinex - T'Naga from Pluto, Captain Charlie-27 from Jupiter and Yondó from Beta Centauri IV. Each is the sole representative of his race and teaming with others to save the Solar System from attack by malicious alien reptiles "Brotherhood Badun."
In 2008, comic book fans have gotten a new team of Guardians. Its creation involved a British writer Dan Abnett, known to all fans of Warhammer 40,000 books in the series. It is expected that this new version of the Guard and will be in the film of Marvel. This company is large and motley, which has been gathered by strategist Star-Lord, and among the recruits as new characters, and for a long time appeared in the universe Marvel. New Guard - Adam Uorlok, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Raccoon, Groot and three girls (Phil-Vell (Quasar), Mentis and Gamora).
The work of all these superhero has remained the same - protecting the galaxy from the worst invaders. Virtually "Avengers in space." In comic books intersect with the Guardians of the original Avengers, so that their choice as the new team fits into the Marvel plan to expand the existing universe.
Marvel will present a draft convention on the ComicCon in San Diego, which will be held from 12 to 15 July, but do not expect the details: the main reason for the meeting with the fans will be "Iron Man 3", whose shooting is underway, and the release is scheduled for May 3, 2013 second. The panel of Marvel is expected in San Diego on July 14.
The head of Marvel Studios, Kevin Faig has repeatedly discussed the possibility of making a film about the Guardian of the Galaxy, and the last time he raised the subject in May this year. Among the characters that Faig wants to move from the pages of comics to the big screen, appear on Ant-Man (directed by Edgar Wright just took a test material for the film), Doctor Strange, Black Panther and Nonhumans.