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Cinema 2.017 – Guardians of the Galaxy 2

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is intended to be the sequel to 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy and the fifteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is written and directed by James Gunn and stars an ensemble cast featuring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff, Elizabeth Debicki, Chris Sullivan, Sean Gunn, Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell. In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the Guardians travel throughout the cosmos as they help Peter Quill learn more about his true parentage.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was officially announced at San Diego Comic-Con International 2014 before the theatrical release of the first film, along with Gunn’s involvement once again, with the title of the film revealed a year later in June 2015. The film began principal photography in February 2016 at Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayette County, Georgia, and concluded in June 2016.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is scheduled to have its premiere in Hollywood on April 19, 2017, and will be released in the United States on May 5, 2017, in 3D and IMAX 3D.

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Guardiões da Galáxia Vol. 2 (no original em inglês, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2) é um  filme baseado na equipe fictícia de mesmo nome, pertencente ao universo da Marvel Comics. Trata-se de uma sequência do filme Guardiões da Galaxia de 2014, que será dirigida e roteirizada por James Gunn e produzido pela Marvel Studios. O elenco do filme tem confirmado Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Elizabeth Debicki, Pom Klementieff, Chris Sullivan, Sylvester Stallone, Glenn Close e Kurt Russell.

Seu lançamento está previsto para 05 de maio de 2017 nos Estados Unidos e no dia 27 de abril de 2017 no Brasil.

Premise

Set two-to-three months after the first film,[1][2] the Guardians of the Galaxy travel throughout the cosmos and struggle to keep their new-found family together, while helping Peter Quill learn more about his true parentage.[3]

Sinopse

Seis meses após o primeiro filme,[2] os Guardiões da Galáxia viajam ao longo do cosmos e lutam para manter sua nova família junta, enquanto ajudam Peter Quill a aprender mais sobre seu verdadeiro parentesco.

Cast

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(L:R) Rooker, Pratt, Saldana, Gillan, Klementieff, Bautista, Debicki and Russell promoting Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con International.

The half-human, half-alien leader of the Guardians of the Galaxy who was abducted from Earth as a child and raised by a group of alien thieves and smugglers called the Ravagers.[4][5] Describing where Quill is at the start of the film, Pratt said, “he’s famous now in the galaxy for having saved so many people… He feels like he’s part of this group, a leader of this group. He’s a little more responsible and trying to stay out of trouble, but not necessarily doing the best job.”[6] Pratt stated that working on the film forced him to come to terms with the death of his father.[7] Pratt returns as part of a multi-film contract with Marvel.[8]
A member of the Guardians who is an orphan from an alien world who seeks redemption for her past crimes. She was trained by Thanos to be his personal assassin.[5] Saldana described Gamora’s role in the team as “the voice of reason” saying, “She’s surrounded by all these dudes who are so stupid half the time,”[9]and added that she is the “Mom” of the team, saying that she is “just a meticulous, detailed, professional individual.”[10] Regarding Gamora’s relationship with Nebula, Saldana described it as “volatile” and added, “we’re starting somewhere very crazy but appropriate given where we had ended things off in the first” film.[11]
A member of the Guardians and highly skilled warrior in search for vengeance against Thanos for killing his family.[5] Bautista opted to wait for the final version of the script, rather than earlier drafts, in order to be surprised by the story and not take “away from the magic” or “put a damper on it”, which he felt happened when he read the script for the first film.[12] Describing how Drax has progressed from the first film, Bautista called him “more funny, driven” and having “a sense of innocence and heartbreak about him”,[9] despite “most people’s first perception of Drax [that] he’s just a big, muscly brute, and he’s just going to go in and be an all-action character.” He also added that the Guardians “become more of a solid family” in the film, with Drax getting “closer and more caring with the other Guardians”.[13] Bautista’s makeup took only 90 minutes to apply, down from four hours for the first film. He added that he would have to sit in a sauna at the end of the day to get the makeup off, after his makeup test found it too “abrasive”.[10]
A member of the Guardians who is a tree-like humanoid and the accomplice of Rocket.[14] Diesel also provided Groot’s voice for sixteen foreign-language releases of the film, up from six in the first film.[15] As Groot is smaller in the film than in the first and known as “Baby Groot”,[16] executive producer Jonathan Schwartz said, “He doesn’t have the wisdom and experience of that Groot. He’s a younger Groot and a more rambunctious Groot.” Schwartz also stated the film would examine if he was “the same Groot, just smaller? Or is he a different Groot that’s sprung up from the seed of the first Groot?”[17] Diesel added that Baby Groot “couldn’t be more naive” and felt the Groot seen in the first film was “a college level Groot. He’s not fully grown yet, but he’s a man… now he has to start all over, so to speak. So we’re going to see this goofy, adorable, baby Groot thing running around the screen. Just kinda learning as he goes.”[18] Director and writer James Gunn felt Baby Groot was “a better-written character than the first Groot in some ways” and a “more complete character” because of a larger awareness to the character during filming, opposed to the first film where Gunn and the cast “just kind of always forgot he was there” with the stand-in actor not having the same presence that Sean Gunn did portraying Rocket.[19] Regarding Groot’s previous memories, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige added, “He remembers. He’s not mentally a baby, he is still Groot… I sort of equate it to Spock circa the end of [Star Trek III: The Search for Spock] and [Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home].”[20] However James Gunn later clarified that Baby Groot does not have any of his previous memories.[21] The idea for Baby Groot came during the filming of the first film, as a reverse of the shot with Rocket standing on Groot’s shoulder. James Gunn felt Baby Groot was “a more complete character” and “better-written” than Groot in the first film.[2] Prop master Russell Bobbitt created a 1:1 scale model of the 10-inch (25 cm) Baby Groot for filming to use “as a lighting reference and sometimes puppeteered against the actors during the filming of scenes.”[22] As Groot only communicates with the phrase “I am Groot” in different inflections, Gunn created a “Groot Version” of the script for himself and Diesel, which contains each of Groot’s lines in English.[23]
A member of the Guardians who is a genetically engineered raccoon-based bounty hunter and mercenary, and also a master of weapons and battle tactics.[5] Sean Gunn once again serves as the stand-in for the character during filming,[24] stating that, similar to the first film, “Rocket has the same sort of crisis of faith about whether or not he belongs in this family.”[25] James Gunn added, “this is really about Rocket coming to terms with accepting his place within a group of people, which probably seemed like a good idea for two seconds when they were kind of getting along and saving the planet, and now’s it’s like, he’s just not very comfortable with the idea with being a part of this group.” Feige stated that the relationship between Rocket and Groot has changed, saying, “Whereas Groot was Rocket’s protector in the first movie, Rocket is Groot’s protector.”[10]
A blue-skinned buccaneer who is the leader of the Ravagers, a fatherly figure to Quill,[26] and member of the Guardians.[27] Yondu has a larger head fin in the film, bringing the character’s look closer to his comic counterpart.[28]
An adopted daughter of Thanos who was raised with Gamora as siblings,[29] and a member of the Guardians.[11] Despite being a member of the Guardians team, Gunn cautioned, “With Nebula, well, you never know what’s up with that one.”[27] Gunn stated the production team may have figured out a way for Gillan not to have to shave her head for the role, unlike in the first film,[30] for which Gillan noted her appreciation in not having to do.[28] Gillan revealed she only had to shave half of her head for the film, taking away the underneath part and leaving the top.[31] Gillan’s makeup took two and a half hours to apply, down from five hours for the first film.[22] Gillan stated the film would further explore the sisterly relationship between Nebula and Gamora,[32] including their backstory “and what happened to these two girls growing up and actually how awful it was for them and how it’s ruined their relationship”,[10] adding “we’re [also] going to start to see how much pain [Thanos] actually caused [Nebula]… we really start to see the emotional crack in her character”.[31]
A member of the Guardians with empathic powers who was raised by Ego.[6][17][33][34] Schwartz said the character “has never really experienced social interaction”, and “learns about dealing with people” and “social intricacies” from the other Guardians.[17]Klementieff added, “She was really lonely and by herself, so it’s a completely new thing to meet these people and to discover new things and new emotions and a new way of sharing things … I think it’s like a kid, you know? You discover things and you’re curious about things and you make mistakes and you say, like, weird things or you’re awkward.” Mantis and Drax also have an “interesting” relationship according to Feige, since “they’re both complete odd balls”.[10]
The leader of a mutinous group of the Ravagers.[35][37] Gunn originally posted a photo of the comic book character on his social media after landing Guardians of the Galaxy, calling him “the dumbest character of all time” and that he would never feature the character in a film. When it came time to craft this character, Gunn felt the character had named himself and decided on Taserface, and described him as “a real dumbass” as well as “a very powerful guy”.[38]
An ancient and mysterious cosmic being who is Quill’s father and raised Mantis.[28][35] Ego assumes a humanoid guise throughout the film instead of his customary planetary form from the comics,[42] since he has the ability “to manifest himself in different ways” by “control[ing] the molecules around him in such a way as to create avatars of themselves”.[43] Considering Russell for the role was suggested to Gunn by Pratt, as Gunn did not have Russell “in [his] head initially” for the role.[42] Ego was allowed to be used in the film after 20th Century Fox reached a deal with Marvel Studios to return the film rights of Ego for changing the power set of Negasonic Teenage Warhead, who Fox wanted to use in Deadpool (2016).[44] Gunn, who originally thought Marvel held the rights to the character, stated that had the deal with Fox not been made, there was “no back up plan, and it would [have been] nearly impossible to just drop another character in” given the extensive work done surrounding the character.[45] Aaron Schwartz portrays a younger version of Ego.[46]

Additionally, Glenn Close reprises her role as Irani Rael, Supreme Commander of the Nova Corps, known as Nova Prime.[47] Evan Jones, Jimmy Urine, Stephen Blackehart,[37] Steve Agee,[37][48] Mike Escamilla,[49] Joe Fria, Terence Rosemore,[37] and Tommy Flanagan,[50] portray Wretch, Half-Nut, Brahl, Gef the Ravager, Scrote, Oblo, Narblik, and Tullk respectively, all members of the Ravagers.[37][51] Michael Rosenbaum also appears, with his character working “in tandem” with Stallone’s.[41] Stan Lee has a cameo appearance,[52] while Rob Zombie once again has a voice cameo.[53]

Elenco

 

(E:D) Rooker, Pratt, Saldana, Gillan, Klementieff, Bautista, Debicki e Russell promovendo Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 na San Diego Comic Con International 2016.

O meio-humano, meio-alienígena líder dos Guardiões da Galáxia que foi sequestrado da Terra ainda uma criança e levada por um grupo de ladrões alienígenas e contrabandistas chamado Ravagers.

Um membro dos Guardiões que é órfã de um mundo alienígena que busca a redenção por seus crimes passados. Ela foi treinada por Thanos para ser sua assassina.

Um membro dos Guardiões e guerreiro que busca vingança contra Thanos por matar sua família.

Um membro dos Guardiões que é uma árvore humanóide e parceiro de Rocky. No filme, Groot é um bebê, pois ainda está em fase de crescimento, pelo menos físico.

Um membro dos Guardiões, que é um guaxinim geneticamente modificado, age como caçador de recompensas e mercenário, é um perito em armas e em táticas de combate.

Um corsário de pele azul que é o líder dos Ravagers, uma figura paternal para Quill e agora membro dos Guardiões. Yondu retorna com um topete maior do que no filme anterior se aproximando ao visual das HQ’s.

Filha adotiva de Thanos que foi criada como irmã de Gamora, e um membro dos Guardiões. Apesar de ser um membro da equipe de Guardiães, Gunn advertiu, “com nebulosa, bem, você nunca sabe o que se passa com ela.”

  • Sean Gunn como Kraglin:

Parceiro de Yondu nos Ravagers. James Gunn confirmou que Kraglin teria um papel mais amplo em comparação ao filme anterior.

Um membro dos Guardiões criada por Ego, que possui poderes empáticos. Schwartz disse que a personagem “nunca realmente experimentou uma interação social e aprende sobre como lidar com as pessoas e com as complexidades sociais dos outros Guardiões”.

A Sacerdotisa e líder de um povo soberano, que pede a ajuda dos Guardiões.

  • Chris Sullivan como Taserface:

O líder de um sub-grupo dos Ravagers. Gunn originalmente postou uma foto do personagem em sua rede social após as filmagens iniciarem, chamando-o de “o personagem mais idiota de todos os tempos” e que o personagem seria difícil de caracterizar. Quando chegou a hora de criar este personagem, Gunn sentiu que o personagem tinha de ser nomeado e descreveu-o como “um idiota real”, bem como “um cara muito poderoso”.

Comandante da Nova Corps, cuja missão é proteger os cidadãos e manter a paz em Xandar.

Um antigo e misterioso ser cósmico que é pai de Quill e tutor de Mantis. Ego não aparece no filme em sua forma planetária como nos quadrinhos, mas assume uma aparência humanóide. Considerar Russell para o papel foi sugerido a Gunn por Pratt, como Gunn não teve Russell ” na cabeça [inicialmente]” para o papel. Ego foi autorizado a ser utilizado no filme depois da 20th Century Fox fechar um acordo com a Marvel Studios para devolver os direitos de filmagem de Ego em troca de Míssil Adolescente Megassônico, que a Fox queria para usar em Deadpool (2016). Aaron Schwartz interpreta o jovem Ego.

Além disso, Evan Jones, Jimmy Urine, Stephen Blackehart, Steve Agee, Mike Escamilla, Joe Fria, Terence Rosemore, e Tommy Flanagan, interpretam Wretch, Half-Nut, Brahl, Gef o Saqueador, Scrote, Oblo, Narblik e Tullk respectivamente, todos membros do Ravagers. Sylvester Stallone foi escalado como um membro do Nova Corps, enquanto Stan Lee faz uma aparição.[carece de fontes]

Ficha técnica:

Direção James Gunn
Produção Kevin Feige
Coprodução Lars P. Winther
Produção executiva Victoria Alonso
Nik Korda
Stan Lee
Louis D’Esposito
Roteiro James Gunn
Baseado em Guardiões da Galáxia
de Dan Abnett
Andy Lanning
Elenco Chris Pratt
Zoe Saldana
Dave Bautista
Vin Diesel
Bradley Cooper
Michael Rooker
Karen Gillan
Elizabeth Debicki
Chris Sullivan
Pom Klementieff
Sean Gunn
Sylvester Stallone
Glenn Close
Kurt Russell
Gênero Ação
Aventura
Comédia
Ficção científica
Música Tyler Bates
Cinematografia Henry Braham
Edição Fred Raskin
Craig Wood
Companhia(s) produtora(s) Marvel Studios
Distribuição Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Lançamento Brasil 27 de abril de 2017[1]
Estados Unidos 5 de maio de 2017
Portugal 27 de abril de 2017
Idioma Inglês
Cronologia
Doutor Estranho (2016)
Homem-Aranha: De Volta ao Lar (2017)
Site oficial
Página no IMDb (em inglês)

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Direção James Gunn
Produção Kevin Feige
Coprodução Lars P. Winther
Produção executiva Victoria Alonso
Nik Korda
Stan Lee
Louis D’Esposito
Roteiro James Gunn
Baseado em Guardiões da Galáxia
de Dan Abnett
Andy Lanning
Elenco Chris Pratt
Zoe Saldana
Dave Bautista
Vin Diesel
Bradley Cooper
Michael Rooker
Karen Gillan
Elizabeth Debicki
Chris Sullivan
Pom Klementieff
Sean Gunn
Sylvester Stallone
Glenn Close
Kurt Russell
Gênero Ação
Aventura
Comédia
Ficção científica
Música Tyler Bates
Cinematografia Henry Braham
Edição Fred Raskin
Craig Wood
Companhia(s) produtora(s) Marvel Studios
Distribuição Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Lançamento Brasil 27 de abril de 2017[1]
Estados Unidos 5 de maio de 2017
Portugal 27 de abril de 2017
Idioma Inglês
Cronologia
Doutor Estranho (2016)
Homem-Aranha: De Volta ao Lar (2017)
Site oficial
Página no IMDb (em inglês)


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