Own 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' on Digital, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD now!

On a recent Facebook Live, writer and director James Gunn stopped by Facebook Los Angeles to celebrate the release of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” on Blu Ray, DVD, and 4K UHD.  While in the studio, Gunn revealed some interesting facts to excited fans! Watch the Facebook Live below:

James Gunn, writer and director of #GotGVol2, is LIVE on Facebook!Marvel Studios' "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is now available on Blu-ray, Digital, and 4K UHD: http://bit.ly/GOTG2GetItNow

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One of the most hilarious scenes at the end of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” was when Peter Quill was presented with a Zune, a post-mortem gift from Yondu. Gunn revealed that just as Peter’s mother Meredith communicated with him through her mixed tapes, Yondu will be communicating with Peter through the Zune playlist. What genre of music was Yondu’s favorite? We’ll have to wait and see.

Easter eggs are a huge part of the “Guardians” films; while Gunn refused to completely reveal the most hidden Easter egg from the first “Guardians of the Galaxy,” he did say that a few fans had gotten close to figuring it out. Gunn also teased that there’s an extremely difficult to find Easter egg in Vol. 2 that has yet to be found. Good luck, fans!

David Bowie’s music was a major part of the 1970’s soundtrack that was so prevalent in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” so it makes sense that Gunn was in talks with Bowie’s people about a possible guest appearance as a Ravager in the film. Sadly, Bowie passed away before it could happen. Ziggy Stardust, we will see you in the stars.

Make sure to stay tuned to Marvel.com for the latest on Marvel Studios film releases, and follow @Guardians on Twitter and like the official Guardians of the Galaxy page on Facebook for the latest!

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Museum curator Amanda Slack-Smith lays out the new MCU exhibition!

On May 27, ’Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe,’ the epic new museum exhibition, opened at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art in Queensland, Australia! And over 6,000 visitors lined out the door to experience the exhibition in the opening weekend alone!

A journey through the Marvel Cinematic Universe – from “Iron Man” to “Thor: Ragnarok” – the collection chronicles the entire filmmaking process, showcasing rare comic books and early concept art to screen-used props and wardrobe. ’Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe’ is a look at the craft and care in every line drawn, seam stitched, and shot filmed that’s sure to fascinate Marvel fans and art lovers alike.

We spoke with Amanda Slack-Smith, Curator of ‘Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe,’ about the thousands of pieces on display now at QAGOMA.

Marvel.com: How did this exhibition come to QAGOMA? Where did it all start?

Amanda Slack-Smith: Our state’s film industry body, Screen Queensland, were in negotiations with Marvel to shoot “Thor: Ragnarok” here in Queensland, and they suggested that Queensland also has an art museum that’s uniquely suited to film-related projects. QAGOMA is the only facility in Australia to specialise in the presentation of film as an art medium within an art museum environment, setting it in a small group of international market leaders, alongside the Centre Pompidou (Paris), Museum of Modern Art (New York) and Tate Modern (London).

The idea grew from this initial meeting, and it firmed up once we were able to meet the Marvel teams in Los Angeles and visit a number of their storage facilities to see the incredible props and costumes available. The filming of “Thor: Ragnarok” at the Gold Coast, very near the Gallery, was also important particularly when we were able to visit the sets and speak with some of the creative people working there, such as Brad Winderbaum (Executive Producer) and Dan Hennah (Production Designer) and were really able to connect with their passion for filmmaking and the franchise. Dave Bushore, Vice President, Franchise Creative and Marketing, from Marvel Studios also visited during this time and was enthusiastic about the idea of showing these objects and artworks within a museum framework.

Marvel.com: After the decision is made to take on such a major multimedia showing, what happens next? What’s your process for choosing the items to display?

Amanda Slack-Smith: We were in discussions with the Marvel team from the beginning about what was available from their extensive archives—and it was a lot—and then thinking about how we could present it in an art museum context. What were the thematic ideas we could draw from the films and what stories could we tell about the technical elements of filmmaking that would really make sense in an exhibition like this?

The Marvel teams were fantastic and really open to how we were wanted to tell these stories. They were supportive to our requests to the point that 50% of elements in the exhibition have never been seen outside of the set or archives. Nearly everything in the exhibition has come from Marvel with the exception of a few pieces from private collectors—such as the first issues of comics from the 1960s, which depict the debut appearances of all the MCU characters in the exhibition—and to be able to show authentic set-worn props and costumes alongside working drawings and artworks really set the tone to for the exhibition experience.

Marvel.com: As opposed to presenting a piece of artwork that has a self-contained process and construction, this exhibition illustrates the development of a film across disciplines and media—from comic book, to storyboard, to production design, to costuming, to film. How did you tell that story with this show? What was your vision for the layout and presentation of these pieces?

Amanda Slack-Smith: The exhibition is divided into three thematic strands, each allocated to a Gallery space. “The Cinematic Assembled” is very much the in-universe look at the characters and teams, breaking down the demarcations between individual films to explore the larger narrative arcs at play. It begins with a nod to Marvel’s comic book roots, with original appearances of MCU characters, as well as contemporary comic book narratives that have inspired the films.

This is followed by a focus on the Avengers, looking at the group coming together and pulling apart on ideological grounds as seen in “Marvel’s The Avengers,” “Avengers Age of Ultron,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Captain America: Civil War.”

Next is Captain America, a space featuring elements from “Captain America: The First Avenger” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” with a particular nod to the feel of the Smithsonian exhibition seen in the latter film. It’s followed by our “Alternate dimension” space, which brings together the film featuring human characters that venture into other worlds through the quantum realm (“Ant-Man”), astral projection and mirror dimensions (“Doctor Strange”) and the intergalactic (“Guardians of the Galaxy”). This area wouldn’t be complete without The Collector and the five infinity stones which underpin the universe. The last space in this strand is the Asgardian throne room which features the amazing set pieces from “Thor: Ragnarok,” including the throne, columns, murals and floor tiles directly from the set as well as elements from “Thor” and “Thor: The Dark World.”

“Decoding the Universe,” in our second Gallery, starts to deconstruct things a bit more, with a deep dive into the character of Iron Man and Tony Stark’s evolution across “Iron Man,” “Iron Man 2” and “Iron Man 3,” as well as an opportunity to explore all of the character across the films through comic books and interactive experiences.

Finally, “Behind the scenes” breaks down some of the filmmaking process with a closer look at storyboarding, animatics, previsualisation, keyframe artwork, costumes and props, make-up and prosthetics, post-production techniques such as computer generated imagery (CGI) and some awesome interactives. This space is a celebration of the artists, artisans and creative people working to bring these ideas together, under the guidance of the film makers, producers and production designers, to create the seamless films we enjoy in the cinema.

Naturally, we are also screening a retrospective of all of the films, from “Iron Man” to “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in the cinema during the exhibition.

Marvel.com: As a museum curator, you might see these items differently than even the biggest Marvel fan does. What stands out to you about these individual works?

Amanda Slack-Smith: I think fans and I are looking for the same thing, to find transformative and meaningful experiences told through creativity and passion. All of the works in the exhibition are a celebration of this, evident in the care and craftsmanship shown by the many artists involved from comic books to feature films.

A comic book highlight would have to be the original first page of Amazing Fantasy #15 featuring the first appearance of Spider-Man in 1962 drawn by Steve Ditko on loan from the Library of Congress in Washington. It’s a cultural treasure and a really important component of Marvel’s history. The throne room of Asgard, as drawn from the set of “Thor: Ragnarok,” is a definite highlight as its grandeur and scale allows visitors to experience what it might feel like to be on a film set. I think everyone seems to stand a little straighter and walk more purposefully when in the space!

Marvel.com: What are the differences between viewing these items up close in a museum versus viewing them on screen?

Amanda Slack-Smith: You get to see incredible detail! The costumes and props are so painstakingly crafted, but on screen they are a whirl of colour and movement. To be able to take the time to appreciate the leathery skin texture of the Thanos bust or the intricate use of materials in the costumes of Doctor Strange are experiences that are rare and fascinating. The attention to detail is something to behold and a testament to the craftsmanship and care taken in all aspects of their creation.

Marvel.com: What do you want visitors to take away from this experience?

Amanda Slack-Smith: The world of filmmaking is rich and complex, hopefully we’ve been able to not only let visitors experience the joy of seeing the physical elements they’ve loved seeing on screen in-person, but also pulled aside the curtain enough for them to see how these seamless cinematic experiences are created by the passionate and creative people involved.

“Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe” is open through September at QAGOMA in Queensland, Australia!

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The Fate of the Universe Lies on the Shoulders of the Galaxy's Greatest Adventurers

It’s showtime. During the CCXP Brazil, director James Gunn shared with his panel audience the teaser trailer for Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2! Watch it above. Obviously.

Also, take a look at the video with James Gunn and Chris Pratt below for a chance to walk the Red Carpet of Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Upload your photo to MarvelStudiosHeroActs.com between now and December 10 and we’ll donate $15 to Save The Children for every post.

Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits earthbound theaters May 5, 2017. Stay tuned to Marvel.com for the latest on “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” and keep up with @Guardians on Twitter and Guardians of the Galaxy on Facebook!

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See the origins of his impressive artwork in a Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' deleted scene from the MCU Phase 2 Box Set!

The mighty warrior Drax gets tipsy and tells all in this deleted scene from Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy”! Check out the scene above and get your copy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Box Set, available now from Amazon.

Drax (Dave Bautista) isn’t known for opening up to the rest of the Guardians, but after a few drinks, he comes clean to Rocket (Bradley Cooper) and Groot (Vin Diesel)! Drax delves into why he has such a rough exterior and reveals far more about his history than his teammates could have expected. Dive deeper into Drax in the video above!

Pick up your copy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Box Set, out now through Amazon! Stay tuned to Marvel.com for all the latest news and updates in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Enjoy behind-the-scenes antics from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, available in the MCU Phase 2 Box Set, out now!

See Bruce Banner’s first reaction when facing the intimidating Chitauri in a new gag reel from Phase 1 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Watch the video above and see more behind-the-scenes footage, like how Anthony Mackie earns his paycheck, in the gag reel below. Get both featurettes, and much more, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Box Set, out now through Amazon!

Enjoy these featurettes and much, much more in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Box Set, available now through Amazon! Stay tuned to Marvel.com for all the latest news and updates on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Watch the stars of the film earn their roles in their screen test, available on the MCU Phase 2 Box Set, out December 8!

The stars of Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” prove they have what it takes to become heroes in their screen test! Watch the duo run their lines in the video above and pre-order your copy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Box Set, out exclusively through Amazon December 8.

The dynamic between Star-Lord and Drax requires humor, power, and chemistry to convey the leadership and combat abilities displayed in “Guardians of the Galaxy.” Now you can enjoy seeing what filmmakers saw in Chris Pratt and Star-Lord in this screen test, showcasing Pratt’s wit and Bautista’s confidence! Enjoy the natural chemistry between the two actors in the video above.

Pre-order your Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Box Set now! Stay tuned to Marvel.com for all the latest news and updates in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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This Collector's Edition contains all six Phase Two films, Behind-the-scenes features, and much more!

Available for pre-order now, this limited edition box set contains all six films from Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Learn more about the Collector’s Set below and pre-order your copy now, available exclusively through Amazon December 8.

Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Two Collector's Edition box set

Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Two Collector’s Edition box set

The limited edition, 13-Disc Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two Collection invites you to hold the greatest power in the cosmos in your grasp – an orb containing one of the legendary Infinity Stones! Plus Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and Digital Copies of all Phase 2 films, in collectible packaging designed by artist Matt Ferguson. This set overflows with stunning Marvel memorabilia, including a gold-foiled page from the book of Dark Elves, an ancient drawing from the Morag vault, Avengers and S.T.R.I.K.E. uniform patches, a replica of the Tony Stark Tattoo from Marvel’s Iron Man 3, and much more!

Contents include:

  • Marvel’s Iron Man 3 (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
  • Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
  •  Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
  • Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
  • Marvel’s Ant-Man (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
  • 1:1 Prop Replica of the Orb
  • Exclusive Bonus Content Disc with 166 minutes of bonus material and more!

    Behind-the-Scenes Features include:

    From Here To Infinity: Phases 2 & 3 Of The M.C.U.
    Journey back through Marvel’s Phase 2 films, from its launch in Iron Man 3 through its fulfillment in Ant-Man, to see how individual characters grow and change, how their relationships with each other evolve over time, and how the universe itself expands with each story. Listen to filmmakers discuss the first set of Phase 3 films– Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, Marvel’s Doctor Strange, and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy 2 – and discover there are no limits to the adventure!

     – Phase 2 Tag Scenes: A Making-Of
    Learn the story behind the post-credit sequence in Marvel’s Phase 1 and 2 movies, and explore how the scenes connect and unify the far-flung characters and worlds of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

     – Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant (with Audio Commentary By Clark Gregg)

     – Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Thor’s Hammer (with Audio Commentary By Clark Gregg)

     – Marvel One-Shot: Item 47 (with Audio Commentary By Louis D’Esposito, Max Hernandez, Titus Welliver And Jesse Bradford)

     – Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter (with Audio Commentary By Louis D’Esposito And Hayley Atwell)

     – Marvel One-Shot: All Hail The King (with Audio Commentary By Drew Pearce And Ben Kingsley)

     – Marvel’s “Iron Man 3”: Deleted Scenes

     – Marvel’s “Iron Man 3”: Preproduction Creative

     – Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World”: Deleted Scenes

     – Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World” Preproduction Creative

     – Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”: Deleted Scene (with Audio Commentary By Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely)

     – Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”: Preproduction Creative

     – Marvel’s “Guardians of The Galaxy”: Deleted Scenes

     – Marvel’s “Guardians of The Galaxy”: Preproduction Creative

     – Marvel’s “Avengers: Age Of Ultron”: Deleted Scenes

     – Marvel’s “Avengers: Age Of Ultron”: Preproduction Creative: Hulk vs. Hulkbuster

     – Marvel’s “Ant-Man: Deleted Scenes”

     – Marvel’s “Ant-Man”: Preproduction Creative

    Pre-order your copy now and stay tuned to Marvel.com for all the latest news and updates on the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

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    The bigger they were, the harder they fell! Look back at the most fearsome foes faced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    The further the legends of the heroes in the MCU spread, the more villainous their foes became! From former business partners and brothers to hideous experiments and intergalactic invaders, the enemies came in all shapes and sizes. Take a look back at some of the villains who left a lasting legacy of brutality in the first two phases of the MCU!

    Take a look at these terrifying threats and stay tuned to Marvel.com for more look backs at the first two phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! These articles will contain spoilers, so proceed with caution if you haven’t watched all the Marvel Studios films.

    Obadiah Stane - Marvel's 'Iron Man'

    Obadiah Stane – Marvel’s ‘Iron Man’

    Obadiah Stane – Marvel’s ‘Iron Man’

    A lifelong friend of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and his father, Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges) first betrayed Tony by locking him out of his own company. He then stole the Iron Man blueprints and constructed a bigger, badder version of the already powerful suit. Both brain and brawn prove Iron Monger’s power, but it takes more than that to topple Tony.

    Abomination - Marvel's 'Incredible Hulk'

    Abomination – Marvel’s ‘Incredible Hulk’

    Abomination – Marvel’s ‘Incredible Hulk’

    No weapon in Thunderbolt Ross’ (William Hurt) arsenal could take down Hulk (Edward Norton), so he had to create one. With a combination of Super Soldier serum and a few special ingredients, Emily Blonsky (Tim Roth) transformed into a monstrous “Abomination.” This horrific creation remains one of Hulk’s most aggressive adversaries and their brawl leveled city blocks!

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    Frost Giants – Marvel’s ‘Thor’

    Many threats exist in the Nine Realms, but few can compare to the sheer size of the Frost Giants. Add the power of freezing their enemies to their size, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) proves his wisdom by avoiding them unless absolutely necessary, and even when that happens, it takes the diplomacy of Odin (Anthony Hopkins) to settle the dispute.

    Red Skull - Marvel's 'Captain America: The First Avenger'

    Red Skull – Marvel’s ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’

    Red Skull – Marvel’s ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’

    A brilliant tactician and genius scientist, Johann Schmidt (Hugo Weaving) could have become one of the greatest minds the MCU has ever seen. Instead, Schmidt underwent a terrible transformation into the Red Skull, allowing him to form Hydra and plant the seed for the most evil organization in the entire Marvel Universe!

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    Loki – ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’

    First appearing in “Thor,” Loki manipulated friends, family, and Asgardian royalty in hopes of carrying out his plans. Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have only barely managed to contain his villainy and mischief, as his nefarious schemes also permeated Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World.”

    Chitauri – ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’

    Each of the Avengers proved that they could take down a Chitauri warrior in a one-on-one situation, but their endless numbers make these aliens so intimidating! In addition to their numbers, having beasts whose size rival skyscrapers make for unrelenting destruction. Well, unless you have a Hulk to stand up to them.

    Thanos – ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’

    A threat that Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have yet to face head-on, Thanos (Josh Brolin) has limitless resources at his fingertips and he will happily aid anyone hoping to enslave anyone who proves their perseverance! When the Avengers finally clash with the Mad Titan, it will be a battle for the ages.

    Malekith - Marvel's 'Thor: The Dark World'

    Malekith – Marvel’s ‘Thor: The Dark World’

    Malekith – Marvel’s ‘Thor: The Dark World’

    Taking a page from Loki’s playbook, Malekith’s (Christopher Eccleston) villainous legacy comes from his skills as a fiendish plotter, carefully orchestrating schemes to weaken Thor and his family. Once Malekith gains the power of the Aether, the Dark Elf becomes one of Thor’s most destructive adversaries!

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    Ronan – Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

    A descendant of the powerful Kree race, Ronan (Lee Pace) has the advantage of super-strength, agility, and agility. His hammer-like armament, the Universal Weapon, assists in his eradications, and when combined with the Power Stone, it became an asset capable of destroying planets! Luckily, Ronan has no rhythm.

    Ultron – Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

    Tony Stark designed Ultron (James Spader) to help protect the planet. Ultron perverted that benevolent idea into the belief the only way to save the planet involved wiping humans from the face of it. Constantly evolving, adapting, and expanding, Ultron’s vigor rested in his resiliency, his cruelty, and his inhumanity.

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    Celebrate the completion of Phase Two by looking back at the most bone-crunching battles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

    We’ve already taken a look at the relatively fair fights with the Top 10 Showdowns in the MCU, but now we focus on the bedlam that ensued when our heroes were outnumbered! Assassins, the army, and aliens all took the offensive against the heroes of the MCU, leading to some of the most destructive, and most exciting, moments captured on film. Check out our picks for biggest battles and relive the mayhem!

    Take a look at these biggest battles and stay tuned to Marvel.com for more look backs at the first two phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! These articles will contain spoilers, so proceed with caution if you haven’t watched all the Marvel Studios films.

    Hulk vs. the Army – Marvel’s ‘The Incredible Hulk’

    Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) visits the college campus that has the data necessary to unlock the secrets of his violent transformation. Before he can put the data to use, General Thunderbolt Ross (William Hurt) unleashes a secret military force on Banner, leaving him with no choice to go mean and green! This battle marked the first glimpse of the unbridled rage of the Hulk in the MCU.

    Iron Man vs. Drones – Marvel's 'Iron Man 2'

    Iron Man vs. Drones – Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 2’

    Iron Man vs. Drones – Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 2’

    Originally designed for different military branches, Ivan Vanko (Mickey Rourke) hacked into hordes of high-powered drones that mirrored Iron Man’s (Robert Downey Jr.) technology. When Whiplash himself entered the fray, it took the combined powers of Iron Man and War Machine (Don Cheadle) to end the mayhem!

    Thor vs. Frost Giants – Marvel's 'Thor'

    Thor vs. Frost Giants – Marvel’s ‘Thor’

    Thor vs. Frost Giants – Marvel’s ‘Thor’

    When Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Loki (Tom Hiddleston), the Warriors Three, and Sif head to Jotunheim to seek justice for invading Asgard. The mighty Asgardians hold their own against the massive Frost Giants, but Odin’s (Anthony Hopkins) arrival and apology brings an end to the disastrous conflict.

    Battle of New York – ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’

    Loki’s partnership with Thanos pays off when the Mad Titan sends a legion of Chitauri sentries to New York City to destroy everything in their path. Earth’s Mightiest Heroes assembled to hold back the terrifying horde in a battle so destructive that its ramifications continue to be felt years later in the MCU!

    Iron Men vs. Extremis – Marvel's 'Iron Man 3'

    Iron Men vs. Extremis – Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 3’

    Iron Men vs. Extremis – Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 3’

    Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce) and all of his Extremis-infused underlings seem nearly unstoppable. Lucky for Tony, he has a legion of high-tech armor, his pal Rhodey, and even Pepper (Gwyneth Paltrow) to help him vanquish his foes in an explosive, high-octane orchestra of fire and metal!

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    Dark Elf Invasion – Marvel’s ‘Thor: The Dark World’

    With Loki imprisoned, Thor believes he has ensured the safety of his people, but when a rogue Dark Elf causes a prison escape, anarchy consumes Asgard! The Dark Elves eventually leave Asgard, but the casualties of the battle, including Frigga (Renee Russo), prove this sequence to be one of the most deadly in the MCU.

    Street Fight – Marvel's 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'

    Street Fight – Marvel’s ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

    Street Fight – Marvel’s ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

    Still unsure of his true identity, Captain America (Chris Evans) wages battle against the mysterious Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) in chaotic combat in the streets of Washington, D.C. Lucky for Cap, he has Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) to help him survive the vicious attack and plan a more organized brawl.

    HYDRA Revealed – Marvel's 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'

    HYDRA Revealed – Marvel’s ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

    Hydra Revealed – Marvel’s ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

    No longer lurking in the shadows, Hydra Agents turn on the remaining Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that stand in their way! With Hydra’s plans culminating, Captain America and company make their last efforts to destroy the evil organization, bringing down the Winter Soldier and three tricarriers along with it.

    Battle for Xandar – Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

    Battle for Xandar – Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

    Battle for Xandar – Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

    Armed with the Power Stone, Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace) poses such unrelenting ferocity that it takes the Nova Corps fleet to attacking his ship and the Guardians of the Galaxy attacking him face-to-face to even slow him down. Ultimately, it’s a combination of brawn, brains, and pelvic sorcery to stop Ronan’s punishment. 

    Sokovia Under Siege – Marvel's 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

    Sokovia Under Siege – Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

    Sokovia Under Siege – Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

    Designed to help protect the human race, Ultron (James Spader) corrupted that ideal and instead set his sights on destroying them. By lifting the nation of Sokovia into the sky in hopes of it hurtling back towards Earth, the Avengers fought with everything they had to save the nation’s population and destroy the land mass, all while caught in a melee with Ultron’s minions.

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    Head over to Amazon to get your copy of all six Phase Two films this holiday season!

    Now available for pre-order, check out this limited edition box set of all the Phase Two films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Learn more below and head over to Amazon to pre-order your copy today, coming this holiday season.

    The limited-edition, 13-disc Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two Collection invites you to hold the greatest power in the cosmos in the palm of your hand.

    Contents include:

    • Marvel’s “Iron Man 3” (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
    • Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World” (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)”
    • Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
    • Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
    • Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)
    • Marvel’s “Ant-Man” (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Copy)

    This Marvel fan’s dream features collectible, specially designed disc holders and exclusive Marvel memorabilia!

    Head on over to Amazon to pre-order your limited edition box set today! Stay tuned to Marvel.com for all the latest news and updates on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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