PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
A group of intergalactic criminals are forced to work together to stop a fanatical warrior from taking control of the universe.
According to James Gunn, the film's soundtrack is composed mainly of 1970s-'80s songs, as they are part of Quill's memories of Earth: "The music is one of those touchstones we have to remind us that Quill is a real person from planet Earth who's just like you... ...
Peter. Your momma wants to speak with you. Come on, Pete, take these fool things off.
While visiting the Collector, he places the orb on a device that opens the orb. When Carina grabs the Infinity stone floating inside the orb she is clearly holding the stone before she instantly explodes and does major damage to the Collector's room and collection. Because she is not strong enough to hold the stone, her hand never moves the stone. As she explodes, several camera angles of the scene show the stone remains in the orb's force field the whole time. So the stone never needs to be placed back into the orb.
The opening credits are played over Star-Lord retrieving the Orb on a distant world, while he listens to "Come and Get Your Love" on his Walkman. That makes this one of the very few Marvel Cinematic Universe films that has a full opening credits sequence.
$94,320,883 (USA) (1 August 2014)
$333,130,696 (USA) (9 January 2015)
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