Guardians Of The Galaxy has released a new piece of concept art online at EW (opens in new tab) , with Kevin Feige also taking time out to give an update on what we can expect from the intergalactic spectacular.
The new image shows some form of spacecraft descending before a dazzled onlooker, which follows a previously-released image of a round-table discussion involving Rocket Raccoon and the humanoid tree, Groot.
And speaking of those two characters, Marvel bigwig Kevin Feige has been explaining how they are all set to make off with the entire movie.
[ A previously released piece of concept art ]
“It’s a huge story on a massive canvas,” says Feige. “We can take it to all those crazy places as long as all the characters respond in an emotionally truthful way.
"That’s why I believe people are going to respond to Chris Pratt and to an alien Zoe Saldana. They did respond to that one time before [ with Saldana’s character in Avatar]. And to a tree and a raccoon who, it is certainly our intention, will steal the whole movie.”
And EW (opens in new tab) also revealed a new piece of Captain America 2 concept art, featuring the Winter Soldier of the film's subtitle.
On that sequel, Feige asserts that it will stay in the present day: “We weren’t going back to World War 2... Cap cannot travel in time. So while Tony can go home to Malibu and Thor goes up to Asgard and Hulk can sort of ride the rails, Cap was stuck.
"Just as he’s given permission to let go of the past and to focus on the modern world… a ghost comes up."
Guardians Of The Galaxy will open in the UK on 1 August 2014, with Captain America: The Winter Soldier set to open on 4 April 2014.