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Guardians of the Galaxy (retroactively referred to as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1) is a 2014 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the 10th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Directed by James Gunn, who wrote the screenplay with Nicole Perlman, the film features an ensemble cast including Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldaña, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, and Bradley Cooper as the titular Guardians, along with Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Djimon Hounsou, John C. Reilly, Glenn Close, and Benicio del Toro. In the film, Peter Quill and a group of extraterrestrial criminals go on the run after stealing a powerful artifact.

Perlman began working on the screenplay in 2009. Producer Kevin Feige first publicly mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy as a potential film in 2010 and Marvel Studios announced it was in active development at the July 2012 San Diego Comic-Con. Gunn was hired to write and direct the film that September. In February 2013, Pratt was hired to play Peter Quill / Star-Lord, and the supporting cast members were subsequently confirmed. Principal photography began in July 2013 at Shepperton Studios in England, with filming continuing in London before wrapping up in October 2013. In addition to an original score by Tyler Bates, the film s soundtrack includes several popular songs from the 1960s and 1970s chosen by Gunn. Post-production was completed on July 7, 2014.

Guardians of the Galaxy premiered at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on July 21, 2014, and was theatrically released in the United States on August 1, as part of Phase Two of the MCU. The film became a critical and commercial success, grossing $772.8 million worldwide and becoming the highest-grossing superhero film of 2014, as well as the third-highest-grossing film of 2014. The film was praised for its screenplay, direction, acting, humor, soundtrack, visual effects, and action sequences. It was nominated for two awards at the 87th Academy Awards, and received numerous other accolades. A sequel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, was released in 2017. A third film, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, will be released in 2023.


In 1988, following his mother s death, a young Peter Quill is abducted from Earth by a group of alien thieves and smugglers called the Ravagers led by Yondu Udonta. In 2014, on the abandoned planet Morag, Quill steals a mysterious Orb, but is attacked by forces of the fanatical Kree renegade Ronan the Accuser led by Korath. Although Quill escapes with the Orb, Yondu discovers his theft and issues a bounty for his capture, while Ronan sends the assassin Gamora after the Orb.

When Quill attempts to sell the Orb on Xandar, capital of the Nova Empire, Gamora ambushes him and steals it. A fight ensues, drawing in a pair of bounty hunters: the genetically and cybernetically modified raccoon Rocket, and the tree-like humanoid Groot. Nova Corps officers capture the four, detaining them in the Kyln prison. An inmate there, Drax the Destroyer, attempts to kill Gamora due to her association with the powerful intergalactic warlord, Thanos, and Ronan, who killed his wife and daughter. Quill convinces Drax that Gamora can bring Ronan to him, though Gamora reveals that she has betrayed Ronan, unwilling to let him use the Orb s power. Learning that Gamora intends to sell the Orb to the Collector Taneleer Tivan, Quill, Rocket, Groot, and Drax work with her to escape the Kyln in Quill s ship, the Milano.

Ronan meets with Gamora s adoptive father, Thanos, to discuss her betrayal. Quill s group flees to Knowhere, a remote lawless outpost in space built in the giant severed head of a Celestial. A drunken Drax summons Ronan while the rest of the group meets Tivan. Tivan opens the Orb, revealing the Power Stone, an item of immeasurable power that destroys all but the most powerful beings who wield it. Tivan s slave Carina grabs the Stone, triggering an explosion that engulfs Tivan s collection. Ronan arrives and easily defeats Drax, while the others flee by ship, pursued by Ronan s followers and Gamora s adoptive sister Nebula. Nebula destroys Gamora s ship, leaving her floating in space, and Ronan s fighters capture the Orb.

Quill contacts Yondu before following Gamora into space, giving her his helmet to survive; Yondu arrives and retrieves the pair. Rocket, Drax, and Groot threaten to attack Yondu s ship to rescue them, but Quill negotiates a truce, promising the Orb to Yondu. Quill s group agrees that facing Ronan means certain death, but that they cannot let him use the Infinity Stone to destroy the galaxy. On Ronan s flagship, the Dark Aster, Ronan embeds the Stone in his warhammer, taking its power for himself. He contacts Thanos, threatening to kill him after first destroying Xandar. Hateful of her adoptive father, Nebula allies with Ronan.

The Ravagers and Quill s group join with the Nova Corps to confront the Dark Aster at Xandar, with Quill s group breaching the warship with the Milano. Ronan uses his empowered warhammer to destroy the Nova Corps fleet. Drax kills Korath and Gamora defeats Nebula, who escapes, but the group finds themselves outmatched by Ronan s power until Rocket crashes a Ravager ship through the Dark Aster. The damaged Dark Aster crash-lands on Xandar, with Groot sacrificing himself to shield the group. Ronan emerges from the wreck and prepares to destroy Xandar, but Quill distracts him, allowing Drax and Rocket to destroy Ronan s warhammer. Quill grabs the freed Stone, and with Gamora, Drax, and Rocket sharing its burden, uses it to vaporize Ronan.

In the aftermath, Quill tricks Yondu into taking a container supposedly containing the Stone, and gives the real one to the Nova Corps. As the Ravagers leave Xandar, Yondu remarks that it turned out well that they did not deliver Quill to his father per their contract. Quill s group, now known as the Guardians of the Galaxy, has their criminal records expunged, and Quill learns that he is only half-human, his father being part of an ancient, unknown species. Quill finally opens the last present he received from his mother, a cassette tape filled with her favorite songs. The Guardians leave in the rebuilt Milano along with a potted sapling cut from Groot, which grows into a baby version of him.

In a post-credits scene, Tivan sits in his destroyed archive with two of his living exhibits: a canine cosmonaut and an anthropomorphic duck.


  • Chris Pratt as Peter Quill / Star-Lord: The half-human, half-alien leader of the Guardians who was abducted from Missouri as a child in 1988 and raised by a group of alien thieves and smugglers called the Ravagers. About the character, Pratt said, He had a hard time as a kid, and now he goes around space, making out with hot alien girls and just being a rogue and a bit of a jerk, and through teaming up with these guys, finds a higher purpose for himself. He also added that the character is a mix of Han Solo and Marty McFly. Pratt, who was mostly known for playing supporting characters, including Andy Dwyer on the television series Parks and Recreation, initially turned down the role. Pratt had lost weight to portray fit characters in films such as Moneyball and Zero Dark Thirty, and had given up ambitions to play the lead role in action films after humbling auditions for Star Trek and Avatar. Casting director Sarah Finn suggested Pratt to Gunn, who dismissed the idea despite struggling to cast that role. Despite this, Finn arranged for a meeting between the two, at which point Gunn was immediately convinced that Pratt was perfect for the role. Pratt also won over Feige, despite having gained weight again for Delivery Man. Prior to filming, Pratt underwent a strict diet and training regimen to lose 60 pounds (27 kg) in six months. Pratt signed a multi-film contract with Marvel, and was granted a temporary leave from his work on Parks and Recreation to accommodate his participation in the film. Wyatt Oleff portrays a young Quill.
  • Zoe Saldaña as Gamora: An orphan from an alien world who seeks redemption for her past crimes. She was trained by Thanos to be his personal assassin. Saldaña said that she became Gamora through make-up rather than computer-generated imagery (CGI) or performance capture. On taking the role, Saldaña said, I was just excited to be asked to join by James Gunn and to also play someone green. I ve been blue before. Saldaña described Gamora as … a warrior, she s an assassin and she s very lethal, but what saves her is the same thing that can doom her. She has a sense of righteousness. She s a very righteous individual.
  • Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer: A warrior who seeks to avenge his family s death at the hands of Ronan. On relating to the character, Bautista said, I can just relate to Drax so much it s not even funny. Just the simple things that we have in common. Simple things like the tattoos, the tragedy—because, you know, I had a bit of tragedy in my life, as well. So it s really easy for me to pull from that. Bautista also said that there was a lot of comic relief to Drax , but the character was not aware of it. Bautista stated that he did not do much preparation for the role, because Luckily, for me, I m a lifelong athlete and I adapted real quick. Bautista s makeup took approximately four hours to apply, though it could be removed in just 90 minutes. Drax has various scarring patterns on his body, which replace the simple tattoos from the comics, each having a specific story. Additionally, his skin tone was changed from the bright green in the comics to a muddier grey, to avoid visual similarities to the Hulk.
  • Vin Diesel as Groot: A tree-like humanoid, he is the accomplice of Rocket. Diesel stated that he provided the voice and motion capture for Groot, after originally being in talks to star in a new Phase Three Marvel film. Diesel also provided Groot s voice for several foreign-language releases of the film. Krystian Godlewski portrayed the character on set, though his acting was not used in the final character CGI. On the character, which Gunn based on his dog, Gunn said, All the Guardians start out the movie as bastards—except Groot. He s an innocent. He s a hundred percent deadly and a hundred percent sweet. He s caught up in Rocket s life, really. Gunn added that the design and movement of Groot took the better part of a year to create. Gunn added, The ways in which Vin Diesel says, I am Groot, I am astounded. All of the I am Groots that were earlier voices didn t sound very good at all … Vin came in and in one day, laid down all these I am Groot tracks, and he s a perfectionist. He made me explain to him with ever I am Groot, exactly what he was saying … It was amazing when we first put that voice in there how much the character changed and how much he influenced the character. Regarding the limited words used by Groot, Diesel said in many ways this was, … the most challenging thing to ask an actor to do. Diesel found an emotional note in his performance, invoking the death of his friend and Fast & Furious co-star Paul Walker, saying, This was in December, and the first time I came back to dealing with human beings after dealing with death, so playing a character who celebrates life in the way Groot does was very nice. Groot s form and size-changing abilities are seen, with Gunn stating that he has the ability to grow in the film.
  • Bradley Cooper as Rocket: A genetically-engineered raccoon-based bounty hunter, mercenary, and master of weapons and battle tactics. Gunn worked with live raccoons to get the correct feel for the character, and to make sure it was not a cartoon character , saying, It s not Bugs Bunny in the middle of the Avengers, it s a real, little, somewhat mangled beast that s alone. There s no one else in the universe quite like him, he s been created by these guys to be a mean-ass fighting machine. Gunn also based the character on himself. Describing Rocket in relation to the rest of the Guardians, Cooper said, I think Rocket is dynamic. He s the sort of Joe Pesci in Goodfellas guy. Cooper voiced Rocket, while Sean Gunn (James younger brother) stood in for the character during filming. James Gunn said that for the role of Rocket, some physical movements from Cooper, including facial expressions and hand movements, were recorded as potential references for the animators, though much of Sean Gunn s acting is used throughout the film. Sean noted they kind of stumbled into the process of him performing on set since they weren t sure how we were going to create that character . The same process continued to be used for all subsequent appearances of Rocket. Before Cooper was cast, James Gunn said that it was a challenge finding a voice for Rocket, that he was looking for someone who could balance the fast-talking speech patterns that Rocket has, but also can be funny, because he is really funny. But also has the heart that Rocket has. Because there are actually some pretty dramatic scenes with Rocket.
  • Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser: A Kree zealot and war criminal who agrees to retrieve an artifact for Thanos in exchange for the annihilation of his mortal enemies, the Xandarians. Ronan and his Sakaaran army hunt down the Guardians when they interfere with his goals. Describing Ronan, Gunn said, He is the primary villain, and he is a really twisted guy, he has a really religious bent in this film. He has a very sick and twisted view of what morality is; strength is virtue and weakness is sin and that is what he lives by, and I think he is very scary because of his beliefs, which are real to him. Pace, who originally auditioned for Peter Quill, described Ronan as a psycho and a monster .
  • Michael Rooker as Yondu Udonta: A blue-skinned bandit who is the leader of the Ravagers and a paternal figure to Quill. Yondu helps Quill to steal the orb before Quill betrays him, leaving Yondu and the Ravagers to chase the Guardians. On the character, Rooker said, he has some interesting issues—not a good guy, not a bad guy. There s hope and there s a heart inside Yondu. Gunn created the film s version of the character specifically with Rooker in mind, while borrowing the character s mohawk and use of a whistle-controlled arrow from the comics. Rooker fully committed to the role once he knew his role on the TV series The Walking Dead would be ending. Rooker s makeup took approximately four hours to apply.
  • Karen Gillan as Nebula: An adopted daughter of Thanos who was raised with Gamora as siblings and is a loyal lieutenant in the employ of Ronan and Thanos. About the character, Gillan said, She is the female villain of the film … She is very sadistic and evil, but I like to think for a very valid reason. She also added, I think she s a really interesting character. What I like to play around with is how jealous she is. She s Gamora s sister, and there s a lot of sibling rivalry. That s the most interesting aspect to me, because jealousy can consume you and turn you bitter, and ugly. And she s a total sadist, so that s fun too. Gillan researched the ancient Spartans, shaved off her hair, and trained for two months for the role. The character s makeup took approximately four-and-a-half hours to be applied.
  • Djimon Hounsou as Korath: A Kree ally of Ronan who is a feared intergalactic hunter. As to why he took the role, Hounsou said, I have a four-year old son who loves superheroes from Spider-Man to Iron Man to Batman. He s got all the costumes. One day he looks at me and says Dad, I want to be light-skinned so I could be Spider-Man. Spider-Man has light skin. That was sort of a shock. This is why I am excited to be a part of the Marvel Universe, so I could hopefully provide that diversity in the role of the superhero.
  • John C. Reilly as Rhomann Dey: A corpsman in the Nova Corps, the Nova Empire s military and police force.
  • Glenn Close as Irani Rael: The leader of the Nova Corps, known as Nova Prime, whose mission is to protect the citizens of the Nova Empire and keep peace. Close stated that she had always wanted to be in a movie like this , and that it would be the most fun to play something like the Judi Dench or Samuel L. Jackson role . She said that she took the role because she love to do stuff that s different and wanted to show that she always been up for anything. She also stated that her contract has several films on it, and that she would be open to working on other Marvel Studios films in addition to returning for Guardians sequels.
  • Benicio del Toro as Taneleer Tivan / The Collector: An obsessive keeper of the largest collection of interstellar fauna, relics, and species in the galaxy who operates out of a place in space named Knowhere. Describing del Toro s performance, Gunn said, He s like an outer-space Liberace. That s what it says in the script, which he s kind of doing. On bringing the character to life, del Toro said, What James wanted, that I found out little by little as I was doing it, is that he wanted me to explore and just keep pushing the character and keep creating as I was in front of the camera.

Additionally, Josh Brolin appears, uncredited, as Thanos through voice acting and performance capture, taking over the role from Damion Poitier. Sean Gunn stood in for Thanos during filming and portrays Kraglin Obfonteri, Yondu s first mate in the Ravagers. Alexis Denisof reprises his role as Thanos vizier, the Other , from The Avengers. Ophelia Lovibond plays Carina, the Collector s slave; Peter Serafinowicz plays Denarian Garthan Saal, a Nova Corps officer; Gregg Henry plays Quill s grandfather; Laura Haddock plays Quill s mother, Meredith; Melia Kreiling plays Bereet; Christopher Fairbank plays The Broker; Mikaela Hoover plays Nova Prime s assistant; Marama Corlett plays a pit boss at the bar, The Boot; Emmett J. Scanlan plays a Nova riot guard; Alexis Rodney plays Moloka Dar; Tom Proctor plays Horuz, a Ravager; and Spencer Wilding plays a prison guard who confiscates Quill s Walkman. Canine actor Fred appears as Cosmo. Stephen Blackehart had a supporting role. Naomi Ryan also had a supporting role in the film, though it was cut in the final version. Cameos in the film include: James Gunn as a Sakaaran; Stan Lee as a Xandarian Ladies Man; Lloyd Kaufman as an inmate; Nathan Fillion as the voice of an inmate; Rob Zombie as the voice of the Ravager Navigator; composer Tyler Bates as a Ravager pilot; and Seth Green as the voice of Howard the Duck.



I think anybody … who would have said that this would make a great main movie would have been laughed off. It s such an unlikely thing to do. So I think it s lovely to work on something and expose its potential to the point where a company like Marvel will say, Yes, this makes sense.

—Dan Abnett, co-writer of the 2008 Guardians of the Galaxy relaunch, on the project

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige first mentioned Guardians of the Galaxy as a potential film at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International, stating, There are some obscure titles, too, like Guardians of the Galaxy. I think they ve been revamped recently in a fun way in the book. Feige reiterated that sentiment in a September 2011 issue of Entertainment Weekly, saying, There s an opportunity to do a big space epic, which Thor sort of hints at, in the cosmic side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Feige added, should the film be made, it would feature an ensemble of characters, similar to X-Men and The Avengers.

Feige announced that the film was in active development at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con International during the Marvel Studios panel, with an intended release date of August 1, 2014. He said the film s titular team would consist of the characters Star-Lord, Drax the Destroyer, Gamora, Groot, and Rocket. Two pieces of concept art were also displayed, one of Rocket Raccoon, and one featuring the entire team. In August 2012, James Gunn entered talks to direct the film, beating out other contenders, including future MCU directors Peyton Reed and the duo Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. The Avengers director Joss Whedon, who signed a deal to creatively consult on all of the films leading up to The Avengers sequel, was enthusiastic about the selection of Gunn to direct, saying James is what makes me think it will work … He is so off the wall, and so crazy, but so smart, such a craftsman and he builds from his heart. He loves the raccoon. Needs the raccoon … He has a very twisted take on it, but it all comes from a real love for the material. It s going to be hard for to keep up.


Nicole Perlman, who was enrolled in Marvel s screenwriting program in 2009, was offered several of their lesser known properties to base a screenplay on. Out of those, Perlman chose Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning s Guardians of the Galaxy, due to her interest in space and science fiction, adding, I think were a little taken aback when I chose Guardians, because there were ones that would make a lot more sense if you were a romantic-comedy writer or something like that . Perlman spent two years writing a draft, immersing herself in the Guardians universe, and was asked in late 2011 to create another draft, before Gunn was brought in in early 2012 to contribute to the script. Gunn eventually rewrote the script entirely because it didn t work for him; he would use the film The Dirty Dozen as a reference to convey his ideas of the film to Marvel.

Gunn later explained that Perlman s draft was very different from the script he used during filming, including a different story, character arcs and no Walkman; he stated, In Nicole s script everything is pretty different … it s not about the same stuff. But that s how the WGA works. The 2012 screenplay also had J son as an emperor and Peter Quill / Star-Lord s father just like in the comic books. When Marvel asked Joss Whedon to revise the script ahead of Age of Ultron, Whedon particularly detested this reveal and suggested Marvel to not make Peter part of royalty; Whedon suggested Gunn to make the story weirder after reading the early draft. In August 2012, Marvel Studios hired writer Chris McCoy to rewrite Perlman s script, but was not credited in the final film.

Gunn revealed that character introductions were the hardest scenes to crack , with Thanos introduction being the most difficult. He felt that having Thanos be in that scene was more helpful to the than it was to Guardians of the Galaxy, yet he still wanted Thanos in the film, without the actual antagonist of the film, which is Ronan. To solve his dilemma, Gunn chose to have Ronan kill The Other , Thanos vizier, saying, I thought that was interesting, because we ve had the Other, who s obviously very powerful even in comparison to Loki, and then we see Ronan wipe his ass with him. So that I liked, but even that was sort of difficult, because it played as funnier when I first wrote it, and the humor didn t work so much.


In September 2012, Gunn confirmed that he had signed on to direct the film and rewrite the script. By the end of November, Joel Edgerton, Jack Huston, Jim Sturgess, and Eddie Redmayne signed deals to test for the role of Peter Quill, as did Lee Pace, which he confirmed a week later in early December. Other actors who were considered for the role included Thor: The Dark World s Zachary Levi, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Rosenbaum, and John Gallagher Jr. Chris Pratt was cast in the role in February 2013, as part of a multi-film deal that he signed with Marvel. Glenn Howerton was Gunn s second choice for the role.

In January 2013, filming was scheduled to take place at Shepperton Studios in London, United Kingdom, and Marvel Studios announced that the film would be released in 3D. Victoria Alonso, an executive producer on the film, said that filming would begin in June. She also said that both Rocket Raccoon and Groot would be created through a combination of CGI and motion capture, going on to say that You can t do any motion capture with a raccoon—they won t let you put the suit on. But we will do rotomation, probably, for some of the behavior … we definitely will have performers to emulate what James Gunn will lead to be, the behavior and the performance. He s very clear on where he wants to take the characters. In March 2013, Feige discussed Guardians of the Galaxy in relation to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, saying, It s much more of a standalone film. It takes place in the same universe. And when we ve been on the other side of that universe in other movies, you might see those characteristics in Guardians, but the Avengers are not involved with what s happening out there at this time. Feige also stated that 95% of the film would take place in space. In mid-March, Dave Bautista was signed to play Drax the Destroyer. Other actors who had been considered for the role included Isaiah Mustafa, Brian Patrick Wade, and Jason Momoa. By the following week, sculptor Brian Muir, who sculpted Darth Vader s mask for the Star Wars films, was revealed to be working on the film.

In early April 2013, Zoe Saldaña entered into negotiations to star as Gamora in the film, and it was confirmed she had been cast later that month. Amanda Seyfried had been offered the role, but declined due to the excessive hours of make-up required for the role, and her uncertainty over the film s commercial viability. Also in April, Michael Rooker joined the film s cast as Yondu Udonta, and it was announced that Ophelia Lovibond had been cast in a supporting role. By this point in time, Lee Pace was in final negotiations to play the villain of the film. In May, Marvel offered John C. Reilly the role of Rhomann Dey. At the same time, it was disclosed that filmmakers were looking at actors including Hugh Laurie, Alan Rickman, and Ken Watanabe, for another role, and that Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely were providing finishing touches to the script. A few days later, Glenn Close was cast as the head of the Nova Corps in the film, followed shortly by the casting of Karen Gillan as the film s lead female villain. By June 2013, Benicio del Toro was cast in the film, as part of a multi-film deal with Marvel Studios. Later in the month, it was confirmed that Reilly had been cast as Rhomann Dey.

Special effects makeup designer David White took head and body casts of actors, such as Bautista, to experiment with materials used to create the characters. White said, James always pushed for practical and makeup effects. He wanted, like me, to see the real deal there on set. White was careful not to use modern creature designs to ensure they did not fall short in Gunn s uniquely envisioned world. White and his team created upwards of 1,000 prosthetic makeup applications and 2,000 molds of different-colored aliens. For the specific aesthetic look to the film, Gunn wanted to create a colorful science-fiction world , and include elements of 1950s and 60s pulp movies, citing the Ravagers spaceships, which he compared to muscle cars, as an example of the latter. Science fiction artist Chris Foss inspired and helped design the final look of some of the spacecrafts that appear in the film. The Mass Effect video game series, Flash Gordon, Farscape, and Star Wars were primary inspirations for Gunn on the film.


Principal photography began around July 6, 2013, in London, United Kingdom, under the working title of Full Tilt. Filming took place at Shepperton Studios and Longcross Studios. Later in July, Gunn and the film s cast flew from London to attend San Diego Comic-Con International, where it was revealed that Pace would play Ronan the Accuser, Gillan would be Nebula, del Toro as the Collector, and that Djimon Hounsou had been cast as Korath. Close was later revealed to play Nova Prime Irani Rael. Also at San Diego Comic-Con, Feige stated that Thanos would be a part of the film as the mastermind . On August 11, 2013, filming began at London s Millennium Bridge, which was selected as a double for Xandar. In August 2013, Marvel announced that Bradley Cooper would voice Rocket. On September 3, 2013, Gunn said that filming was a little over half complete. Also in September, Vin Diesel stated that he was voicing Groot. However, Marvel did not confirm Diesel s involvement in the film at the time. On October 12, 2013, Gunn announced on social media that filming had completed.

Director of photography Ben Davis used Arri Alexa XT cameras for the film, saying, I m traditionally a photochemical fan, but going with the digital format was the right way for this movie … the Alexa the right look for this particular film . During the opening scenes in the 1980s, Davis chose JDC Cooke Xtal (Crystal) Express anamorphic prime lenses because they had more anamorphic artifacts and aberrations, which felt added something . Davis used spherical Panavision Primos for the rest of the film. Additionally, Davis worked closely with production designer Charles Wood in order to achieve the correct lighting looks for each scene. Dealing with two fully CGI characters forced Davis to shoot scenes multiple times, usually once with the references for the characters and once without them in the shot.

Gunn revealed that his brother, Sean Gunn, took on multiple roles during the filming process, such as standing in for Rocket, which he noted was beneficial for the other actors, including Saldaña, Pratt, and Bautista, who responded positively to Sean and his on-set performances. Sean was first hired to play Kraglin Obfonteri, but James hired him as a stand-in on set for Rocket because he knew he could trust in him until they could figure out how to portray Rocket, though they knew Sean would not voice the character, with Cooper being cast to voice Rocket very late in development. Special effects makeup designer David White made two life-size versions of Rocket and a bust of Groot as aids for visual effects, with White saying, it gives a good indication of where visual effects needs to pick up and whether Rocket can actually reach certain things or use certain devices . These busts were also used to see how the on-set lighting would affect the characters, to assist with the visual effects lighting process.

In January 2015, Disney revealed that the film came in slightly over the agreed budget at $232.3 million, with Disney receiving a rebate of $36.4 million from the British government. It was previously estimated to have had a $170 million budget.


In November 2013, Gunn stated that he attempted to use as many practical effects as possible while filming to aid the use of CGI and motion capture during post-production, saying, Our sets are enormous. We have a prison that is 350,000 pounds of steel. Anybody who knows me knows I love the mix of practical and CGI effects … I can t wait for people to see it, because it s astonishingly beautiful. After the release of Thor: The Dark World, Feige stated that the Infinity Stones would be a focus in the film, as well as going forward into the Phase Three slate of films within the MCU. In a separate interview for The Dark World in November, Feige added that a third, unknown Infinity Stone would be seen in the film, referred to as the Power Stone by the Collector. The mid-credits scene in The Dark World revealed Lovibond s role as the Collector s slave, later named Carina. In December 2013, Marvel confirmed that Diesel would voice Groot.

A few weeks of additional filming, involving the film s main cast and crew, occurred in March 2014 at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California. In April 2014, Gunn described Thanos as the head of the snake in the film, and confirmed he would appear via performance capture. In May 2014, Gunn stated that the film features an enormous amount of smaller and minor characters from the Marvel Universe, adding that he felt the film had the most characters overall of any Marvel Studios film to date. Costume supervisor Dan Grace added to this by saying, We really, really get the feeling of the scale and scope of the galaxy. We visit five planets, we see a hundred different races. The film introduces the alien race Sakaaran, who act as Ronan s mercenaries, as a replacement to the Badoon, as the Badoon film rights belonged to 20th Century Fox.

By the end of May, Josh Brolin was revealed as the voice of Thanos, with Feige confirming in July that Brolin also provided the performance capture for the character. Thanos communicates via hologram for much of the film, though he does appear in a scene with Ronan and Nebula. In June 2014, Feige added that Thanos and his followers are the biggest piece of connective tissue that will eventually lead us back into Avengers films in the future. On casting Brolin, Feige said,

We reached out to him and it was one of those things that does not happen all the time but when it does it s very nice, where he was totally intrigued. He was a fan of what we did, he met with Jeremy Latcham in a hotel in London and learned about the characters a little bit. I spoke to him on the phone a few times. We ran it by James who loved it, ran it by Joss who loved it because Thanos is in this universe because of Avengers. Then we shot him and recorded for it.

On July 7, 2014, Gunn announced on social media that he had completed work on the film. In August, regarding the post-credit scene, Gunn revealed that the scene did not involve Howard the Duck when it was originally filmed, rather he was added during post-production, a decision made by some combination of and the editor Fred Raskin . As the decision to add the character was made late in the post-production process, he had to be designed that day, before being handed off to Sony Pictures Imageworks to animate. Also in August, regarding the pre-credit scene of Baby Groot dancing, Gunn stated that he himself danced to provide motion reference for the animators, and that the decision was made to place the scene before the credits, rather than during or after them, because of positive responses from a test audience, which made Marvel and Gunn feel that they did not want people walking out and missing this thing . Marvel used design firm Sarofsky once again for the film s title sequences, after liking their work for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Sarofsky developed a custom typeface based on the font used in the teaser posters for the opening credits, which was tinted orange to offer a better contrast to the film s blue and grey imagery. One of the typography solutions offered before the final product wound up being repurposed as the locator cards seen throughout the film.

Visual effects

The film featured 2,750 visual effects shots, which make up approximately 90% of the film. The visual effects were created by: Moving Picture Company (MPC), who worked on creating Groot, as well as Morag, Xandar, the Dark Aster and the final battle on Xandar; Framestore, who worked on creating Rocket, extending the Kyln prison set and constructing Knowhere; Luma Pictures, who worked on Thanos; Method Studios, who worked on creating the Orb opening and revealing its powers, as well as the holographic displays at the Nova Corps command center; Lola VFX; Cantina Creative; Sony Pictures Imageworks, who worked on Howard the Duck and creating the Dark Aster shots with MPC; CoSA VFX; Secret Lab; Rise Visual Effects Studios; and Technicolor VFX. Pre- and post-visualizations were done by Proof and The Third Floor, with Proof also contributing to the creation of Rocket and Groot.

Producer Nik Korda noted how helpful it was to have Sean Gunn and Krystian Godlewski portray Rocket and Groot on set, as it provided references for lighting and on-set performances to the animators. When creating Groot, MPC realized early on that his eyes would be essential in maintaining the character s human qualities, as his face couldn t move in the way that humans do. MPC visual effects supervisor Nicolas Aithadi explained that, When you look at humans what makes the eyes interesting is the imperfections—trying to make these two irises not aimed at the same place—trying to make them strange and look more human. Textures for Groot came from a number of sources, including inspiration from a botanical garden in London, and the character was modeled as individual branches, rigged individually, to simulate a muscle system for the character.

One of the major challenges for Framestore in creating Rocket was his fur. Framestore s Rachel Williams explained that, since raccoon fur is made up from a layer of short fine hair and a layer of longer thicker hairs , these layers were separated and animated individually, removing the need to use guide hairs to control the movements of thick sections of fur. Framestore and MPC worked closely sharing assets, to ensure shots of Rocket at MPC would match the Rocket created by Framestore, and vice versa for when Groot was needed by the other studio.

In order to give Thanos the performance and the weight that he deserved , Luma Pictures created a new facial animation system to re-create Josh Brolin as a fully CG character, using his eyes, some of his cheek, how his muscles move when he talks . The character s large jaw, and the deep grooves that run down his face, had to be carefully planned out with the movement of his face.


In August 2013, Gunn revealed that Tyler Bates would be composing the film s score. Gunn stated that Bates would write some of the score first so that he can film to the music, as opposed to scoring to the film. In February 2014, Gunn revealed that the film would incorporate songs from the 1960s and 1970s, such as Hooked on a Feeling , on a mixtape in Quill s Walkman, which acts as a way for him to stay connected to the Earth, home, and family he lost. In May 2014, Gunn added that using the songs from the 60s and 70s were cultural reference points , saying, It s striking the balance throughout the whole movie, through something that is very unique, but also something that is easily accessible to people at the same time. The music and the Earth stuff is one of those touchstones that we have to remind us that, yeah, is a real person from planet Earth who s just like you and me. Except that he s in this big outer space adventure.

When choosing the songs, Gunn revealed he started the process by reading the Billboard charts for all of the top hits of the 70s , downloading a few hundred songs that were semi-familiar—ones you recognize but might not be able to name off the top of your head and creating a playlist for all the songs that would fit the film tonally. He added that he would listen to the playlist on my speakers around the house—sometimes I would be inspired to create a scene around a song, and other times I had a scene that needed music and I would listen through the playlist, visualizing various songs, figuring out which would work the best. Most of the songs were played on set to help the actors and the camera operators find the perfect groove for the shot , with David Bowie s Moonage Daydream the only song chosen and added during post-production. Gunn also said that the opening scenes were designed with Hooked on a Feeling in mind; however, once Gunn discovered Come and Get Your Love , the song used in the sequence, Gunn felt it was a better fit.

Three albums were released by Hollywood Records on July 29, 2014: The film s score, Guardians of the Galaxy (Original Score), which features the music composed by Bates for the film; Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), which comprises the twelve songs from Quill s mixtape; and a deluxe edition featuring both albums. By August 2014, the album which mirrored Quill s mixtape had reached the top of the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the first soundtrack album in history consisting entirely of previously released songs to top the chart. Hollywood Records also released a cassette version of the Awesome Mix Vol. 1 soundtrack on November 28, 2014, as an exclusive to Record Store Day participants. The cassette, which is the first cassette Disney Music Group has released since 2003, comes with a digital download version of the album.



At Disney s D23 Expo in August 2013, Feige presented footage first revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con in July 2013. The first trailer for the film debuted on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on February 18, 2014, with a special introduction by Chris Pratt. The Los Angeles Times said the trailer delivered some spirited alien action, with exploding spaceships and muscled bad guys, not to mention a few purely comedic moments, while spotlighting a number of the offbeat characters. Total Film noted the similarity of the trailer s opening clip to the 1981 film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, which Gunn stated was a big influence for Guardians, and made note of the edgy humor used throughout. Total Film also noted the similarity of the trailer to the one debuted at Comic-Con and D23, with a few new shots featuring Nebula and the Collector. Social media response to the trailer was strong, with 88,000 mentions across Twitter, Facebook and various blogs in a 12-hour period. Those numbers were comparable to trailers for other superhero films like Man of Steel and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and noteworthy for the late night-time period in which it premiered. The trailer received 22.8 million views in the 24 hours after it debuted. After the debut of the trailer, Blue Swede s version of Hooked on a Feeling , which was prominently used throughout the trailer, went up 700% in sales the following day. The line from Serafinowicz s character, What a bunch of a-holes , was only intended to be featured in the trailers, but due to its positive reception, was included in the final cut of the film. Gunn noted that a different teaser was almost released that was very cheesy sold the movie as something different than what it was , as it tested better than the version that was ultimately released. Gunn credited the marketing teams at Marvel and Disney for having faith in the latter version, despite how it tested, over choosing the version that would have mis-marketed the film.

In March 2014, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode T.A.H.I.T.I. introduced the Kree race to the MCU, which began a storyline that recurs throughout the series and involves finding a hidden Kree city. Also in March, ABC aired a one-hour television special titled, Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe, which included a sneak peek of Guardians of the Galaxy. Starting in April 2014, a two-part comic was released, titled Marvel s Guardians of the Galaxy Prelude. Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, with art by Wellington Alves, the first issue focused on the background of Nebula and her bond with Thanos; the second issue featured the adventures of Rocket and Groot before they join forces with the other Guardians. In June 2014, Mike Pasciullo, senior VP of Marvel Studios, described the marketing approach for Guardians of the Galaxy by saying that Marvel had built a robust marketing program for the theatrical release that carefully integrates traditional advertising, social media, digital marketing, strategic promotional partnerships, organic entertainment integrations publicity.

In July 2014, Marvel launched a viral marketing campaign for the film called Galaxy Getaways , a fictional travel website that allows users to book passage to some of the planets depicted in the film, including Xandar, Morag, and Knowhere. Beginning July 4, 2014, a sneak peek of the film was presented at Disneyland and Disney s Hollywood Studios in the Magic Eye and ABC Sound Studio theaters, respectively. Approximately 14 minutes of the film was screened on July 7, 2014, in IMAX 3D in the United States, and 3D theaters and IMAX 3D in Canada, along with two trailers. The screening was met with positive reviews, praising the humor, the 3D, and IMAX conversion, and Cooper s portrayal of Rocket. However, it was criticized for beginning partway through the film, not allowing viewers to easily acclimate to the film s tone, and for how the general audience might respond to a film within the MCU without established characters making appearances.

On July 12, 2014, Gunn and the actors from the film promoted Guardians of the Galaxy at the Lido 8 Cineplex in Singapore. On July 17, 2014, Disney Interactive released an action RPG video game titled Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon for iOS, Android and Windows devices. The game s original story was written by Dan Abnett, and was meant to complement the film. On July 21, Pratt, Saldaña, Bautista, Diesel, and Cooper appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote the film and debut some additional exclusive content. On July 29, Pratt and Saldaña rang the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange as part of the film s marketing strategy.

On August 14, Marvel released the scene of Groot dancing, which was shortly followed by an announcement from Funko that they were releasing a toy Dancing Groot . The Hollywood Reporter noted that the quick release of the scene from Marvel two weeks after the film s theatrical release, along with the rush announcement from Funko, indicated the popularity of both the character and the scene. The scene also produced the word grooting , coined by Michael Rooker, in which a person dances similar to Groot, with the word entering the social media lexicon. Also in August, Marvel held a special screening of the film at Children s Hospital Los Angeles, where Pratt dressed as Star-Lord to entertain the patients.


In June 2012, Marvel filed eleven trademark applications for Guardians of the Galaxy, covering a variety of consumer products, from video games to cosmetics. Disney Consumer Products partnered with Mad Engine, C-Life, New Era, Hasbro, Disguise, Rubies, Sideshow Collectibles, Lego, KIDdesigns, iHome, Funko, Freeze, Fast Forward, and Innovative Designs to produce merchandise for the film, with releases starting in June 2014. Mad Engine and C-Life were partnered as the core apparel outfitters, producing a line of T-shirts and fleece jackets, while New Era produced headwear and hats. Hasbro produced toys for the film; Disguise and Rubies produced the costumes; and Sideshow Collectibles was given charge of the collectibles. Lego announced three toy sets based on scenes from the film, while iHome created character speakers, Funko made vinyl bobbleheads, Freeze crafted 1980s-inspired apparel, and backpacks and stationery were made by Fast Forward and Innovative Designs. Despite first films in a potential new franchise usually being off-limits to licensees, Marvel used Iron Man s success as evidence of unknown characters becoming hits with audiences to attract partnerships. Licensees embraced Rocket as the film s potential breakout character, with Drax and Gamora being used for older demographics; Star-Lord s obsession with 1980s nostalgia, including his Awesome Mix Vo. 1 cassette, has also served as a basis for tie-in products. In August 2014, Funko announced a toy based on Dancing Groot , while in October 2014, Marvel and KID designs announced a replica of dancing Groot, for release in December 2014.

In December 2014, Disney made a second marketing push, to coincide with the film s home media release with additional merchandise. Merchandise partners included: KID designs with its replica dancing Groot; Funko s Fabrikations line with a plush Rocket; Mattel s Hot Wheels character cars; C-Life, Hybrid-Jem Sportswear, Freeze, MZ Berger, Accutime, AME and Her Universe with apparel; ThinkGeek with jewelry and watches; American Greetings with cards; Jay Franco with homegoods; and Vandor with drinkware. Additional partners included Mad Engine, Just Play, and Dragon Models. Paul Gitter, senior vice-president of Marvel licensing at Disney Consumer Products said, The demand for Guardians of the Galaxy merchandise has been truly out of this world. Our merchandising and retail partners are doing a tremendous job of providing creative and innovative ways for fans to continue interacting with these popular characters and showcase their fandom year round.



The world premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy was held on July 21, 2014, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The film was released theatrically in the United Kingdom on July 31, 2014, and in the United States on August 1, in 3D and IMAX 3D. The film was released in 4,080 theaters in the United States, making it the widest August release, breaking the five-year record held by G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (4,007 theatres). The breakdown of venues was: 354 IMAX screens, 3,200 3D screens, 350 large format screens, and 240 D-Box screens. In its sixth weekend, Guardians of the Galaxy was playing in 69 territories, its most. The film is part of Phase Two of the MCU.

In June 2014, Gunn stated that the film had always been planned as a 3D film, and Unlike many directors, I ve been actively involved with converting every shot to 3D, making sure it works perfectly for the story and the film, making sure it s spectacular and immersive without being silly, distracting, or overly showy. Gunn also revealed that the IMAX 3D version would include shifting aspect ratios, to make the viewing experience even fuller and more encompassing. I ve personally chosen all the places where the changes occur … The changing aspect ratios in this case are actually a part of the storytelling. In July 2014, Gunn revealed that there were multiple scenes he had cut from the film, and he was investigating how to release them, either in an extended cut of the film, or as bonus features on the film s home media release.

Home media

Guardians of the Galaxy was released for digital download by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on November 18, 2014, and on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, and DVD on November 24, 2014, in the United Kingdom and on December 9 in the United States. The digital and Blu-ray releases include behind-the-scenes featurettes, audio commentary, deleted scenes, a blooper reel, and an exclusive preview of Avengers: Age of Ultron. As of October 4, 2015, the film has earned over $118 million in sales in the US.

The film was also included in the 13-disc box set, titled Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two Collection , which includes all of the Phase Two films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was released on December 8, 2015. The IMAX Enhanced version of the film was made available on Disney+ beginning on November 12, 2021.


We wanted to do a space movie, and we loved the Guardians comics. Just the ridiculous pairing of a tree and a raccoon. It was before Star Wars came back with a vengeance. It was like, Let s try a big space movie, the kind of which hasn’t been around for a while. The audience is following us to these places. The success of Ant-Man and Doctor Strange helped us go, Hey, the audience is with us, and Guardians is probably the best example of how far they are willing to go.

—Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, on the success of the first Guardians of the Galaxy film

Box office

Guardians of the Galaxy earned $333.7 million in North America and an estimated $439.6 million in other countries, for a worldwide total of $773.3 million. The film became the third-highest-grossing film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, behind The Avengers and Iron Man 3. It was the third-highest-grossing 2014 film (behind Transformers: Age of Extinction and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies) and the highest-grossing superhero film of 2014. It had a worldwide opening weekend of $160.7 million. Deadline Hollywood calculated the film s net profit as $204.2 million, accounting for production budgets, marketing, talent participations, and other costs; box office grosses and home media revenues placed it fifth on their list of 2014 s Most Valuable Blockbusters .

North America

Guardians of the Galaxy earned $11.2 million on its Thursday night pre-opening, surpassing Captain America: The Winter Soldier s gross ($10.2 million) for the biggest Thursday evening start for a movie in 2014. IMAX accounted for 17% of the total gross ($1.9 million), which was the biggest August pre-release in IMAX format. On its opening day, the film earned $37.8 million, including the Thursday night earnings. Guardians of the Galaxy was the number one movie during its opening weekend and grossed $94.3 million, setting an August weekend record. During the opening weekend, IMAX earnings amounted to $11.7 million and 3-D showings accounted for 45% of ticket sales. The film s success was partially attributed to its appeal to both genders: the opening-weekend audience was 44% female, which is the biggest proportion ever for a MCU film; 55% of the opening-weekend audience was over the age of 25.

Although the film fell to second place in its second and third weekends, behind Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the film was number one in its fourth, fifth, and sixth weekend. By doing so, it became the first film in 2014 to top the domestic box office in non-consecutive weeks, the first film of the summer (May–August) to be the number one film in three weekends and the first MCU film to be the top film for four weeks, surpassing Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Avengers, both of which were number one for three weeks, and tied The Dark Knight for the most weeks at number one among comic book-based films. Phil Contrino, vice president and chief analyst of felt Guardians success was unconventional and was shattering expectations . The film remained in the top 10 for ten weekends.

The film was the top-grossing film of summer 2014, first of 2014 to pass $300 million for its domestic gross, and was the third-highest-grossing domestic film of 2014 (behind American Sniper and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1). The film was said to have injected life into an otherwise lower-than-normal summer box office.

Other territories

Guardians of the Galaxy was released in 42 international markets and grossed $66.4 million on its opening weekend. The biggest debuts came from Russia ($13 million), the United Kingdom ($10.8 million), Mexico ($6.5 million), Brazil ($6.5 million), and South Korea ($4.7 million). The film topped the weekend box office two times, in its first and second weekends. In its eleventh weekend, the film opened in China, earning $29.8 million, its largest, and became the third-highest opening in the country for any Disney release, behind Iron Man 3 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and was an all-time industry record opening in October. The following weekend saw an additional $21.3 million from China, making China the highest-grossing market with $69 million. The film s three biggest markets in total earnings were: China ($96.5 million), the UK ($47.4 million), and Russia ($37.5 million).

Critical response

The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 92%, with an average score of 7.8/10, based on 335 reviews. The website s consensus reads, Guardians of the Galaxy is just as irreverent as fans of the frequently zany Marvel comic would expect—as well as funny, thrilling, full of heart, and packed with visual splendor. Metacritic gave the film a weighted average score of 76 out of 100, based on 53 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A on an A+ to F scale, while earning an A+ among under-18 and 25- to 34-year-old viewers.

Scott Foundas of Variety said James Gunn s presumptive franchise-starter is overlong, overstuffed, and sometimes too eager to please, but the cheeky comic tone keeps things buoyant—as does Chris Pratt s winning performance , and praised the film s look created by cinematographer Ben Davis, production designer Charles Wood, and special effects makeup designer David White. Justin Lowe of The Hollywood Reporter also praised the film s look, and felt A well-matched ensemble rises to the challenge of launching a heroic origin film with distinctive style, abundant thrills, and no shortage of humor. The Daily Telegraph s Robbie Collin said, A brand new summer family blockbuster this may be, but it plays by old, half-forgotten rules; trimming out the clutter and cross-referencing for snappy, streamlined, Saturday-cartoon fun . Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times said, Blessed with a loose, anarchic B-picture soul that encourages you to enjoy yourself even when you re not quite sure what s going on, the scruffy Guardians is irreverent in a way that can bring the first Star Wars to mind, in part because it has some of the most unconventional heroes this side of the Mos Eisley cantina. Manohla Dargis of The New York Times said, While Guardians takes you down one after another crazy narrative turn, it also pulls you into—and, for the most part, keeps you in—a fully realized other world. Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times said, Guardians of the Galaxy is a late summer treat—a mostly lighthearted and self-referential comic-book movie with loads of whiz-bang action, some laugh-out-loud moments, and a couple of surprisingly beautiful and touching scenes as well, calling it a refreshing confection of entertainment.

Jake Coyle of the Associated Press was more critical of the film, calling it terribly overstuffed and many of the jokes get drowned out by the special effects … The pervasive movie references detract from the stab at freshness, and Guardians depends all too much on the whimsy of 70s anthems for an original beat. He also felt that Close, Reilly, and del Toro were underused in the film. Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle said, In place of wit, Guardians offers a sort of generalized willingness to be amusing, an atmosphere of high spirits that feels like lots of people pumping air into a tire that has a hole in it. Everyone is clearly working, but nothing is really happening–and yet the effort is so evident that there s an impulse to reward it. Kyle Smith of the New York Post also had a negative response to the film, comparing it to Howard the Duck and Green Lantern, and criticizing the dialogue, villains, soundtrack, lack of suspense, and the characters of Quill, Rocket, and Drax. The film received mixed reviews in China, according to state media outlet China Daily, where viewers complained that the film s poor subtitle translation not only spoiled the fun of watching it, but also made it difficult to understand its humor. Jim Starlin, creator of Drax, Gamora, and Thanos, said it might be Marvel s best movie yet . Director Steven Spielberg said that the film was the superhero film that impressed most as it does not take itself too seriously. He felt he had seen something new in movies, without any cynicism, or fear of being dark when needed.

In 2017, Guardians of the Galaxy was featured as one of the 100 greatest films of all time in Empire magazine s poll of The 100 Greatest Movies, as the highest MCU film on the list.


At the 87th Academy Awards, Guardians of the Galaxy received nominations for Best Makeup and Hairstyling and Best Visual Effects. The film s other nominations include an Annie Award, two British Academy Film Awards, and five Critics Choice Movie Awards (winning two).



Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was released on May 5, 2017, again written and directed by James Gunn. Pratt, Saldaña, Bautista, Diesel, Cooper, Rooker, Gillan, and Sean Gunn all reprise their roles in the film, and are joined by Pom Klementieff as Mantis, Elizabeth Debicki as Ayesha, Chris Sullivan as Taserface, and Kurt Russell as Quill s father Ego.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is scheduled to be released on May 5, 2023, with Gunn returning to write and direct. Pratt, Saldaña, Bautista, Diesel, Cooper, Gillan, Klementieff, and Sean Gunn reprise their roles in the film, and are joined by Will Poulter as Adam Warlock.

The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

In December 2020, Feige announced that a Disney+ television special titled The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, written and directed by Gunn, is set to be released in December 2022.

Year 2014
ReleaseDate 2014-08-01
RuntimeMins 121
RuntimeStr 2h 1min
Plot A group of intergalactic criminals must pull together to stop a fanatical warrior with plans to purge the universe.
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars, 52 wins & 102 nominations total
Directors James Gunn
Writers James Gunn, Nicole Perlman, Dan Abnett
Stars Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper
Produced by Victoria Alonso,Jamie Christopher,Louis D’Esposito,Kevin Feige,Alan Fine,David J. Grant,Nikolas Korda,Jeremy Latcham,Stan Lee,Jonathan Schwartz
Music by Tyler Bates
Cinematography by Ben Davis
Film Editing by Fred Raskin,Hughes Winborne,Craig Wood
Casting By Sarah Finn,Reg Poerscout-Edgerton
Production Design by Charles Wood
Art Direction by Ravi Bansal,Matthew Broderick,Thomas Brown,Ray Chan,Jordan Crockett,Romek Delmata,Alan Payne,Erik Polczwartek,Phil Sims,Mike Stallion,Mark Swain
Set Decoration by Richard Roberts
Costume Design by Alexandra Byrne,Nadine Powell
Makeup Department Georgia Allen,Lucy Allen,Daisy Almond,Jennifer Aspinall,Victoria Bancroft,Lisa Carracedo Barbet,Hayley Barkway,Emmy Beech,Farah Beegun,Paulina Boneva,Jessica Brooks,Benjamin Brown,David Christopher Brown,Nicola Buck,Steven Byrne,Hanna Canfor,Helena Card,Sacha Carter,Punam Chhatralia,Andy Clement,Karen Cohen,Sharon Colley,Tania Couper,Robb Crafer,Benjamin Crean,Sally Crouch,Gemma Curran,Sally Rose Davidson,Niki De Jong,Nathaniel De’Lineadeus,Deborah La Mia Denaver,Robert Kato DeStefan,Sarah Downes,John Eldred-Tooby,Ann Fenton,Annette Field,Luke Fisher,Patt Foad,Bella Ava Georgiou,Stephanie Gibbins,Andre Gilbert,Vesna Giordano,Richard Glass,Jo Grover,Nelly Guimaras,Joel Hall,Kevin Haney,Danielle Harding,Siobhan Harper Ryan,Victoria Holt,Kati Hood,Charlie Hounslow,Andy Hunt,Beth Hyland,Giacomo Iovino,Colin Jackman,Catriona Johnstone,Margie Kaklamanos,Jamie Kelman,James Kernot,Angela Kiely,Sophia Knight,Cerina Knott,Nicky Knowles,Miia Kovero,Anna Krawczyk,Karen Lamb,Ailsa Lawson,Laura Lieffring,Sebastian Lochmann,Chris Lyons,Leonard MacDonald,Kristyan Mallett,Zoe Marsden,Clayton Martinez,Claire Matthews,Stuart Matthews,Nuria Mbomio,Scarlett McGrath,Kirsty Mcqueen,Bart Mixon,Alice Moore,Jon Moore,Fawn Muller,Antonia Neophytou,Ken Niederbaumer,Lesley Noble,Sharon O’Brien,Jane O’Kane,Sunita Parmar,Brian Penikas,Nina Pratley,Robin Pritchard,Susie Redfern,Stuart Richards,Adrian Rigby,Nora Robertson,Amy Rogers,Alex Rouse,Debbi Salmon,Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore,Loulia Sheppard,Colin Shulver,Andrew Simonin,Becca Smith,Clinton Smith,Harvey Smith,Stephanie Lynne Smith,Lucie Snow,Paul Spateri,Vera Steimberg,Brett Stern,Malwina Suwinska,Henrik Svensson,Lorenzo Tamburini,Barbara Taylor,Valentina Visintin,Fiona Walsh,Alexandra Wathey,Eloise Waymouth,David White,Sabrina Wilson,Faye Windridge,Kate Laura Woodhead,Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou,Louise Young,Lauren Katie Cox,Victoria Gugenheim,Michael S. Pack,Pascale Recher,Robert Smithson,Sarah Weatherburn
Production Management Sanchari Chowdhury-Kesler,Jyoti Bhalchandra Deshpande,Jodie Gregory,Kate Hazell,Nikolas Korda,Ashish Kukian,Bruce Markoe,Sharon McGuinness,Hermione Ninnim,Nadia Paine,Jason Pomerantz,Page Rosenberg-Marvin,Michael Solinger,Charuhas Sonar,Jesse Torres
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Jamie Christopher,Max Christopher,Mark Cockren,Irene Díaz,Dominic Fysh,Stewart Hamilton,Jason Inman,David Keadell,Brandon Lambdin,Steve Love,Peter MacDonald,Laurie Mahon,Michela Marini,Ryan Newberry,Christian Otty,Richard Oxford,Rickie-Lee Roberts,Matthew Sharp,Arthur Shepherd,Arianna Singhania,Emma Stokes,Jonathan Taylor
Art Department Andrew Ainscow,Yasmin Al-Naib,John Allen,Richard Anderson,Bryan Andrews,Daniel Andrews,Julian Ashby,Philippa Ashcroft,Cumron Ashtiani,Philip Babbage,Denise Ball,Jim Barr,Sophie Dyer Bartlett,Andrew Bennett,Andrew Betts,Emily Bick,John Bohan,Andrea Borland,Grant Boulton,Virginie Bourdin,Alex Bowens,Jennifer Bowes,Matt Boyton,Alex Bradford,Jack Brewer,Matthew Broderick,Michela Bruno,Goran Bukvic,Ian Bunting,Chris Caldow,Martin Campbell,Oliver Carroll,Paul Catling,Andy Challis,Lottie Chamberlain,Joel Chang,Sam Chapman,Kevin Chen,Bob Cheshire,Po Sing Chu,Dean Clegg,Matt Codd,Dean Coldham,Deano Harry Coldham,Lee Compton,Hugh Conlon,Keith Connolly,Max Connolly,Chris Cook,Kelvin Cook,Chris Costello,Scott Creane,Ben Crooks,James Cullane,Filippo Dattola,Garry Dawson,Diego de Lajonquiere,Jonas De Ro,Julia Dehoff,Paolo DeLeon,Romek Delmata,Tim Divar,Peter Dorme,Mark Dowling,Steve Dring,Paul Duff,Keith Edwards,Sean Egan,Sander Ellers,Colin Ellis,Scott Elms,Adriaan Engelbrecht,James Enright,Lucy Eyre,Gregory Fangeaux,Mimsy Farmer,Roberto Fernández Castro,Jeff Finch,Neil Floyd,Chris Foss,Anthony Francisco,Shepherd Frankel,David French,Rodney Fuentebella,Neil Gahm,Fred Gambino,Christopher Gardner,Liam Georgensen,Barry Gibbs,Fred Gibbs,Hayley Gibbs,Lily Gibbs,Lucy Gibson,Brendan Gillespie,Michael Glynn,Jessica Goodall,Oliver Goodier,Emma Goodwin,Gavin Gordon,Gavin Grant,Sean Greenham,Craig Guinan,Robert Hale,Nate Hallinan,Emma Hanson,Joseph Harlow,Mark Harris,Patrick Harris,Nathanial Harrison,Dean Hawley,Ian Hazlewood,Josh Herman,Gary Hidalgo,Amy Hill,Tim Hill,Toby Hill,Scott Hillier,David Hobbins,Robert Hochstoeger,David Hodges,Jason Hopperton,Chris ‘Flimsy’ Howes,Emily Hubbard,Tom Hughes,Rhys Ifan,Tara Ilsley,Harry James,Peter James,Kevin Jenkins,B. Jones,Bethan Jones,Jesse Jones,Thomas Jones,Rob Jose,Matt Kazmierczak,Adam Kedis,David Ned Kelly,Steven Kelly,John Kelso,Andrew Kim,Jeremy King,Thomas Kingsley,Sam Kissick,Justyna Krawczyk,David Krentz,Maciej Kuciara,Nadezda Kuzmina,Angela Kyriacou,Fabian Lacey,Martin Lane,Dominique Law,Robin Lawrence,Steven Lawrence,Peter Lee,Stephane Levallois,Gerald Linnane,Steve Loveday,Tracy Low,Sean Mannion,Annika Mantle,Jerad Marantz,Jessica Lucy Martin,Stephan Martinière,Lily Mathiszig-Lee,Iain McCaig,Rob Mear,Ryan Meinerding,Sebastian Meyer,Rachel Minchin,Guy Mount,Brian Muir,Kate Murray,Thomas A. Nelson,Mitch Niclas,Carlos Nieto Lopez,Cafe Noir,Billy Noonan,John O’Connor,Danny O’Keefe,John O’Shaughnessy,Pat Oldknow,Mark Papworth,Andy Park,Michael Parkin,Darryl Paterson,Nathan Payne,Carl Peters,Francis Poirier,Thomas Power,Kathryn Prince,Olivier Pron,Todd Rex,Victoria Reynolds,Paul Rigby,Matthew Robinson,Mark Rocca,Aaron Rodriguez,Daniel Rogers,Geoff Romero,Chris Rosewarne,Matt Rowe,Alex Rutherford,Brenden Salmon,Cosmo Sarson,Sean Schofield,Matt Sedgewick,Jamie Seymour,Claire Shakespeare,Toby Shears,Matt Sims,Alex Smith,David Smith,Kate Alexandra Smith,Mark Smith,Nick Smith,Sarah Smith,Roland Stevenson,Will Sumpter,Stephen Swain,Charles Szczech,Jackson Sze,Paul Szebesta,Oliver Tarling,Thomas T. Taylor,Emma Teader,Theo Thermaenius,Bill Thomas,Daniel Thompson,Pete Thompson,George Thomson,Liam Tilley,Tim Timmington,Rebecca Timons,Mark Tompkins,Marc Trunk,Richard Usher,Arnaud Valette,Oli van der Vijver,Emma Vane,Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez,Christopher Vincent,Dan Walker,April Wallace,Dale Walters,Clive Ward,Peter Watson,Oscar Watts,Ivan Weightman,John Weller,Charlie Wen,Jamie White,Terry Whitehouse,Luke Whitelock,Carl Wilson,Jeff Woodbridge,James Woodcock,Jane Wu,Ian Zawadzki,Andy Colquhoun,Danelle Davenport,David Farrow,Julia Friedl,Philip Gay,Jama Jurabaev,Jamie Knight,Louis Lagayette,Darrel Morland,Scott A. Riley,Kim Senior,Adam Shepherdly,Thea Soady,Rut Villamagna,Oskars Vilnitis-Pantelejevs
Sound Department David Acord,Marco Alicea,Jonathan Borland,Christopher Boyes,Jeannette Browning,Craig Burns,David Chrastka,Mark DeSimone,Luke Dunn Gielmuda,Danielle Dupre,Coya Elliott,Arthur Fenn,Doug Ford,Alexandra Gallo,Jeff Gersh,James Gibb,John Hayes,Simon Hayes,Lora Hirschberg,Robin Johnson,Doc Kane,William B. Kaplan,Scott Levine,Josh Lowden,Chris Manning,Kyrsten Mate,Lucas Miller,Dan Mockensturm,John Mooney,Charlotte Moore,Dan Morgan,Steve Morris,Cheryl Nardi,Matthias Neumann,Jon Null,Thomas J. O’Connell,Michael Piotrowski,Renee Russo,Brian Saunders,Steve Schatz,Dee Selby,Kevin Sellers,Brad Semenoff,Tony Sereno,Lee Sharp,John Sheridan,Greg Steele,Dennie Thorpe,Stephen Urata,Jana Vance,Dylan Voigt,Jules Washington,Matthew Wood,James Wright,George Atkins,Justine Baker,John Baldofsky,Hunter Berk,Sam Biggs,Scott Cannizzaro,Glen Gathard,Evan J Haley,Peter Hanson,Ben Jeffes,Mark Lindauer,Kyrsten Mate,Stuart McCutcheon,Edgar Meza,Dan Mockensturm,David Peifer,Andy Stallabrass,Matthew Wood,Ryan Young
Special Effects by Fazil Ahmed,Matthew G. Armstrong,Beverly Austin,Adam Banks,Will Bazeley,Daniel Bentley,Paul Bentman,Pete Britten,Frederick Buhagiar,Chris Corbould,Ian Corbould,Jamie Corbould,Paul Corbould,Sophie Corbould,Ross Crawford,Fernando da Silva,Christopher A. Dalton,Alicia Davies,Paul Davin,Jake Dimmer,Tony Edwards,Mark Evans,Michael Fox,Vincent Gilbert,Hugh Goodbody,Tom Goodman,Jennifer Groves,Joe Halford,Guy Hauldren,Keith Haynes,Andrew Homan,Gareth Jolly,Caroline Journo,Sean Leeson,Jason Leinster,Matt Lewis,Ivan Manzella,Luke Marcel,Glenn Marsh,Noah Meddings,Huw Millar,Tom Murtagh,Jonathan Oram,William Overstall,Ken Pearce,Melvyn Pearson,Charlie Pedersen,Alistair Poulter,Rashmi Salvi,Hugo Sands,Andy Simm,Nigel Sinclair,Christopher Smith,Karol Stachowicz,Adam Stanton,Paul Waller,Olivia Whitaker,Daniel Williams,Gareth Wingrove,Nico Zarcone,Ceri Nicholls,Dale Roberts
Visual Effects by Aurelia Abate,Nada Abdou,De Abhijit,Owyn Abram,Eri Adachi,Kevin Adams,Marc Adamson,Mayur Dadarao Adhau,Brian Adler,Nidhi Agarwal,Rohit Agarwal,Fazil Ahmed,Yunmi Ahn,Tolu Aina,Nicolas Aithadi,Axel Akesson,Zahra Al-Naib,Silvio Alberti,Anjel Alcaraz,Holly Aldersley,Jovanovic Aleksandar,Mithun Jacob Alex,Maria Asim Ali,Casey Allen,Jon Allen,Nick Irving Allen,Oliver Allen-Wielebnowski,Khalid Almeerani,Juan Alonso,Donald Altamirano,Juan Alvarez,Miriam Alvarez,Weverton Alves,Michael Amato,Mauricio Amezcua Arregui,Kapil Dev Anand,Seshadri Anand,Katarzyna Ancuta,John Anderholm,Richard Anderson,Sophie Anderson,Valeria Andino,Pedro Andrade,Dwight Angelito,Nigel Ankers,Kosta Anovski,Christopher Anthony,Vasilis Antipas,Galder Apraiz,Syed Arafath Apsar,Patricia Martinez Arastey,David Armitage,Luke Armstrong,Gabriel Arnold,Joe Arnold,Adam Arnot,Dhruv Arora,Aitor Arroyo,Eduardo Arroyo,Raghuwanshi. Arun Singh,Stefan Ash,Paul Ashall,Ambrish Ashish,Myles Asseter,Szilvia Aszmann,Atanas Atanasov,Davey Atkinson,Jonathan Attenborough,Jared Auty,Biswas Avijit,Elden Avila,Kunal Ayer,Baburajan,Paul A. Baccam,Austin Baerg,Esther Bailey,Richard Baillie,James Baker,Richard Baker,Jamie Bakewell,Manjusha Balachandran-Hall,Maggie Balaco,Mahesh Balakrishnan,Santhoshi Balasubramanian,Sanjay Baliga,Matthew Ball,Dorothy Ballarini,Aleksander Ballo,Subhashis Banik,Hamed Bank,Zheng Bao,Marco Baratto,Pierrick Barbin,Helen Barden,Giacomo Bargellesi,Wesley Barker,William Barkus,Guillaume Barlier,Brandon Barney,Neill Barrack,Manuel Barrero,John Barrigar,Hernan Barros,Andrew Barry,Scott Bartels,Peter Bartfay,Valentina Bartiromo,Bryan Bartlett,Dan Bartolucci,Gunjan Baruah,Geeta Basantani,Lee Baskerville,Mark Battle,Erwann Baudet,Denis Baudin,Ryan Bauer,Travis Baumann,Rubén Bautista,Brian Baxter,Remy Bay,Basel Bazlamit,Matt Beale,Nicolas Beaufays,Daniel Beckmann,Lizi Bedford,Leah Beevers,Luca Bellano,Ashley Bellm,Jeannie Ben-Hain,Jean Bennamias,Charlie Bennett,Stephen Bennett,Krista Benson,Brian N. Bentley,Siobhan Bentley,Frank Benton,Prabir Bera,Lara Berners,Jeremy Berruel,Rich Best,Aaron D. Beyer,Suraj Bhagat,Ediga c Bharath,Aravind Bhat,Lalit Bhavsar,Sameer Bhoyar,Jason Bidwell,Daniele Bigi,Alain Bignet,William Pete Bingham,Shane Birdsill,Kunal Biswas,Peter Blackburn,Michael Blain,Gerald Blaise,Timothy Blake,Stefanie Blatt,Sandro Blattner,Brandon Blevins,Jeff Bloch,Michelle Blok,David Blythe,David Bobichon,Michael Boden,Dan Bodenstein,Jules Bodenstein,Joel Bodin,Mike Bodkin,Martin Bohm,Lucian Boicu,Francesc Bolló,Jason Bomstein,Austin Bonang,Luca Bonatti,Fabrizia Bonaventura,Vincent Bonnet,Daniel Booty,Harsh Borah,Daniel Borg,Michael Borhi,Lucie Bories,Mark Bortolotto,Sudeepto Bose,Micha Boström,Kyle Botha,Dionysis Bouloutzas,Toma Bowen,Jamie Bowers,Jason Bowers,Amelia Braekke-Dyer,Andre Braithwaite,Michael Brako,Emma Braney,Sheldon Brathwaite,Erik Bratlien,Benjamin Bratt,Ben Breckenridge,Dan Breckwoldt,Justin Brekke,Michelle Lynne Brenner,Bailey Brent,Xavier Breuil,Hayes Brien,Zaira Brilhante,Scott Brindley,Matthew Bristowe,Andrew Brittain,Andre Brizard,Daniel Brkovic,Juan Pablo Brockhaus,Tasha Brotherton,Julie Brown,Kari Brown,Nick Brown,Rochelle Brown,Laurie Brugger,Lee Brunet,Simone Bruni,Mattia Bruno,Tom Bruno,Stuart Bruzek,Rob Bryson,Marc Brzezicki,Thomas Buckingham,Charles Bunnag,Lersak Bunupuradah,Delphine Buratti,Sophie Burie,Blair Burke,Darrell Burke,Pauline Burns,Andy Burrow,Jeffrey Burt,Julian Burt,Henry Bush,Simon Butler,Sarah Byers,Conor Byrne,Daniela Cabrera,Jay Caguioa,Alvaro Cajal,Adriano Calafiore,Juan Francisco Calero,Alexander Cameron,Francesc Camos,Grady Campbell,Zac Campbell,Alex Cancado,Huseyin Caner,Hui Cao,Ivan Castane Capel,Francesco Capone,Miguel Carballal,Marco Carboni,Qzan Carmichael,Brian Carney,Ronan Carr Fanning,Carlos Carrillo,Jeremy P. Carroll,Thomas Carter,Mark Carver,Giovanni Casadei,John Cassella,Marco Castellani,Miguel Castrillo,Monica L. Castro,Galen Caulfield,Joe Censoplano,Stephane Ceretti,Gabriel D. Cervantes,Chris Chadwick,Maxime Chaix,Martina Chakarova,Jaroslava Chalasova,Raviraju Challa,Thomas Champon,Hubert Chan,Manjoe Chan,Michael Chan,Solene Chan-lam,Matthew Chandler,Paul Chandler,Malavika Chandrakanth,Anoop Chandran,Barish Chandran,Balachandar Chandrasekaran,Jae Young Chang,Paul Chapman,Rob Chapman,Vikki Chapman,Jonathan Cheetham,John Chen,Aleksei Chernogorod,Vanessa Cheung,Vamsi Krishna Chilamkurthi,Tagui Chilyan,Christopher Chinea,Jeremy Chinn,Rachan Chirarattanakornkul,Daniel Chirwa,Sandra Chocholska,Satyaki Paul Choudhury,Ann Chow,Bradley Chowning,Stefano Cieri,Simone Ciliani,Vincent Cirelli,Jordan Cirera,Carlos Ciudad,Joseph Civitate,Peter Claes,Caleb Clark,Graham D. Clark,Ross Clark,Alex Clarke,Amandine Claude,Darrell Claunch,Trent Claus,Claudio Clemente,James Clowater,Riccardo Coccia,Isabel Cody,Gregory Coelho,Adam Coglan,Patrick Cohen,Rachel Hannah Cohen,Esme Coleman,Chad E. Collier,Ian Comley,Amanda Confavreux,Tristan Connors,Sorie Conteh,Chris Cook,Chris Cooper,Stephanie Cooper,Matt Cordero,Juan Francisco Correa Diaz,Nicolas Corson,Chad Cortvriendt,Danielle Costa,Chiara Costantino,Ivan Costarrosa Rios,Tom Coster,Mike Coughlin,Agathe Courtisse,Antonio Covelo Peleteiro,David Cowles-Brooks,Daniel Cowley,Sam Cox,Craig Crane,David Crane,Jaume Creus,Tristan Crichton,Ruxandra Cristoiu,Matthew Crnich,Peter Cromwell,Steven Crowe,George Cuddy,Nick Curdy,Davide Curletti,Mark Curtis,Tony Cutrono,Poprizov Cvetan,Melina Tancheva Cvetanoska,Anthony D’Agostino,Samuel M. Dabbs,Paul Daiko,Phil Dakin,Adolfo Dalda,Michaela Danby,Sopan Darandale,Varuna Darensbourg,Nicolas Darques,Brad Darrow,Soumava Das,Filippo Dattola,Alexandra Daunt Watney,Chelsea Davenport,Jose Augusto David,Christopher Davies,Jonathan Davies,Steven Davies,Tom Davies,Camila Davila,Amy Davis,Fon Davis,Gayanath Dayasundara,Bruno Martins de Azevedo,Aurore de Blois,Robin De Lillo,Matías De Rose,Ruth Deane,Rachel Pieper Decker,Christophe Dehaene,Eric Deinzer,Chris Del Conte,Jake Delaney,Juan Carlos Delgado Gonzalez,Ruy Delgado,Alberto Della Regina,Stanley A. Dellimore,Valentin Dely,Paul Denhard,Claire Denwood,Steven Denyer,Ivy Depies,Matías Derkacz,Anurag Deshmukh,Rustin Devendorf,Adam Dewhirst,Santosh Kumar Dey,Silvia Di Felice,Sara Diaz,Michael Dillon,Dejan Dimovski,Emmanuele Diotti,Dobril Dobrev,Ryan Doell,Komal Dogra,Julianne Dome,Rene Dominguez,Alia Dong-Stewart,Hannes Doornaert,Greg Dora,Nelson Dos Santos,Ian Doss,Fred Dossola,Tom Dow,Simon Downie,Josh Dowsett,Geer DuBois,Tom Duckett,Peter Dudley,Elisabeth Dugnas,Olivier Dumont,Nicole Duncan,Rachael Dunk,Daniel Dupre,Anthony Durand,Richard Durant,John Durney,Sudip Dutta,Richard Dyson,Scott Eade,Dave Early,Aaron Eaton,Matt Eaton,Carl Edlund,Gracie Edscer,Christopher Edwards,Clwyd Edwards,Jason Jay Edwards,Richard Edwards,Amin Eftekhar,Michael J. Egan,Shahar Eldar,Phil Eldridge,Harry Ellard,Karen Elliott,Stuart M. Ellis,James Elster,Arslan Elver,Robin Emerson,Andrew Emmerson,Marc English,Valentina Ercolani,Selcuk Ergen,Alexander Eriksson,Csaba László Eröss,Sohrab Esfehani,Fish Essenfeld,Pascal Etangsale,Pedram Etebarzadeh,Emma Ewing,Jonathan Faber,Fabian Nowak,Gianpietro Fabre,Paul John Faeldo,Reza Fakharieh,Brian Fanska,Stefano Farci,Matt Farell,Emanuele Farnesi,Shaikh Faruq,Ryan Faulkner,Jonathan Fawkner,Daniele Federico,Fathima Feminò,Jackie Fenton,Jessica Fernandes,Lincoln Savio Fernandes,Charles Fernandez,Victor Manuel Fernandez,Elisa Mar Ferre,Judith Ferrer,Alastair Ferris-Leak,Tom Ferstl,John Filipkowski,Damir Filipovic,Christopher Fillmore,Fabrizio Fioretti,Tiziano Fioriti,Greg Fisher,Colas Fiszman,Andrew Fletcher,Juan Flores,Les Foor,Dániel Forgács,Karl Fornander,Peter Forsyth,Lucien Fostier,Frederic Fourier,Bryant Fox,Richard Fox,Simon Fraser,Matthew Friedlander,Iris Frisch,Travis Fruci,Lindsey Fry,Annamarie Fuchs,Jason Fugh,Brian Fukushima,Napoleon Fulinara Jr.,Chris Fung,Maximilian Funke,Amy Furey,James Furlong,Martin Furman,Christian Furr,Mahesh Gadakh,Venkat Reddy Gaddampally,Leila Gaed,Bradley Gaines,Carlos Galan IV,Megan Galbraith,Javier Gallego,Vikas Ganer,Kremena Ganeva,Pranav Gangapurkar,Mayur Gangasagar,Sheik Mansoor Gani,Javier Garcia del rio Beneyto,Juan Edgardo Garcia,Juan Jesús García,James Gardiner,Abdel Halim Garess,Bertrand Garnier,Edgar Garrido,Bryan Gauna,Joan Gauna,Julien Gauthier,Ankush Gawande,Pätrick Gehlen,Alec Geldart,Florian Gellinger,Joshua Gengler,Roberto Genito,Marco Genovesi,Denil George,Kevin George,Tomi George,Martin Georgiev,Felix Geremus,Abhishek Ghorui,Matt Gibson,Andreas Giesen,Mike Gilbert,Phillip Giles,Safiya Gili,Matthew E. Gill,Andre Giordani,Andrea Giordano,Thomas Girdwood,Nitin Gite,Anette Gjertsen,Michael Glans,Zoran Glisovic,Jean-Baptiste Godin,Clarke Godwin,Antoine Goethals,Jonathan Goldsmith,Filippo Golin,Michael Gomes,Samuel Gonon,Nathalie Gonthier,Pam Gonzales,Lisa Gonzalez,Chris Gooch,Chelsea Goodchild,Tom Goodenough,Brian Gordon,Lenny Gordon,Ranjit Gosavi,Monika Gosch,Mark Gostlow,Jason Gottlieb,Gabby Gourrier,Dhruv Govil,David Gower,Ankur Goyal,Christopher Grandel,Anthony Grant,Kirk Gravatt,Luke Gravett,John B. Gray,Luke Gray,Emily Greeley,Itay Greenberg,Kat Greene,Aoife Greenham,Elysia Greening,Justin Greiner,Tomasz Grenda,Tiffany Griffin,Steve Griffith,Jem Grimshaw,Jessica Grimshaw,Pawel Grochola,Theodor Groeneboom,Nic Groot Bluemink,Jaclyn Gross,James Grummitt,Jonny Gu,Ummi Gudjonsson,Fernando Guerrero Rodriguez,Vaimiti Guesdon,Vinod Gundre,Holly Gunn,Alex Guri,Sirish Babu Gurrala,Ajay Gurram,Emilia Gustafsson,Ben Guthrie,Jennifer Gutierrez,Benjamin Guy,Carlos Guzman,Charlie Habanananda,Patrik Hadorn,Nick Haines,Brian Hajek,Tyler Halle,Lindsay Hallett,Jason M. Halverson,Katie Hamberger,Rob Hamilton,William F. Hamilton,H Haden Hammond,Daniel Hammonds,Nicholas Hampshire,Donghoon Han,Nick Hanks,Lisa Hansen,Rachel Faith Hanson,Michael Harden,Kyle Hardin,Karolina Hardinger,Peter Hardy,Steve Hardy,Deeps Hargunani,Suresh Hari,Travis Harkleroad,Nina Harlan,James Harmer,Jake Harrell,Cat Harris,Rick Harris,Ben Harrison,Michael Harrison,Jon Hartley,Christoph Hasche,Sho Hasegawa,Levent Haseki,Louise Hastings,James Paul HattSmith,Ed Hawkins,Dustin Hayes,Jason Hayes,Kimberly Headstrom,Karsten Hecker,Mike F. Hedayati,Daniel Heder,Alex Heffner,Aria Heidari,Jason Heinze,Marla Neto Henshaw,Yasemin Hepguler,Josh Herman,Julio Del Rio Hernandez,Alfonso Hernández,Nicole Herr,Laurent Herveic,Martin Hession,Earl A. Hibbert,Bryan M. Higgins,Emily Fay Higgins,Sarah Higgs,Jesse Hildreth,Leo Hills,Michael Hipp,David Hirst,Adam Hlavac,Eliot Hobdell,Christopher Hodge,Andrew Hodgson,Andrew Hofman,Duncan Holland,Tim Holleyman,Ady Holt,Even Holte,James Hood,Korbinian Hopfner,Graham Hopkins,Rob Hopper,Aleksandar Horak,Jason Horley,Uel Hormann,Russell Horth,Lyndsey K. Horton,Shailey Horton,Gábor Hoványi,Julian Howard,Greg Howe-Davies,Cosmin Hrincu,Pavel Hristov,Milena Hristova,Yifan Hu,Graham Hudson,Danny Huerta,Robin Huffer,Vivien Hulbert,Lauren Hulsey,Derek Hultquist,Chris Hunsberger,Mark Hunter,Drew Huntley,Killian Huntley,Umar Adam Aziz Hussain,Marc Hutchings,Andrew Hutton,Reywel Hyland,Robert Iddon,Chris Ingersoll,Paul Ingram,Mark Intravartolo,Sarah Invernizzi,Sonia Alexia Ioannou,Shinya Ishii,Vincent Italia,Velichko Ivanov,Sasha Leigh Izadpanah,Carl Jackson,Chris Jackson,David Jackson,Evan Jacobs,Mohammad Usama Jameel,Srinivas Janapati,Suzanne Jandu,Zafar Janjua,Jess Jansen,Eli Jarra,Jeffrey Jasper,Daniel Jeantou,Sivaprakash Jeevanantham,Kirsten Jelliffe,Colin Jenken,Kevin Jenkins,Guijarro Piñal Jesus,Olivier Jezequel,Jose Jijesh,Arthur Jing,Erik Johnson,Matt Johnson,Odigie Johnson,Tim Johnson,Sam Johnston,Ben Jones,Jeremy Jones,Katherine Renee Jones,Keith Jones,Marc Jones,Owen Jones,Simon P. Jones,Thom Jones,Felix Jorge,Susanna Josef,Marc Joubert-Nederveen,Aleksandar Jovanovic,Igor Jovanovic,Tanner Joyce,Nicolas Joyen-Conseil,Cavan Judge,Sian Judge,Guillaume Julien,Soyeon Jung,Robert Junggeburt,Aleks Justesen,Dinesh K. Bishnoi,Rahul K.R.,Rajesh Kumar K.V.,Niels Peter Kaagaard,Brandon Kachel,Lauren Kaczor,Sunil Kadam,Joey Kadin,Steven Kaelin,Dziga Kaiser,Spiros Kalomiris,Marta Kamienska,Chelsea Kammeyer,Snehal Kanchan,Jeevith Kanth,Anurag Kapil,Ranajoy Kar,Per Karefelt,Andreas Bravin Karlsson,Anastazja Karolewska,Damian Karwowski,Ravi Krishna Kasumarthy,Ervin Kaszap,Shantanu Katiyar,Prateek Kaushal,Mayur Manoj Kawale,Tadaomi Kawasaki,Lucinda Keeler,Elaine Kelley,Ian Kelly,James D. Kelly,Nicolas Kendall-Bar,Jennifer Kennedy,Chris J. Kenny,Kerstin Kensy,Daniel Kepler,Dulshan Keragala,Lee Kerley,Jane Kernan,Aslam Khader Hayath,Uzma Khalid,Alex Khan,Faizan Khan,Hong Kim,Linda Y. Kim,Marvin Kim,Nicholas Kim,Sung Churl Kim,Andy Kind,Pency Kinnard,Kristof Kiraly,Lyubomir Kirkov,Terry Klopfenstein,Bastian Klucker,Rory Knight-Jones,Alec Knox,Mike Knox,Zach Knue,Paco Ramos Koch,Prasanna Kodapadi,Gerry Kodo,Kristofer Kody,Nathan Koga,Nikolay Kolev,Lev Kolobov,Teréz Koncz,Brandie Konopasek,Sean Konrad,Mariusz Korczak,Rohit Korgaonkar,Priya Kotian,Konstantinos Koutsoliotas,Hemanth Reddy Kovvuri,Balaji Kp,Uma Krishnamurthy,Arun Krishnan,Eva Kristjáns,Antoni Kujawa,Swapnil Kulkarni,Sujay Kumar G.,Aravind Kumar,Deep Kumar,Kodavali Ashok Kumar,Madhav Kumar,Prashant Kumar,Prashant Kumar,Rajnish Kumar,Sanjeev Kumar,Sendil Kumar,Thirumal Kumar,Daniel Kuntz,Joosten Kuypers,Dominique Kwiek,Wing Kwok,Davide La Sala,Khaled Labidi,Dax LaFleur,Leandre Lagrange,Alison Lake,Jaymie Lam,Pat Lun Lam,Ben Lambert,Dilesh Lamsal,Helen Langley,Cam Langs,Douglas Larmour,Emeric Larochette,Greg LaSalle,Mark Laszlo,Jorel Latraille,Vicki Lau,Ed Lavin,Yan Kin Law,Stephen Lawes,Allyn Lawson,Andrew Lawson,Kurt Lawson,Yann Le Corre,Nicolas Leblanc,Baptiste Lebouc,James Ledwell,Daniel Chunghwan Lee,Grant Lee,James Jooyoung Lee,John Lee,Nikki Jieun Lee,Stephanie C. Lee,Benoit Legros,Brice Lehmann,Erik Lehmann,Thomas Lemoine,Janek Lender,Taylor Lenton,Olli Leppänen,Yann Leroux,Jimmy Leung,Samuel Leung,Jenny Leupold,Dave Levine,Justin Lewers,Joseph Li,Xuelian Liane Li,Seth Lickiss,David Lieberman,Elizabeth Lily,Steven Jia-Long Lin,Tong Jason Lin,Richard Little,Roger Liu,Michael Liv,Marko Ljubez,Sophia Lo,Steven Lo,Michael Lohr,Nicholas Loizides,Lara Lom,Giles Longman,Sean Looper,Alejandra Viejo Lopez De Roda,Joao Lourenco,Natalie Lovatt,Steven Lovell,Sheryn Lu,Son Lu,Kenneth Lui,Francesco Lupo,Fredrick Lyn,Miguel Macaya,Natalie MacDonald,Melaina Mace,Laura Macfadyen,Peter Machuca,Stephen MacKershan,Julia MacMullen,Martin Macrae,Shri Bindhu Madhav,Alexander Madsen,Jessica Madsen,Vittorio Maglione,Kevin Mah,Gokul Mahajan,Vaibhav Laxman Mahajan,Bikash Kumar Mahanta,Ravi Mahapatro,Suryakant Mahunta,Mahesh Maity,Carson Majors,Yael Majors,Suraj Makhija,Aron Makkai,Sebastian Maldonado,Sameer Malik,Maximilian Mallmann,Emil Malm,Karey Maltzahn,Himaram Mandali,Christina Mandia,Samuel Maniscalco,Louis Manjarres,Cristina Manlises,James Mann,Ashley Manning,Tushar Manolkar,Chen Mao,Peter Mao,Charana Mapatuna,Pavan Maradia,Sophie Marfleet,Artur Margiv,Gergana Margules,Veronica Marino,Tim Marinov,Anthony Mariya,Andrew Marquez,Antonio Marra,Graham Martin,Jose Martin,Seth Martin,Damon Martinez,Fran Martinez,Francisco Martinez,Jérôme Martinez,Monica Martinez,Abner Marín,Giovanni Mascherpa,Dan Mason,Daniel James Mason,Hubert Maston,Haydn Masuda,David Masure-Bosco,Rachel Matchett,Laszlo Mates,Jemmel Matheson,Ian Mathews,Delphine Mathieson,Daniel Matley,Javad Matoorian-Pour,Shoichi Matsubara,Tom Matterson,Marian Mavrovic,Christopher Lucas Maw,Michael C. May,Laurent Maynard,Stefan Mayr,Kindra McCall,Lauren McCallum,Chris McClintock,Leon McCormick,Russell McCoy,Chris McCrowe,Kyle McCulloch,Marlin McGlone,Brooke McGowan,Scott McInnes,Rebecca McKee,Steve McLafferty,Genevieve McMahon,Ray McMaster,Alasdair McNeill,Renton McNeill,Quentin Medda,Corbin Mehl,Gurel Mehmet,Jignesh Mehta,Tobias Meier,Yvonne Mejia,Iskander Mellakh,Gus Melton,Carlos Mendoza Jr.,Abigail Mendoza,Marc Menneglier,Craig Mepham,Károly Mesterházy,Adrian Metzelaar,Meredith Meyer-Nichols,Jobin Michael,Jarl Midelfort,Luca Mignardi,Karolis Mikalauskas,Michael Milano,Mark Millena,David Miller III,Ariana Miller,Lizz Miller,Danielle Millington-Peck,Giacomo Mineo,Damjan Minovski,M.S.M. Mirzhaa,Scott Mitchell,Tamara Mitchell,Lauren Miyake,Jennifer Mizener,Jambunatha Mn,Yann Moalic,Arun Mohan,James Mohan,Pravanjan Mohanty,Paul Molodowitch,Stephen Molyneaux,Bappa Mondal,Kevin Monge,Massoud ‘Ollie’ Monsef,Fabrizio Montanari,Daniel Moore,Eroc Moralls,Daniel Moreno,Danielle Morley,Dora Morolli,Dafydd Morris,Glenn Morris,Heather J. Morrison,James Morrissey,Bastien Mortelecque,Thomas Mouraille,Kan Muftic,Ajinkya Mule,Christopher Mullins,Benjamin Mulot,Stuart Munro,Dennis Murillo,Eoin Murphy,Nick Murphy,Katie-Leigh Murray,Travis Murray,Ananda Murthy,Adil Mustafabekov,Monica Muzzolini,Javier Muñoz,Christopher Myerchin,Rajakanna Nagarajan,Rudresh Naik,Vivek v Nair,Avais Najar,Bavindra Nama,Nandhakishore,Arslan Naqvi,Garware Narendra,Olly Nash,Pierpaolo Navarini,Gerardo Navarro,Irene Navarro,Miguel Navarro,Pouyan Navid,Deepak Nayak,Stephane Naze,Ryan Neal,Ben Neall,Devesh Neema,Vijaylakshmi Neginal,Andreas Nehls,Eric Neill,Charlotte Nelson,Paul Nelson,Shaan Nelson,Nicolas Nepveu,Frida Nerdal,Marijus Neverdauskis,Thomas Newbury,Elliot Newman,Marcelino Newquist,Ross Newton,Adele Ng,Gregory Ng,Steve Nichols,Jesse Nicodemus,Rachel Nicoll,Tristan Alice Nieto,Sasa Nikolic,Emelie Nilsson,Rajesh Nimje,Prin Nimmannitya,Katharina Nimmervoll,Motoki Nishii,Thomas Nittmann,Kevin Njoo,Sabari Nobishwaran,Ronnie Noisuwan,James P. Noon,Aline Nordmark,Derek Norn,Brandon Norris,Charlie North,Scott Novak,Leon Nowlin,Brian Nugent,Adrian Nurse,Barry O’Brien,Meghan O’Brien,Diarmaid O’Connor,David O’Donnell,Conor O’Mara,Péter Obornik,Doug Oddy,Cenay Oekmen,Alok Ogale,Kieran Ogden-Brunell,Jaesung Oh,Simon Ohler,Maxx Okazaki,Juan Olivares,Chris Olivas,Richard Ollosson,Robert Olsson,Paula Olszowska,Sami Oms,Carine Ong,Steven Ong,Michael Ore,Angel Orlando,Daniele Orsetti,Juanma Ortiz,Gian Mario Ortu,Raphael Oseguera,Jon Ossitt,Matthew Ovens,Jojan P M,Nitheesh P.C.,Sumit Pabbi,Sivakumar Padala,Marta Padilla,Guillaume Palegie,Suneel Kumar Palla,Guo Kun Pan,Ivo Panayotov,Shivkumar Panchal,Bikas Panigrahi,Joan Panis,Foram Pardiwala,Piyush Pareek,Puja Parikh,Stephane Paris,Josh Parks,Ian Parra,Aaron Parry,Sokratis Parsanos,James Parsons,Amol Parulekar,Dana Passarella,Diego Pastor Bartoli,Irshad Patel,Nikul Patel,Radhika Patel,Ratnesh Patel,Vishal Rajendra Patel,Matthew Patience,Harshal Patil,Kartiki Patil,Yadnyesh Patil,Demetrios Patsiaris,Eion-Ray Patterson,Niki Patterson,Allison Paul,Andrew Paxson,Javier Paz,Peter Pearson,Brian Peluso,Lyndsey Pendley,David Penn,Stuart Penn,Doug Penner,Gina Pentassuglia,Michael Perdew,Marko Perendija,Diego Perez,Kelly Perez,Raul Perez,Menelaos Peristeridis,Matt Perrin,Richard Perry,Michael Peter,Joep Peters,Marshall Petersen,Dennis Petkov,Valentin Petrov,Mikael Pettersson,Mikael Pettersén,Long-Hai Pham,Jimmy Philip,David Jeffrey Phillips,Jack Rhys Phillips,Phets Phonasa,Brittany Piacente,David Picarda,Nicolette Picardo,Marc Picco,Susan Pickett,Rob Pieke,Kevin Pierce,Tricia Pifer,Jacek Pilarski,Jorge Pimentel,Raphael A. Pimentel,Adrian Pinder,Mark Pinheiro,Francesco Pinto,Andrea Pirisi,Bogi Piroth,Gianluca Pizzaia,Jo Plaete,Cody Poag,Louis Polak,Andrew Poole,Darren Porter,Justin Porter,Tim Pounds-Cornish,Lucas Pozzey,Puran Prajapat,Ashutosh Prajapati,Pavel Pranevsky,Kukal Prasanth,Vikram Prashanth,Kristin Pratt,Kumar Praveen,Martin Preston,Chris Preston-Barnes,Georgina Pretto,Holly Price,Richard Pring,Alexandre Prod’homme,Olivier Pron,Howard Protheroe,Francis Provencher,Tim Pruce,Jean-Colas Prunier,Derek N. Prusak,Gabriela Pruszkowska,Jakub Pruszkowski,Michael Pugh,Giorgia Pulvirenti,Dnyandeep Pundkar,James Purdy,Stefan Puschendorf,Risto Puukko,Maik Pham Quang,Melissa Quintas,Prabhakaran R.,Shane Rabey,Yoran Radecker,Marko Radinkovic,Victor Radulov,Prashant Raj,Preetham Raj,Vipin Raj,Rajabose,Agnes Rama,Siddharthan Raman,Janhavi Ramaswamy,Ludovic Ramisandraina,Pablovsky Ramos-Nieves,Venkatesh Ramu,Ambrish Rangan,Satheesh Rangasamy,Matt Rank,Sagar Rathod,Aatur Ravani,Thomas Ravi,Oded Raz,Ben Record,Matthew Redding,Anil Reddy,Balaji Reddy,Satya Reddy,Siân Rees,Nolan Reese,Sarah Reese-Edwards,William Reges,Jon Reid,Mick Reid,Garth Reilly,Alex Reinach,Kristian Rejek,Rejindas,Iñigo Remacha,Renganath,Denis Reva,Robin Reyer,Homer Reyes,Daniel Rhein,Cynthia Richards,Paul W Richards,Simon Richardson,Sam Rickles,Manuel Rico,Daniel Riddle,Dominic Ridley,Diego Riestra,Alessandro Righi,Adriano Rinaldi,Matt Ringot,Rebecca Rinn,Agustin Rios,Brian Ripley,Misho Ristov,Brian Ritz,Ariz Akhtar Rizvi,Bjarni Robert Bragason,Keith Roberts,Paul Roberts,Grant Robertson,Scott Robertson,Stephen Robertson,Aled Robinson,Matthew Robinson,Santiago Robles,Javier Roca,Samantha Rocca,Duncan Rochfort,Daniel Rodrigues das Neves,Luis Amaury Rodriguez,Nathaniel Rodriguez,Chad Roen,Ryan J. Rogers,Suresh Rohit,Marco Rolandi,Austin Ronald,Andrea Rosa,Philip Rosado,James Rose,Michelle Rose,David Ross,Jennifer Aurora Ross,Christoph Roth,Erica Yeager Rouse,Isabelle Rousselle,David Rouxel,Sam Rowan,Alvin Roxas,Rajat Roy,Sandeep Roy,Rachel Rubenstein,Tony Rudolph,Jorge Oliva Ruiz,Rosi Ruiz,Nathan Rusch,Chris Russell,Desiree Ryden,Theresa Ellis Rygiel,Alessandro Sabbioni,Diganta Saha,Shawn Sahara,Rahul Kumar Sahu,Sunil Saini,Imran Sajid,Anjum Sakharkar,Freddy Salazar,Zuben Saldanha,Sam Salek,Christian Edgar Salvador,Mayur Samant,V. Samundeswari,Sitha San,Yandri Sanchez,Scott Sanderson,Steven Sandles,Hugo Sands,Michael Sangalang,Francesco Sansoni,Jacob Santamaria,Miguel Santana da Silva,Sribalaji Santharam,Benito Sanz,B.S. Rajkumar Sapate,Ryan Saper,Leah Sargent,Nick Sargent,Prithvijit Sarkar,Sabin Sasidharan,Sathishbabu,James Sathre,Evan Saunders,Michael Sausa,Bryan Sawchyn,Jeremy Sawyer,Patrick Scanlan,Nico Scapel,Jason Adam Schaefer,Brad Schaider,David Schneider,Erik Schneider,Tanissa Potrovitza Schoen,Marc Schoenbeck,Sandra Scholz,Daniel Schrepf,Brian Schultz,Jameson Schultz,Tom Schultz,Andreas Schulz,Brian Schumacher,Jamie Schumacher,Petra Schwane,Abigail Scollay,Rebecca Scott,Steven J. Scott,Brendan Seals,Sean-Ray,Kevin Sears,Jacopo Sebastiani,Nicolas Seck,Rajesh Seeni,Gaëlle Seguillon,Kiran Selvakumaran,Debapriya Senanayak,Beth Senn,Anissa Senoussi,David Serrano,Den Serras,Sajith Sethumadhavan,Shafiuddin,Nishet Shah,Purva Shah,Sameer Shah,Siddharth Shah,Virendra Kumar Shah,Fiaz Shaikh,Rommel Shamoun,Stanislav Shapetskiy,Jeff Shapiro,Lily Shapiro,Agrata Sharma,Amit Sharma,Rahul Sharma,Jessica Sharp,Kerry Shea,Sanket Shembekar,Brittney Sherman,Ceylan Shevket,Sainath Shinde,Swain Shiv,Prasanna Siddharthan,Luke Sikking,Joey Sila,Brad Silby,Jennifer Silver,Jared Simeth,Stacey Simmons,Elvis Simon,Romain Simonnet,Elena Simonovska,David Singer,Ajit Singh,Jagjeet Singh,Nitin Singh,Ranjeet Singh,Mevlan Siqani,Thanapoom Siripopungul,Kyle Sironen,Pat Sito,Niranjan Siva,Peter Sjolander,James Skilbeck,Maciej Skoluba,David Skorepa,Dawid Skrodzki,Laurence Smith,Maxwell Smith,Parker Smith,Phil Smith,Stephen J. Smith,Cameron Smither,Ryan T. Smolarek,Sanchit Soi,Esther Sokolow,Jordan Sola,Jason Solberg,Pankaj Sonawane,Arvind Sond,Cameron Sorgi,Vahan Sosoyan,Henry South,Bernardo Andrea Spadafora,Marianne Speight,Doug Spilatro,Srikrishna,P. Sriram,Ross Stansfield,Tom Stanton,Nick Starcevic,Greg Steele,Andreas Steinlein,Andrea R. Stephens,David Stephens,Mark Stern,Andy Stevens,Penn Stevens,Alastair Stevenson,Nicole Stevenson,Cody Stewart,G. Allen Stewart,James Stone,Shelby Stong,Sheldon Stopsack,Robert Stratton,Rosalind Stratton,Ileana Stravoskiadi,Frederick George Stuhrberg,Nishant Subrahmanian,Mirek Suchomel,Michael Sullivan,Ying-Ying Sun,Vinayaga Sundar,Jenna Sunde,Quentin Sur,Richard Surridge,Filip Sustek,Gaurav Sutar,Richard Sutherland,Prapanch Swamy,Josh Swanson,Steven Swanson,Yegor Swarovski,Nick Swartz,Jeremiah Sweeney,Stephanie Sweeney,Anna Swift,Brian Taber,Marc Taganas,Daniele Tagliaferri,Faizal Taher,Florent Taisne,Andy Tamandl,Srinath Tammina,Olcun Tan,Kaz Tanaka,Mandy Tankenson,Lucy Tanner,Marcus Taormina,Ruggero Taschini,James Tavet,Sanjay Tawale,Brandon Taylor,Christopher Taylor,Mark Taylor,Ari Teger,Sunny Teich,Sridhar Telaprolu,Jacob Telleen,Dan Tellwright,David Tesch,Olivier Thibaut,Joseph Thomas M.,Caitlin Thomas,Eve Thomas,Jason Thomas,Kaya Thomas,Nacho Thomas,Promod Thomas,James Thompson,Jonathan W. Thompson,Nick Thompson,Otto Thorbjørnsen,Lenin Thota,Peter Tieryas,Daniel Tiller,Ashley Tilley,Eric Timm,Tjurn Timm,Kire Timov,Paul Timpson,Rohan Tirkey,Sunil Kumar Tiwari,Vladimir Tkachenko,P.J. Tobyansen,Amy Tong,Elena Topouzoglou,Alan Tormey,Viviana Torrellas,Melody Tovell,Victoria Tracconi,Khuong Tran,Thomas Tran,Peter G. Travers,Chris Treichel,Caspar Trenchard-Turner,Thomas Trindade,Ryan Trippensee,Donald Tse,Dennis Tsoi,Adriyana Tsvetanova,Graeme Tung,Jonathan Turner,Matthew Twyford,Aleti Uday,Yuki Uehara,Daniel Ulrich,Dhruv Uppal,Audrius Urbonavicius,Jon Uriarte,Chris Uyede,Johan Vagstedt,Arturs Vaitilavics,Tsvetomira Valcheva,Jonny Vale,Juan Valenzuela Alcaraz,Bojan Valjak,Vladimir Valovic,Josiah Van Arsdel,Henry van der Beek,Leigh van der Byl,Jozef van Eenbergen,John Van Hoey Smith,Lauren van Houten,John van Leeuwen,Theo Vandernoot,Frédéric Vanmeerbeeck,Jeremy Vanneman,Greg VanZyl,Sendhil Varadharajan,Mohit Varde,Alonso Varela,Bhanu Varma,Ville-Matti Vasama,Gino Vassallo,Simone Vassallo,Anandan Vasudevan,Rohan Vaz,Carl Vazquez,Oliver Velichkovski,Saphir Vendroux,Sreejith Venugopalan,Jared James Vest,Noah Vice,Duarte Victorino,David Vidal Pedroza,Quentin Vien,Giuliano Dionisio Vigano,Sarah D. Vigil,Pau Viladot,Rubén Villoria,Nitin Vinod,Juvenal Vique,Mahadevan Vishal,Aude Vitrant,David Vivaldini,Laura Voglesong,Maximilian-Gordon Vogt,Chandu Vojjala,Rafael Vormittag,Paul Vorsman,Andreas Vrhovsek,Koen Vroeijenstijn,Lea Vuillemin,Steven Wade,Nicolaus Waetjen,Ghanshyam Sureshbhai Waghela,Sagar Wakankar,Ben Walker,Justin Walker,Nina Walsh,Robin Walsh,Nathan Walster,Jenny Wan,Jo Wand,Pablo Wang,Alexander Ware,Jeffrey Warnhoff,James Waterson,Hazel Weatherall,Emma Webb,Kenneth Weide,Derek Weil,John Welborn,Katie Wells,Cliff Welsh,David Welstead-Wood,Jason Wen,Craig Wentworth,Holger Wenzl,Kelly Wescott,Colin West,Christopher Wetherly,Alex Whang,Barnes Wheeler,Ben White,Antoine Whyte,Shane Christopher Wicklund,Ruth Wiegand,Tammy Willbourne,Edson Williams,Mark Williams,Rachel Williams,Matthew Williamson,Alasdair Willson,Johnny Wilson,Wade Wilson,Jeff Winkle,Wirak Winsuth,Oliver Winwood,Alex Wolfe,David B. Wolgemuth II,Kai Wolter,Jamie Wong,Megan Wong,Anthony Wonsoff,Stephanie Woo,Josh Wood,Tabitha Woodman,Alan Woods,James Worlidge,Harry Wormald,Richard Worsley,Joe Worthington,Kai Woytke,Mark S. Wright,Rachel Wright,Elaine Wu,Garrett Wycoff,Dane Wylie,Xye,Marvin Yanez,Sheen Yap,Sheen Wei Yap,Farid K. Yazami,Kelvin Yee,Elbert Yen,Karthik Yendluri,James Yeoman,Sedat Yildiz,Vladimir Yordanov,Cobol Yu,Sonia Yu,Walter Yuan,Douglas Zablocki,Fabio Zapata,Tomas Zaveckas,Andy Zazzera,Christian Zeh,David Zeng,Jerry Zigounakis,Loic Zimmermann,Nicholas Zissimos,Gabriele Zucchelli,Veronique Zylberfain,Manuel Agost,Marisa Ahn,Emil Alagjozovski,Tennille Alcindor,Najdovski Aleksandar,Sean Amlaner,Michael Anders,Dallis Anderson,Eric Andrusyszyn,Jose Armengol,Darren Bailey,Jessica Bascom,Alvaro Bataller,Joseph Bell,Melissa Best,Daniel Bigaj,Dan Carnegie,Angel Carrasco,Chandrasekhar,Anthony Chiarantano,Tim Chou,Tim Christensen,Michael Colburn,Dan Cregan,Christian Cunningham,Christiant D’Alberto,Amanda Darby,Johan Dekker,Debbie Denise,Marlon Engel,Ben Fleming,James D. Fleming,Michael Fournier,Lince Francis,Yoel Godo,Vincent Goodsell,Diego Guerrero,Emmanuel Guevarra,Josh Handley,Jonathan Harden,Geoffrey Harlos,Tim Harrington,Elena Harzewski,Will Heath,Jose Manuel Hidalgo,Yamil Hossman,William Jackson,Uday Joshi,Samapika Karmakar,Michelle Kee,Pauline Koh,Lazetutkovski,Madison Littlefield,Julie Liu,Taz Lodder,Patrick Macdonald,Chiaki Matsubayashi,Yves McCrae,Edward McDonough,Summer Meng,Christophe Meslin,Ankit Mishra,Christopher Montesano,Victor Morejon,Nicole Nagata,Todd Napier,David O’Brien,James Owens,Andrea Lackey Pace,Joshil Patel,Michael Pecchia,Jovanka Placeres,Bandhavit Puangpikul,Bhanu Pratap Rathore,Gábor Reikort,Douglas Renn,Emmanuel Rojas,Vincent Robert Rosas,Frida Sahono,Toshihiro Sakamaki,Edwin Santiago,Ravi Shekhar,Nathaniel Sims,Daniel Stein,Jean-Yves Teillet,Seye Tesfazgy,Mike Tosti,Joseph Towe,Yuri Vasilyev,Elena Velkova,Gregory Watkins,Ian W.S. White,Stephen Winters,James Woods,Rowan Young
Stunts Mustafa Beyter,Dani Biernat,Chris Brewster,Dan Brown,Chloé Bruce,Michael Byrch,Chris Carnel,Wyatt Carnel,Ilram Choi,David Collom,Joel Conlan,David Cronnelly,Graeme Crowther,Gui DaSilva-Greene,Rob de Groot,Caitlin Dechelle,Maria Dent,Ryan Dent,Sam Dent,Steve Dent,Will Dent,Holland Diaz,Zack Duhame,Tomas Ereminas,Dan Euston,Bradley Farmer,Clay Donahue Fontenot,Louie Franco,Quentin Franco,Monique Ganderton,David Garrick,Oliver Gough,David R. Grant,Jenn Grundstad,Reid Harper,Thomas Robinson Harper,Will Harper,Elliot Hawkes,Robert Hayden,Lyndon S. Hellewell,Robert Hladik,Paul Howell,David Hugghins,Rowley Irlam,Kevin L. Jackson,Olivia Jackson,Allen Jo,Thomas J. Larsen,Richard F Law,Maurice Lee,Matt Leonard,Tara Macken,Raymond Mamrak,Chris Manger,Kim McGarrity,Brandon Melendy,Lee Millham,Sian Milne,Aaron Muir,Rory Mulroe,Cali Nelle,Franck Nelle,Brian Nickels,Casey O’Neill,James Pavey,Rob Pavey,Ian Pead,Martin Pemberton,Jan Petrina,Rashid Phoenix,Andy Pilgrim,Dominic Preece,Charles Ramsay,Andrej Riabokon,Florian Robin,Shawn Robinson,Douglas Robson,Daniel Romans,Olly Rowland,Louis Samms,Matthew Sampson,Hasit Savani,Marcus Shakesheff,Matt Sherren,Tony Smart,Karen Smithson,Helen Steinway Bailey,Daniel Stevens,Ryan Stuart,Dan Styles,Mens-Sana Tamakloe,Aaron Toney,Pablo Verdejo,Daniel Vernan,Andy Wareham,Reg Wayment,Douglas Wells,Annabel Elizabeth Wood,Leonard Woodcock,Leo Woodruff,Nico Woulard,Ben Wright,Kofi Yiadom,Karanja Yorke,James Young,Jimmy Pethrus
Camera and Electrical Department Michael D. Anderson,Ben Appleton,Grant Babbitt,Dennis Baldwin,Jose F. Barrios,Lawrence Beckwith,Anthony Benjamin,Gabriel Beristain,Jason Berman,Neil Blackman,Stephan Bookas,Travis Brady,Mike Brewster,Frank Buono,Luke Cairns,Max Christopher,Willis Chung,James Clemo,Billy Clifford,James Corless,Eric Cortez,Steve Costello,Eliot Coulter,Charley Cox,Simon Cullen,Nic Cupac,Britt Cyrus,Cameron Davidson,Richard Davis,Mardon de Carvalho,Joe Dibble,Kelly Diehl,Rob Dowling,Aaron Dunning,Roger Eaton,Laurence Edwards,Harry Elvin,Jeremy Emerman,Warren Evans,Mike Farr,John Ferguson,Wick Finch,Will Finch,Brett Flemming,Jack Flemming,John Flemming,Paolo Frasson,Micky Froehlich,Billy Gamble,Dan Gamble,John Gamble,Mike Gerzevitz,Guillermo Gil Martín,Max Glickman,Leigh Gold,Jerardo Gomez,Jonathan Gomez,Tom Gough,Peter Graf,Jessie Gregson,Jordan Halstead,Dave Hamilton-Green,Stacey Hancox,Mikey Ray Harkins,Jimmy Harritos,Nazariy Hatak,Mick Heath,Simon Heck,Kira Hellickson,Sean Higgins,Michael Hill,Paul Hill,Al Hindley,Tommy Holman,Alan Robert Hopkins,Darren Howton,Ryan Huffer,Lewis Hume,Nicholas C. Jackson,Rick James,Callum Just,Steve Kagan,Stephanie Kennedy,William Kent,Mark Laidlaw,Harry Langston,Adam Lee,Thomas E. Lee,Paul Legall,Bob Leitelt,Nathan Levine-Heaney,Lydia Lewis,Ben Mahoney,Jay Maidment,James Malamatinas,Keith Manning,Babak Mansouri,Johnny Martinez,John Marzano,Filippo Maso,Johnny Medeiros,Ray Meere,J.L. Mobus,Daniel Moriarty,Dean Morrish,Julian Morson,Alex Mott,Spencer Murray,Ian Myron,Onx Narang,Tim Neill,Sam Newby,Tristan Noelle,Brian W. Nordheim,David B. Nowell,Jesse Olivares,Kelly Paul,James Perry,Steve Petrie,Darren Piercy,Rob Portus,Justin Portwood,Danny Preston,Andrew Purdy,Simon Purdy,Elliot Purvis,Dominic Rau,Robert J. Reilly,Sam Renton,Jack Ridout,Terry Robb,Sean Roberts,George Rumsey,James Rydings,Cory Schulthies,Michael J. Schwartz,Stuart Sheppard,James Shovlar,David W. Slodki,Carter Smith,Charles Smith,David Smith,Sam Smith,Laurent Soriano,Mario Spanna,Lee Spencer,Aimee Spinks,Gary Spratling,Tom Stansfield,Paul Stewart,Lamar Still,Jonathan Taylor,Alex Teale,Joshua D. Thatcher,Andy Thomson,Joe Tooke,Colin Townsend,James Wade,Charlie Wall,Robin Webster,Matt Wesson,Matthew West,Paul Wheeldon,Michael White,James D. Wickman,Glyn Williams,Tim Wooster,Ali Youssef,Tim Dean,Larry Hurt,Andrew Marsden,Stephen Price
Animation Department Jhon Alvarado,Chris Bancroft,Terence Bannon,Aaron Barlow,Peta Bayley,Dan Blacker,Frédéric Boulin,Krzysztof Boyoko,Joey Brown,Justin Brunett,Daniel Carey,Auguste Chang,Paul Chung,Amaury Coljon,Santiago Colomo,Mike Cottee,Oliver Dale,Filippo Dattola,Felipe de Lanteuil,Iván del Rio,Arna Diego,Cecile Dubois-Herry,Karl Erlandsen,Emma Ewing,Brendan Fagan,Svein Ferkingstad,Jed Fisher,Mike Ford,Carlos Fraiha,Graham Gallagher,Kayn Garcia,Daniel Gerhardt,Michael Glans,Tote González,David Good,Eduard Grigoryan,Joseph Henson,Ed Herft,Boris Hiestand,Odigie Johnson,Stephen Jolley,James Kasapis,Kemal Kemal,Anthea Kerou,James King,Stefan Klauss,Kubilay Kocaoglu,Sidney Kombo,Ben Krolick,Ted Lister,Jose ‘Pep’ Llado,Roy Margalit,Balazs Meszaros,Dafydd Morris,Dhanamjaya Muddikuppam,Catherine Mullan,Christopher Mullins,Sianoosh Nasiriziba,Juan Sebastian Niño Florez,Ross Norcross,Christopher Page,Peter Panton,Florian Parrot,Craig Peck,Peter Pelisek,Kelly Daniela Perez,Christopher Perkowitz-Colvard,Pete Ashford,Christopher Potter,Darren Rea,Josh Riley,In-Ah Roediger,Fonzo Romano,Liam Russell,Craig Rutherford,Brett Rutland,Sue Houston Safianoff,Edwin Schaap,Stefanie Schmiedel,Kat Seale,Amy Sendon,Alfonso Sicilia,Ran Sieradzki,Brad Silby,Shuchi Singhal,Joe Smith,Kevin Spruce,Nick Starcevic,Ken Steel,Nathan Thomas,Sigurdur Orri Thorhannesson,Oskar Urretabizkaia,Arda Uysal,Juan Miguel Vadell,Lisa Wang,Pete Warbis,Adam Ward,Bernard Wicksteed,Tnaya Witmer,Bartlomiej Witulski,Jimmy Wu,Jin Xie,Greg Berridge,Debaprasad Bhowmik,Chaitanya Limaye,Puneethpb,Alfonso Sicilia
Casting Department Chris Bustard,Emma Callinan,Marcella Elisa Caudill,Katy Covell,Ollie Gilbert,Barbara Harris,Tamara Hunter,Lillie Jeffrey,Sally King,Jason B. Stamey,Claire Koonce
Costume and Wardrobe Department Michael Agosta,Sophie Allen,Kirby Allen-D’Cruze,Terry Archer,Chrissie Atkinson,Sekina Baker,Elaine Battye,Marcia Bethell,Dan Blacklock,Kaniez Braganza,Louise Brand,Emma Brassfield,Simon Brindle,David Butler,Andrew Cartwright,Kate Chadderton,Jay Cheng,Felicity Christiaans,Helen Christie,Graham Churchyard,Estelle Cleary,Joshua Coleman,Amanda Cox,Naomi Critcher,Hayley Crompton,Saffron Cullane,Holly Dobson,Anthony Drewett,Jack Dudman,Simone Feulner,Adelaide Filippe,Katie Fitzsimons,Salvatore Forino,Birgitta Fredlund,Rachel Freire,Laizan Fung,Steve Gell,Kevin Giles,Perry Goyen,Alex Grace,Dan Grace,Libby Guy-Silva,Brendan Handscombe,Emma Harding,Jamie Harvey,Paul Harvey,Maxine Heywood,Warren Holder,Rebecca Islip,Nicky Jones,Sam Keyte,Magdalena Kusowska,Sharon Long,Emma Lowe,Daisy Marcuzzi,Finn Mccleave,Martin McShane,Mark Miller,Alison Mitchell,Sarah Moore,Liv Murton,Kathryn Mysko Von Schultze,Esther Najafipour,Emma O’Connor,Harriet Parry,Stephanie Paul,Consalvo Pellecchia,Nicole Pitchers,Jennifer Powell,Soizic Quentin de Coupigny,Heather Rayat,Martin Rezard,Nicholas Roche-Gordon,Richard Sale,Rebecca Sellors,Kim Shek,Laura Smith,Joan Staley,Carl Summersgill,Barbara Sweryda,Elizabeth Thompson,Krisztina Tilhof,Justine Warhurst,Darrell Warner,Greer Whitewick,Raymond Widdowson,Shirley Wilson,Lisa Wong,Timothy A. Wonsik,Edmund Woodward,Dominic Young,Kevin Harris,Jon Moss,Elizabeth Real
Editorial Department Milton Adamou,Victoria Alonso,Julian Andraus,John Breinholt,Michael Buck,Derek Burgess,Dhirendra Chhatpar,James Corless,Meagan Costello,Liam Donaghy,Rob Doolittle,Robert Drwila,Paul Elman,Greg Emerson,Tom Forletta,Edward Hobson,Laura Holeman,Louise Horishny,Dmitry Lavrov,Priyal Mahadik,Neelkanth Mapara,Vaibhav Marathe,Emily Mason,Emma McCleave,Adam McHattie,Carl McKay,Simon Morgan,Heather Mullen,Carrie Oliver,Jeff Olm,Ramin Ouladi,Hector Padilla,Bryan Parker,Sachin Patidar,Dylan Quirt,Kevin Reeves,Ben Renton,Zoe Bower Robert,Sean Phillip Rowe,Adrian Scherger,Bob Schneider,Steven J. Scott,John St. Laurent,Girish Takle,Chris Tonick,Tashi Trieu,Smeet Vedant,Jack Watts,Denise Woodgerd,Darin Wooldridge,Maimunah Yahkup,Abhijeet Yerunkar,Daniel André,Pete Conlin,Christine Dougherty,Heather Goodwillie,Jonathan Hoffman,Romain Kedochim
Location Management Ross Barnwell,Paula C. Frías,Bruno Cassoni,P.J. Connelly,Samuel Martin Cook,Mikaela Cumbers,Alex Darby,Wim Goossens,Peter Gray,Steve Hart,Milo Hewitt,Jonny Hodgetts,Turner Hodsoll,Charlie Hopkins,Rochard Kamel,Scott Allen Logan,Irene Maffei,Jenny Maybour,Stacey McGillis,Nick Oliver,David Pinnington,Umberto Schramm,David Seaton,Asha Sharma,Amy Smith,Julia Tomlinson,Sean Williams,Lorena Wright,Jeremy Pelzer
Music Department Aidinbeats,Roger Argente,Lola Bates,Nick Baxter,Christine Bergren,Daniel Bhattacharya,Richard Bissill,Nathan Boler,Gustavo Borner,Richard Cookson,Serge Courtois,Grace Davidson,Daniel Davila,Ann De Renais,Ross DeRoche,Neal Desby,Michael Dore,Steve Durkee,Richard Edwards,Fergaledgar,Margaret Gardner,Opie Gruves,Darrell Hall,Dieter Hartmann,Joanne Higginbottom,Lewis Jones,Matt Jones,Dave Jordan,Will Kaplan,Paul Kimber,Drew Krassowski,Joanna Forbes L’Estrange,Erich Lee,Mitchell Leib,Roger Linley,Steve Mair,Dorina Markoff-McNulty,Lewis Meyer,Justin Moshkevich,Everton Nelson,Kurt Oldman,Mark Petrie,Tom Pigott Smith,Tom Player,Shie Rozow,Andy Rumschlag,Peter Snipp,Steve Trowell,Edward Trybek,Nan Vernon,Nashia Wachsman,Allen Walley,Lawrence Wallington,Tim Williams,Rachel Bolt,Bruce White
Script and Continuity Department Trisha Burton,Paula Casarin,Suzanne McGeachan,Jenny Wood,Christopher Markus,Stephen McFeely,Joss Whedon
Transportation Department Darren Aitchison,Peter Devlin,Curt Michael Grooms,Chris Hammond,Richard Holmes,Ted Leaning,David Lewis,Dean Moran,Nick Murray,David O’Donoghue,Ken Price,Thomas P. Siemen,Keith Whitham
Additional Crew Andrew Allen,James Ashworth,Alexis Auditore,Asad Ayaz,Rick Baca,Devin Ballard,Vincent Bell,Jennifer Bergman,Thom Berryman,Anil Biltoo,Lisa Birch,Paul Blackwell,Glenn Blakeslee,Elizabeth Brizzell,Laura Brooks,Kyle Brosius,Jason Burrill,Katie Byles,Eric Chomyn,Dawn Clounch,Alvaro Cofre,Diarmuid Coghlan,John J. Concado,Andrew Cooke,Phil Costello,Millie Cox,Cynthia Cruz,Barry Curtis,Bex Dark,Elmar David,Gina De Ferrer,Matt de Villiers,Ron J. DeGuzman,Matt Delmanowski,Erika Denton,Kartik Deo,Glenn Diot,Kimberly Domínguez,Jonny Eagle,Robert Eames,Paula Eden,Duarte Elvas,Jim Ely,Jeremy Emerman,Shaun Emery,Giacomo Farci,D.R. Farquharson,Paul Fauntleroy,Daniel Fisch,Adam Foster,Steve Foster,Joanne Fox,Katie Gabriel,Alexander Gaeta,Vincent C. Garcia,Micheal Gentry,Jackie Gilbey,Safiya Gili,Rachel Gilkison,Krystian Godlewski,Rikardo Gomez,Gail Gostick,Bill Graver,Antti Hakala,Jeff Harper,Warren Harrington,Simon Hatt,Ryan Jefferson Hays,James Henderson,Robert Higginbotham,Chris Hill,Peter Hills,Kwan-Ting Ho,Rares Hornet,Craig Houston,Susan Humphrey,Benjamin Hung,Adam Hutchings,Christian Iansante,Andrew Jack,Norton James,Craig Jamieson,Michael Jedlicka,Trevor Johann,Jacob Johnston,Sam Jones,Gary Kett,Amanda Koh,Henry Kozinski,Deborah Leakey,Eliot Lehrman,Bethan Lloyd,Eloise Loach,Lee Philip Malin,Stacy Mann,Kathy Mattes,Barry May-Leybourne,Olivia McCallum,Michael McDermott,Randy McGowan,Grace McInnes,Claire McKinley,Kristi McLaren,Megan McNichol,Jonathan Meisner,Mariano ‘Big Dawg’ Mendoza,Gary Merrington,Weston Middleton,David Miller,Elizabeth Miller,Ian Mitchell,Laura Moloney,Luke Moorcock,Boo Motjuoadi,Paul Murphy,David Murrell,Prakash Nathan,Frédéric North,Ann Ormesher,Rhys Owen,Kyle Pacek,Richie Palmer,Kalpesh Parekh,Vincent Parker,Mitul Patel,Tim Patterson,Sarah Perry,Will Corona Pilgrim,Ryan Potter,Oliver Price,Vikas Rajput,Nicholas Reder,Alex J Riley,Jordan Ringuet-Brown,Matt Rock,Martí Romances,Eleni Roussos,Brendon Rowen,Tanya Ruby,Richard Ruck,Jade Ryusaki,Bob Sabouni,Jennifer Salada,Romana Samaritani,Will Samuelson,Paul Sarker,Erin Sarofsky,Dan Sasaki,Caileigh Scott,Jonathan Scott,Arti Shah,Dave Shaw,David Sheldon-Hicks,Lauren M. Sherman,Michael Simpson,Lindsey Sjoberg,Matthew Slatoff,Elizabeth Small,Brittany Smith,Zack Smith,Will Snow,Abidemi Sobande,Rachel Sowden,Lorraine Sperry,Chris Sprister,Glen Stanway,Andy Stephens,Aaron Steven,David Stickler,Aladdin Suqi,Chris Tait,Regina Taufen,Sparky Tehnsuko,Joel Thingvall,Katharine Tidy,Gemma Todd Smithers,Rob Townsend,Derek Tracy,Andrew Vanneck,Rina Varughese,Martin Walker,Simon Waterson,El West,Michael Williams,Jeanine Wilson,Clare Wood,Nathan Woods,Leah Wouters,Ryan Young,Tyler John Young,Jamy Zink,Wellinton Alves,Kriss TheDish Brown,JP Caldeano,Greg Capullo,Nick Corbett,Abby Craden,Peter Eszenyi,Ron Lim,Bob McLeod,Carlo Pagulayan,Greg Pak,Tamas Pataki,Richard Perry,Sherri Potter,George Pérez,Ryan Rafferty-Phelan,Rob Scallon,Ben Schoen,Jim Shooter,Haakam Singh,Sade Tah,Collette Von Tora,Randii Wessen,Richard Wild
Thanks John Buscema,Sal Buscema,Gene Colan,Kris de Bruyne,Marko Djurdjevic,Arnold Drake,Mike Friedrich,Timothy Green,Don Heck,Jack Kirby,Stan Lee,Oreo,Paul Pelletier,Roger Stern,Marv Wolfman
Genres Action, Adventure, Comedy
Companies Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Pictures, Moving Pictures Company
Countries USA
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 8
ImDbRatingVotes 1163159
MetacriticRating 76
Keywords outer space,bounty hunter,tree,based on comic book,talking animal