Tomorrow the long-awaited film opens in Spain Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and the press, which has already had the opportunity to see it, has put it at such a level that some are already talking about it being the best film in the entire history of the UCM -which is said soon. As we are sure that you will also go see it, we are going to leave you here a curiosity that occurs in a certain scene so that you also pay attention to the cinema and see if it is as incredible as it is portrayed…
The best MCU movie?
It is not the first time that we have experienced this phenomenon: sometimes the specialized critics put a film through the roof and then it turns out that the public does not receive it with the same enthusiasm. Perhaps because the press went too high, perhaps because so much hype made the viewer set too high expectations… Be that as it may, we are now experiencing the same phenomenon with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, which some have come to put above Endgame or Infinity War itself, possibly the highest standards within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The best thing is that we do not have too many illusions and simply dedicate ourselves to going to the movies to enjoy a good and intense story that, in addition, closes one of the most likeable and powerful trilogies of the franchise. Of course, it does not hurt to know the odd detail of the tape to tell your friends, right? Like the one related to a certain scene in which “what appears” is not Chris Pratt but… a doll!
Chris Pratt’s ultra-realistic doll
Surely you have noticed at that moment in the trailer: the entire entourage appears advancing with Nebula carrying an unconscious? Star-Lord in arms. Well, as Pom Klementieff (Mantis) and Karen Gillan (Nebula) have confessed in a interview Before the premiere, the Peter Quill seen on stage is a life-size, highly detailed reproduction of the actor who brings him to life:
“Obviously, I wasn’t really carrying it, because it looked pretty natural on me, which I thought was a cool effect. But yeah, they had to create a Chris Pratt doll for me to wear. […] This thing had pores; it had a tiny fuzz like the one a person has on their face. […] The level of detail (it’s amazing), I thought it was him! He was crazy ». Her partner Klementieff notes that “it was incredibly realistic. In fact, he was terrifying. The first time we saw him, I could barely look at him because he looked like he was actually dead. Really dead.”
So you know, when the scene that you have on these lines appears on the screen, take a good look at Star-Lord. Oddly enough, you will really be in front of a doll… very well done.