This is a bit of a spoiler for those who have not yet seen Marvel’s hit blockbuster space adventure “Guardians of the Galaxy,” but it’s one of the most wonderful parts of the movie, so I’m sharing it. This “dancing Groot” clip original airs during the credit sequence:

Also released by Disney as part of the promotion was another behind the scenes look at how the props and costumes for the film were created.


Like in Star Wars, it might be claimed that the real star of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy are its space ships. The Milano is to Peter Quill as the Millennium Falcon is to Han Solo. It’s his trusty steed and contains precious cargo.

It is versatile enough to operate in a dog fight, yet large enough to carry the team into danger. Director James Gunn wanted it to have a “muscle car” feel. I love its retro-vibe

Yeah, so that owes a lot to MTV’s Cribs. Here’s a little bit of trivia. Director James Gunn confirmed, via twitter, that the ship is called the Milano after Alyssa Milano, Peter Quill’s childhood crush. That’s just another awesome detail that makes this movie fantastic!

Of the Milano, Gunn had this to say on his Facebook page:

A few days before Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy stormed into theaters, Wired Magazine featured a video with quite a few Marvel Easter Eggs explained from “Iron Man” all the way to “Thor: The Dark World,” because those are the Marvel movies that have been out on DVD. I love all the Stan Lee cameos.

After Guardians of the Galaxy came out a few sources came through with a list of easter eggs hidden in that movie. Slashfilm has the most comprehensive list so far with 50. But if you don’t have that sort of time, head below the jump for a shorter video that explains many of them