Lee Pace’s costume in Guardians of the Galaxy revealed

Sep 25 • by Ursa • 6 CommentsLee News

We haven’t heard much about Guardians of Galaxy lately, but there are finally some news out. The official production still featuring Lee Pace as Ronan and Karen Gillan as Nebula have been taken by British photographer James Beddoes a week ago. He posted on Instagram: “Can’t believe I just got to look at official production still from Guardians of the Galaxy of Ronan and Nebula! I can’t describe how cool they look and how much it made my day!” He says the costumes look amazing and “Lee Pace is going to be amazing as Ronan, he looks even cooler then Thanos did in Avengers!” When being asked how Lee looks like as Ronan, James kindly described what he’s seen, “He has a lot of prosthetics on his forehead and chin but you can tell it’s his face, his skin is a similar blue colour to mystique in the X-men films!”

Chris Pratt, who plays Peter Quill / Star-Lord, shared on twitter that only 14 days of principal photography remain. “As of today we are 83.1325301% finished with #GOTG 69/83=X/100 Rithmatic,” he posted.

We also have a shot of Guardians of Galaxy film crew T-shirt (pictured right). Looks great, doesn’t it?

Guardians of the Galaxy is slated for release on Aug. 1, 2014.


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