Marvel Studios has released the first teaser poster for its upcoming film, Guardians of the Galaxy, which comes to us courtesy of director James Gunn.
Earlier tonight, the first official trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy was released exclusively on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ which you can find embedded below. In addition, Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Studios have provided us with several high-res stills from the film.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is one of the next — and perhaps strangest — entries into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it’s mostly unknown to those who don’t embed themselves into the Marvel comics universe. While Star-Lord, Groot and Rocket Raccoon and the rest of the motley crew will undoubtedly become household names after the movie releases on August 1, 2014, Marvel is gearing up to indoctrinate us with a series of original books and materials tied to the film.
The cover for the final entry in the popular Kingdom Keepers series of adventures by Ridley Pearson was revealed today by KingdomKeepersInsider.com, the book’s official website. The cover features the Evil Queen watching over as Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle becomes engulfed in flames.
Available to own April 1, 2014, and currently available for pre-order from Amazon in both hardcover and Kindle editions, Kingdom Keepers VII: The Insider, brings the exciting conclusion to the series which details the battles of good vs evil across the Disney theme parks and cruise line. The publisher’s description is as follows:
In Kingdom Keepers VI: Dark Passage (now available)The Kingdom Keepers and their friends have uncovered a startling truth: Maleficent and the Overtakers (Disney villains) are plotting a catastrophic event that could have repercussions far beyond the world of Disney. Aboard the Disney Cruise Line’s inaugural passage through the new Panama Canal, the Keepers and their holograms uncover a puzzle hidden within the pages of a stolen journal. The point of that puzzle will reveal itself in the caves of Aruba, the zip lines of Costa Rica, and the jungles of Mexico. A destructive force, dormant for decades, is about to be unleashed — and the Kingdom Keepers are to be its first victims.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – ESPN has stumbled onto a niche that seems to be thriving despite the recession — people who literally have gone fishing.
The Walt Disney Co owned sports network said on Wednesday that it had added 44 percent more pages than planned to an insert in its Bassmaster Magazine aimed at saltwater fishermen because of advertiser demand.
From product expos at bass pro shops to the Bassmaster Classic fishing competition, companies that supply equipment and boats for bass enthusiasts are seeing greater interest, said James Hall, editor of Bassmaster Magazine and the supplement, ESPN Outdoors Saltwater magazine.