Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special Trailer
It’s time to enter Marvel’s version of Galaxy, filled with presents, trees, candy cons, and snowflakes. The official trailer of Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special trailer has been released worldwide by Marvel studios. The entertainment drop is a web television special and will stream on Disney+ on 25th November 2022. The second tv special of phase four is a prequel to Thor: Love and Thunder, Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Infinity war, vol 3 and 4 of Guardians of the Galaxy .
As the fourth phase of Multiverse Saga draws closer to Marvel’s expanded ambitious world, the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special is the second special presentation after Werewolf by Night. While some fans feel the tv special is a short-period installment, others seem to remain a seasonal tradition for Marvel Universe.
The entertainment drop reunited the cast and the makers from the previous Guardians of the Galaxy movies. James Gunn has assured that the special will be a significant part of the Guardian’s story. In addition, it will also act as a direct prequel to the next Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, to be released in 2023.
Now that we have the official trailer of the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special trailer, let’s discuss what, in actuality, the web tv special has in store for us.
Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special Trailer Breakdown
Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will feature Chris Pratt as Star-Lord, Pom Klementieff as Mantis, Bradley Cooper as Rocket, Gillan as Nebula, Dave Bautista as Drax, Vin Diesel as Groot, and Zoe Saldana as Gamora.
While the in-depth details of Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special’s surrounding plot have been built close to the point, James has stated that the web tv special will introduce the iconic MCU characters of all time.
Not just that, but the trailer clip also unveiled that Kevin Bacon is ready to join the Guardians of the Galaxy cast. This new addition will definitely wow your hearts when he enters the screen.
The damn cute trailer opens with Peter Quill entering the screen with an upset and desperate look, wearing a hooded vest. He still longs to find Gamora, who may appear in the web tv special. Empty and discouraged, we see a range of shots where Peter deflates Santa Claus with a sad face.
After that, we watch an aircraft fly toward earth into a hexagonal portal.
Here, Mantis says- Maybe if we go for a wonderful to Earth for a wonderful Christmas….it would make him happy. Drax and Mantis then takes the Hollywood Walk of Fame to get a holiday gift for their captain.
After that, a rocket lands in a spotlight, which appears to be Christmas Village, with Peter gazing continuously at the holiday special. A team enters the nightclub, drinking, dancing, and enjoying the place. Kids would require their Guardians to watch the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special.
Further, Mantis adds, Something Special he will never forget. Peter taps his arm, Groot gives them gifts, and Drax and Mantis hug each other while carrying a stuffed elf and candy cane with them. Mantis presses the doorbell, and we see Kevin Bacon.
This reminds us of the Avengers: Infinity War, where the avengers were planning to defeat Thanos but Peter and Parker had a deep chat around Footloose.
Foot on the Loose
Drax says- Your voice was small and mousey. I think maybe he didn’t hear you. He breaks in through the glass door, prompting Kevin to urge the security guards, which makes the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special even better.
We watch the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special cast roll over in an orderly manner, and Marvel overwhelms us with the appearance of Cosmo and the encounter of Kevin being followed by Mantis and Drax from one place to another.
This is definitely a better shot in contrast with those of thriller, action, and anxious scenes from past Galaxy movies. Cheers to this Holiday Special trailer that has already made a special place in our hearts.
Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will stream on the Disney+ platform on 25th November 2022 with a runtime of 40 minutes. So don’t forget to subscribe to Disney+ to catch what fun elements Marvel has brought this time.