By now you’ve probably either seen Guardians of the Galaxy or have made plans to check it out by the end of next weekend (not that it’s leaving theaters any time soon with that kind of gross). Writer/director James Gunn’s space opera looks to be gaining traction that far exceeds the normal reach of the comic-book crowd. A big reason for that is Chris Pratt’s Peter Quill. And his ship, The Milano, is a perfect extension of his onscreen vibe. Like the Millenium Falcon before it, it has a lot of personality.
Quill fancies himself a bit of a rock star, so it’s fitting that this trip inside the Milano is shot and edited a bit like an episode of MTV Cribs (except for the fact that its done in Pratt’s real-life persona). Hit the jump for a tour of Guardians of the Galaxy’s Milano. You can bet that you’ll be seeing it again in 2017. As a bonus, we’ve got a video of Pratt doing a dead-on “Forgot About Dre.”
Clips courtesy of Marvel and YouTube:
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