GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Director James Gunn Reveals A Deleted Scene Featuring Star-Lord’s Walkman

During a live watch-along with fans on Twitter last night, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn revealed a ton of awesome details about the 2014 movie.

One standout sequence featured the unlikely team of heroes locked inside the Kyln prison, and an irate Peter Quill had his Sony Walkman stolen by an unnamed, blue-skinned guard. Eventually, Star-Lord was able to steal it back from him, but the filmmaker has now detailed a deleted scene featuring the character which definitely would have been pretty memorable. 

As you can see, there was going to be a sequence with the guard beating prisoners as he danced to Pilot’s “Magic.” Clearly, this would’ve helped make him even more hateful! 

Guardians of the Galaxy‘s “Mean Guard” was played by Spencer Wilding, the same actor who suited up as Darth Vader in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. A version of the sequence can be found on the Blu-ray, but “Magic” now joins the likes of Tree Dog Night’s “Never Been to Spain” and Electric Light Orchestra’s “Livin’ Thing” which ultimately didn’t make the final cut. 

Check out Gunn’s Tweet below:
 

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