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Zoe Saldana has revealed her favourite sex positions.

The 'Star Trek' actress - who recently split from Bradley Cooper - enjoys making love in a variety of ways but she finds '' doggy-style'' and sex standing up most satisfying.

She revealed: ''I like missionary and I like being on my knees too. And I love being on top ... I love doggy-style or standing up.''

Zoe, 33, was one of several stars quizzed about their sex lives on new Lifetime TV show 'The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet'.

Other celebrities to lift the lid on their bedroom activities include Gwyneth Paltrow, Jane Fonda and comedienne Sarah Silverman.

Jane, 74, told Amanda - who is married to Strokes guitarist Nick Valensi - her positions have been limited by a fake knee she had fitted but she still enjoys an active sex life.

She said: ''While I am quite flexible and I can kneel, it's not quite as comfortable for me as it used to be before I had a fake knee ... [I like to be] either lying down or sitting up on a couch with him coming on to me, no pun intended.''

Gwyneth, 39, was a little more coy on her sex life with husband Chris Martin, only saying she is ''down with all of them''.

Sarah - who previously dated Jimmy Kimmel and is now romancing 'Family Guy' writer Alec Sulkin - admitted she likes to be ''manhandled'' in bed.

The 41-year-old comic said: ''I do enjoy a good sound missionary-ing ... and I like to be manhandled.''


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Everybody Wants A Piece of Chris Pratt, Guardian of The Galaxy 4306392 News

It’s been a well-documented rise to fame for Chris Pratt – the guy who used to carve out sections of his Reebok classics because he couldn’t afford new ones that fit. Now, he leads an all star cast in Marvel’s latest multi-movie deal, and if the reviews are anything to go by, he’s got himself a franchise to be proud of.

Chris PrattChris Pratt executing part of the part-plan he has partly figured out

"What's really nice about this movie is that I believe we did something that's never been done before ... So, maybe people wouldn't have seen me in this role, but that's because they weren't able to have the vision that James [Gunn, director] had for what this could be,” explained Pratt to Collider.

More: Reason #23435 To Like Chris Pratt: "Guardians Of The Galaxy" Star Connects With Fans At Charity Screening

But it hasn’t always been a smooth ride, and not just because of his growing feet and restrictive Reeboks; no, Pratt was facing something of a dilemma even while auditioning for the role of Peter Quill, who was removed from Earth before his tenth birthday and is now a fun-loving Star Lord whose prize possession is a Walkman that plays Seventies disco and Eighties pop.

"At the time [of my audition], I had been having an identity crisis, as an actor. I didn't know what I was and whether I was an action guy or a comedy guy,” he explained. Lucky, then, that his role in GOTG lets him fly with both jets. “I thought, 'Maybe I could do a combination of both, but there's nothing out there that's like that. Maybe I have to develop something'. And my manager just kept saying, 'Guardians of the Galaxy'. So, I said, 'Maybe you're right. Let's go meet on it'. And then, James said, 'I just want somebody to do their thing'.”

More: UK Premiere of Guardians of The Galaxy [Pictures]

'Guardians of the Galaxy' finally hits town on 31 July (UK) and a day later in the US. Big things are expected from the box so check back on Monday to see how Pratt and his space-hopping cohorts performed. 

Watch the trailer for Guardians of The Galaxy here
4247107-0;noautoplay; Guardians Of The Galaxy - International Trailer - 16.07.2014 17:23:05

It’s been a well-documented rise to fame for Chris Pratt – the guy who used to carve out sections of his Reebok classics because he couldn’t afford new ones that fit. Now, he leads an all star cast in Marvel’s latest multi-movie deal, and if the reviews are anything to go by, he’s got himself a franchise to be proud of.

Chris PrattChris Pratt executing part of the part-plan he has partly figured out

"What's really nice about this movie is that I believe we did something that's never been done before ... So, maybe people wouldn't have seen me in this role, but that's because they weren't able to have the vision that James [Gunn, director] had for what this could be,” explained Pratt to Collider.

More: Reason #23435 To Like Chris Pratt: "Guardians Of The Galaxy" Star Connects With Fans At Charity Screening

But it hasn’t always been a smooth ride, and not just because of his growing feet and restrictive Reeboks; no, Pratt was facing something of a dilemma even while auditioning for the role of Peter Quill, who was removed from Earth before his tenth birthday and is now a fun-loving Star Lord whose prize possession is a Walkman that plays Seventies disco and Eighties pop.

"At the time [of my audition], I had been having an identity crisis, as an actor. I didn't know what I was and whether I was an action guy or a comedy guy,” he explained. Lucky, then, that his role in GOTG lets him fly with both jets. “I thought, 'Maybe I could do a combination of both, but there's nothing out there that's like that. Maybe I have to develop something'. And my manager just kept saying, 'Guardians of the Galaxy'. So, I said, 'Maybe you're right. Let's go meet on it'. And then, James said, 'I just want somebody to do their thing'.”

More: UK Premiere of Guardians of The Galaxy [Pictures]

'Guardians of the Galaxy' finally hits town on 31 July (UK) and a day later in the US. Big things are expected from the box so check back on Monday to see how Pratt and his space-hopping cohorts performed. 

Watch the trailer for Guardians of The Galaxy here
4247107-0;noautoplay; Guardians Of The Galaxy - International Trailer - 16.07.2014 17:23:05

30th July 2014 4300974
A Week In Movies: Guardians Holds Two Premieres, Plus First Glimpses Of Fifty Shades, The Imitation Game And Mad Max: Fury Road 4301412 News

Guardians of the Galaxy

In the wake of especially strong buzz from critics who have seen the film, the cast of  assembled for their world premiere in Los Angeles this week, including Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, Glenn Close, Karen Gillan and Michael Rooker. They then dashed across to London for a Leicester Square premiere, where they were joined by Disney/Marvel colleagues Mark Hamill and Chris Hemsworth, plus Diesel's Fast & Furious costar Elsa Pataky. The film opens next week. Browse through our gallery of the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy - Los Angeles, California, USA. We also have some shots of celebrities at the 'Guardians of Galaxy' premiere in London.

Luc Besson's new action romp Lucy opens today in the US and next month in the UK. In a new short feature, Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman give a backstage look at working with Besson on the movie, including glimpses of the crew filming elaborate action scenes. The clip ends with a brief trailer for the finished film. Watch 'Lucy - Luc Besson' Featurette.

Opening in September, Get on Up is a biopic about Godfather of Soul James Brown, played by Chadwick Boseman (42) alongside Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Nelsan Ellis and Dan Aykroyd. Directed by Tate Taylor (The Help), the film looks colourful and extremely energetic. Watch 'Get On Up' International Trailer.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
There's another clever viral trailer this week for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, featuring Donald Sutherland as President Snow addressing the population of Panem. Although this time there's an unexpected interruption. The film hits cinemas in November. Watch 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 - Mockingjay Lives' Teaser Trailer.

It was announced this week that Benedict Cumberbatch's The Imitation Game will open this year's London Film Festival in October. And a new trailer promises a strikingly strong biographical drama about Alan Turing, the computer pioneer who helped crack Germany's Enigma code and shift the course of World War II. Cumberbatch instantly leaps to the front of the Oscar race for the film, which costars Keira Knightley and Mark Strong. It opens in November. Watch 'The Imitation Game' Teaser Trailer.

A new trailer also arrived this week for the hotly anticipated adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, even though it doesn't open until next February. The film stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, and the trailer's pretty steamy. It caused a meltdown on Twitter. Watch 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Trailer.

Mad Max: Fury Road

And more than 30 years after his last Mad Max movie, and a decade after he started work on a follow-up, filmmaker George Miller released an extensive set of photos for his reboot Mad Max: Fury Road, which stars Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult. Most of the movie was shot in Namibia in 2009, but production has continued over the last five years. The film finally opens next May. 'Mad Max: Fury Road' - New Stills and Poster Appear From Comic Con [Pictures].

Guardians of the Galaxy

In the wake of especially strong buzz from critics who have seen the film, the cast of  assembled for their world premiere in Los Angeles this week, including Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, Glenn Close, Karen Gillan and Michael Rooker. They then dashed across to London for a Leicester Square premiere, where they were joined by Disney/Marvel colleagues Mark Hamill and Chris Hemsworth, plus Diesel's Fast & Furious costar Elsa Pataky. The film opens next week. Browse through our gallery of the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy - Los Angeles, California, USA. We also have some shots of celebrities at the 'Guardians of Galaxy' premiere in London.

Luc Besson's new action romp Lucy opens today in the US and next month in the UK. In a new short feature, Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman give a backstage look at working with Besson on the movie, including glimpses of the crew filming elaborate action scenes. The clip ends with a brief trailer for the finished film. Watch 'Lucy - Luc Besson' Featurette.

Opening in September, Get on Up is a biopic about Godfather of Soul James Brown, played by Chadwick Boseman (42) alongside Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Nelsan Ellis and Dan Aykroyd. Directed by Tate Taylor (The Help), the film looks colourful and extremely energetic. Watch 'Get On Up' International Trailer.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
There's another clever viral trailer this week for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, featuring Donald Sutherland as President Snow addressing the population of Panem. Although this time there's an unexpected interruption. The film hits cinemas in November. Watch 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 - Mockingjay Lives' Teaser Trailer.

It was announced this week that Benedict Cumberbatch's The Imitation Game will open this year's London Film Festival in October. And a new trailer promises a strikingly strong biographical drama about Alan Turing, the computer pioneer who helped crack Germany's Enigma code and shift the course of World War II. Cumberbatch instantly leaps to the front of the Oscar race for the film, which costars Keira Knightley and Mark Strong. It opens in November. Watch 'The Imitation Game' Teaser Trailer.

A new trailer also arrived this week for the hotly anticipated adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, even though it doesn't open until next February. The film stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, and the trailer's pretty steamy. It caused a meltdown on Twitter. Watch 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Trailer.

Mad Max: Fury Road

And more than 30 years after his last Mad Max movie, and a decade after he started work on a follow-up, filmmaker George Miller released an extensive set of photos for his reboot Mad Max: Fury Road, which stars Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult. Most of the movie was shot in Namibia in 2009, but production has continued over the last five years. The film finally opens next May. 'Mad Max: Fury Road' - New Stills and Poster Appear From Comic Con [Pictures].

25th July 2014 4300974
Here Comes Guardians of The Galaxy, A Huge Weekend in Store? 4301507 News

‘Guardians of The Galaxy’ hits cinemas next weekend with Marvel bracing itself for what could be a winning few days at the box office. Based on one of the more obscure comics, GotG has accumulated a lot of hype because of the oddball characters, not to mention its 70s inspired soundtrack.

Guardians of The GalaxyChris Pratt was a gamble to lead this latest Marvel movie, but it's a gamble that has paid off

“I can’t believe they let me do all this stuff,” Gunn admitted of his upcoming movie. “It’s really sinking in for the first time. For the past two years, all I’ve been doing is driving forward, making this movie. Now I’m done and I’m standing outside of it, and I’m going, ‘How did you guys let me get away with all that?’”

More: The Critics LOVE "Guardians Of The Galaxy". All Of Them.

Riffing on films like ‘Alien’, Blade Runner ‘Star Wars’, Guardians tells a unique sci-fi story interspersed with comedy that can’t be labelled tokenistic. Anyone who’s seen the film agrees: this is as much comedy as it is all-out action. 

“All of us at Marvel wanted to do a big space movie for a long time — we grew up on those kinds of movies,” said Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. “All of the soul of the movie is 100% James,” Feige added. “It very much is a James Gunn film and a James Gunn vision. … He’s got a great voice, he’s got great ideas.”

More: UK Premiere of Guardians of The Galaxy [Pictures]

But while Gunn has always had a strong affinity with comic books and comic book heroes, he wasn’t always on board with the project. “The whole thing hit me, and I felt like not only was it the movie that I wanted to do and have wanted to do my entire life but it was a movie that I felt — and this is the arrogant part — needed me, otherwise it could become a travesty,” he said. “I didn’t feel that there was anybody who loves Marvel Comics and raccoons and space operas as much as I do.” (Source: The L.A Times' Hero Complex)

‘Guardians of The Galaxy’ hits cinemas next weekend with Marvel bracing itself for what could be a winning few days at the box office. Based on one of the more obscure comics, GotG has accumulated a lot of hype because of the oddball characters, not to mention its 70s inspired soundtrack.

Guardians of The GalaxyChris Pratt was a gamble to lead this latest Marvel movie, but it's a gamble that has paid off

“I can’t believe they let me do all this stuff,” Gunn admitted of his upcoming movie. “It’s really sinking in for the first time. For the past two years, all I’ve been doing is driving forward, making this movie. Now I’m done and I’m standing outside of it, and I’m going, ‘How did you guys let me get away with all that?’”

More: The Critics LOVE "Guardians Of The Galaxy". All Of Them.

Riffing on films like ‘Alien’, Blade Runner ‘Star Wars’, Guardians tells a unique sci-fi story interspersed with comedy that can’t be labelled tokenistic. Anyone who’s seen the film agrees: this is as much comedy as it is all-out action. 

“All of us at Marvel wanted to do a big space movie for a long time — we grew up on those kinds of movies,” said Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. “All of the soul of the movie is 100% James,” Feige added. “It very much is a James Gunn film and a James Gunn vision. … He’s got a great voice, he’s got great ideas.”

More: UK Premiere of Guardians of The Galaxy [Pictures]

But while Gunn has always had a strong affinity with comic books and comic book heroes, he wasn’t always on board with the project. “The whole thing hit me, and I felt like not only was it the movie that I wanted to do and have wanted to do my entire life but it was a movie that I felt — and this is the arrogant part — needed me, otherwise it could become a travesty,” he said. “I didn’t feel that there was anybody who loves Marvel Comics and raccoons and space operas as much as I do.” (Source: The L.A Times' Hero Complex)

25th July 2014 4300974
UK Premiere of Guardians of The Galaxy [Pictures] 4301310 News

London’s Leicester Square played host to the Guardian of The Galaxy premiere last night. The latest Marvel adventure has been attracting strong praise for the critics ahead of what is expected to be a big box office weekend for action-comedy.

“They're the thieves, the bounty hunters and the neglected”, explains Zoe Saldana of their characters in this featurette. “It's not a typical superhero movie.” Chris Pratt – who plays the ‘hero’ role, adds: “Peter Quill is the only human in this crazy world. He doesn't have superhuman strength or the abillity to fly but he uses his cunning and his charm to get himself out of situations.” Finally, Bradley Cooper – who plays a machine gun-wielding Racoon, Rocket - spoke highly of the melding of genres, both action and comedy. “There's a lot of humour in this one and a lot of heart. There's nothing like it, that's for sure.”

The film’s stars, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, John C. Reilly, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Lee Pace, Karen Gillan, Benicio Del Toro, Djimon Hounsou, Michael Rooker, Dave Bautista, Laura Haddock, Glenn Close, Ophelia Lovibond, Peter Serafinowicz and Melia Kreiling – amongst others – were in attendance at the glitzy London premiere last night. Make sure you check out our extensive gallery below!

More: Ok, So It's Official: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Is Best Marvel Movie, Ever

London’s Leicester Square played host to the Guardian of The Galaxy premiere last night. The latest Marvel adventure has been attracting strong praise for the critics ahead of what is expected to be a big box office weekend for action-comedy.

“They're the thieves, the bounty hunters and the neglected”, explains Zoe Saldana of their characters in this featurette. “It's not a typical superhero movie.” Chris Pratt – who plays the ‘hero’ role, adds: “Peter Quill is the only human in this crazy world. He doesn't have superhuman strength or the abillity to fly but he uses his cunning and his charm to get himself out of situations.” Finally, Bradley Cooper – who plays a machine gun-wielding Racoon, Rocket - spoke highly of the melding of genres, both action and comedy. “There's a lot of humour in this one and a lot of heart. There's nothing like it, that's for sure.”

The film’s stars, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, John C. Reilly, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Lee Pace, Karen Gillan, Benicio Del Toro, Djimon Hounsou, Michael Rooker, Dave Bautista, Laura Haddock, Glenn Close, Ophelia Lovibond, Peter Serafinowicz and Melia Kreiling – amongst others – were in attendance at the glitzy London premiere last night. Make sure you check out our extensive gallery below!

More: Ok, So It's Official: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Is Best Marvel Movie, Ever

25th July 2014 4300902
The Critics LOVE "Guardians Of The Galaxy". All Of Them. 4301286 News

After intense promotion from Marvel over the past six months, Guardians of the Galaxy is out in cinemas next week, but not before the critics get their say. This time, it’s a resounding yes, as the acting, the story and most of all the visuals of Guardians get the reviewers’ approval.

Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy
Marvel made a gamble with Chris Pratt and it's paying off big time.

According to Forbes’ Scott Mendelson, “writer/director James Gunn and co-writer Nicole Perlman’s Guardians of the Galaxy is an absolutely crackling action-adventure film, a dazzling and engaging bit of optimistic sci-fi melodrama.” As for the story, which is usually a strong point of Marvel’s brand of superhero action,  there is “inventive spectacle to spare, but it remains rooted in character chemistry and successful broad-strokes storytelling that makes the action beats count as more than visceral moments. 

More: Ok, So It's Official. Guardians Of The Galaxy Is The Best Marvel Movie, Ever.

In short, it’s good. This is the first film where the studio ditched its tried and true cast of blockbuster favorites, but the experimental blend of stars works for this rag tag team of galactic misfits.

Watch the trailer for Guardians below.
4247107-0;noautoplay; Guardians Of The Galaxy - International Trailer - 16.07.2014 17:23:05

According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Justin Lowe, “while Pratt’s résumé may not immediately scream “action hero,” he dons the mantle with obvious enthusiasm, rounding off Quill’s rough edges with an endearing comedic sensibility. Meanwhile, though Saldana doesn't clue us in on Gamora's inner motivations, the actress — who is no stranger to sci-fi after Avatar and Star Trek — possesses all the action chops required to persuasively portray a deadly assassin, and she makes for a resourceful heroine.”

More: Read the (really) early reviews for Guardians.

Guardians of the Galaxy
Talking racoon. Need we say more?

Variety’s review follows along those same lines, with a little less enthusiasm: “With its large budget and crowd-pleasing ambitions, “Guardians of the Galaxy” can’t venture nearly as far out on a limb, but to [director James] Gunn’s credit, he’s delivered a movie that’s idiosyncratic enough to stand out from the crowd…”

Oh, by the way, Guardians currently holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. How is that even possible?

After intense promotion from Marvel over the past six months, Guardians of the Galaxy is out in cinemas next week, but not before the critics get their say. This time, it’s a resounding yes, as the acting, the story and most of all the visuals of Guardians get the reviewers’ approval.

Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy
Marvel made a gamble with Chris Pratt and it's paying off big time.

According to Forbes’ Scott Mendelson, “writer/director James Gunn and co-writer Nicole Perlman’s Guardians of the Galaxy is an absolutely crackling action-adventure film, a dazzling and engaging bit of optimistic sci-fi melodrama.” As for the story, which is usually a strong point of Marvel’s brand of superhero action,  there is “inventive spectacle to spare, but it remains rooted in character chemistry and successful broad-strokes storytelling that makes the action beats count as more than visceral moments. 

More: Ok, So It's Official. Guardians Of The Galaxy Is The Best Marvel Movie, Ever.

In short, it’s good. This is the first film where the studio ditched its tried and true cast of blockbuster favorites, but the experimental blend of stars works for this rag tag team of galactic misfits.

Watch the trailer for Guardians below.
4247107-0;noautoplay; Guardians Of The Galaxy - International Trailer - 16.07.2014 17:23:05

According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Justin Lowe, “while Pratt’s résumé may not immediately scream “action hero,” he dons the mantle with obvious enthusiasm, rounding off Quill’s rough edges with an endearing comedic sensibility. Meanwhile, though Saldana doesn't clue us in on Gamora's inner motivations, the actress — who is no stranger to sci-fi after Avatar and Star Trek — possesses all the action chops required to persuasively portray a deadly assassin, and she makes for a resourceful heroine.”

More: Read the (really) early reviews for Guardians.

Guardians of the Galaxy
Talking racoon. Need we say more?

Variety’s review follows along those same lines, with a little less enthusiasm: “With its large budget and crowd-pleasing ambitions, “Guardians of the Galaxy” can’t venture nearly as far out on a limb, but to [director James] Gunn’s credit, he’s delivered a movie that’s idiosyncratic enough to stand out from the crowd…”

Oh, by the way, Guardians currently holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. How is that even possible?

25th July 2014 4300974
Zoe Saldana Might Get A Head Start On That Big Family With Twin Babies 4300757 News

Zoe Saldana’s baby will probably get quite a lot of cool genes, so a pair of them would definitely be a good thing. A pair of babies, that is. Because that is what the Guardians of the Galaxy actress is expecting with husband, Italian artist Marco Perego, according to E! News.

Zoe Saldana
Saldana rocking a high-waisted gown at the UK premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy.

The actress is yet to confirm the exciting news herself, and so far the reports by E! and Us Weekly are only backed up by insiders, but we’ll use this chance to say congratulations to the happy family anyway. It looks like Saldana is making great progress on that five children ambition she expressed in 2012.

More: Rosemary's Baby Critics React To Zoe Saldana's Chilling TV Debut

We don’t know how far along the actress is, although Us Weekly’s “insider” can apparently shed some light on that: “Zoe is about three months pregnant," the insider tells Us of the Guardians of the Galaxy actress, 36. "But she will only announce the news when she's ready.”

If Saldana is about three months into the pregnancy then she has about six months left until the big day. But the actress, who is currently starring in three blockbuster franchises, won’t have too much time to rest afterwards.

She's signed up for three Avatar sequels, but even she knows little about what to expect. "I've been told by [James Cameron] that it'll be about an overall spiritual journey," she says in The Hollywood Reporter's Aug. 1 issue, "but I don't have a script."

Well, congratulations to the happy couple!

More: Zoe Saldana Opens Up About Marriage To Marco Perego And Dealing With Ex-Lovers

Zoe Saldana
Saldana is currently set to star in three fantasy franchises back to back.

Zoe Saldana’s baby will probably get quite a lot of cool genes, so a pair of them would definitely be a good thing. A pair of babies, that is. Because that is what the Guardians of the Galaxy actress is expecting with husband, Italian artist Marco Perego, according to E! News.

Zoe Saldana
Saldana rocking a high-waisted gown at the UK premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy.

The actress is yet to confirm the exciting news herself, and so far the reports by E! and Us Weekly are only backed up by insiders, but we’ll use this chance to say congratulations to the happy family anyway. It looks like Saldana is making great progress on that five children ambition she expressed in 2012.

More: Rosemary's Baby Critics React To Zoe Saldana's Chilling TV Debut

We don’t know how far along the actress is, although Us Weekly’s “insider” can apparently shed some light on that: “Zoe is about three months pregnant," the insider tells Us of the Guardians of the Galaxy actress, 36. "But she will only announce the news when she's ready.”

If Saldana is about three months into the pregnancy then she has about six months left until the big day. But the actress, who is currently starring in three blockbuster franchises, won’t have too much time to rest afterwards.

She's signed up for three Avatar sequels, but even she knows little about what to expect. "I've been told by [James Cameron] that it'll be about an overall spiritual journey," she says in The Hollywood Reporter's Aug. 1 issue, "but I don't have a script."

Well, congratulations to the happy couple!

More: Zoe Saldana Opens Up About Marriage To Marco Perego And Dealing With Ex-Lovers

Zoe Saldana
Saldana is currently set to star in three fantasy franchises back to back.

25th July 2014 4300354
Early (Really Early) 'Guardians of The Galaxy' Opinions Are Positive 4295969 News

While we’re still waiting for the official set of reviews to hit the net, Guardians of The Galaxy is at the right end of some very positive murmurings from a certain 140-character social networking site.

Guardians of the GalaxyGuardians of The Galaxy

If you’re reading an article about Guardians of The Galaxy, then you’re probablu au fait with Twitter, meaning you can probably get the general reaction just by searching for the film over there. But you’re here now, so here are a couple of mini-reviews by those lucky enough to have seen it already.

More: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Character Rundown: What You Need To Know

“Marvel’s @Guardians is magnificent. Hilarious, touching, action packed, I don’t think I could’ve liked it more. @JamesGunn killed it. Wow. Thank god that movie was good cause my night got decidedly worse right after that. Wedged my car good.… I don't like to take advantage of my awesome position, but this time I made an exception. Just RSVP'd to see @Guardians again after #SDCC,” wrpte Germain Lussier of Slashfilm, over a good few Tweets. 

Steven Weintraub of Collider tweeted, “GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY opens up the Marvel universe in a great way. Movie is awesome & extremely funny. Congrats @JamesGunn. You did it. And anyone wondering if a talking racoon and tree wouldn't work, they have some of the best scenes and I loved both of them. #GUARDIANS.”

And finally, Devin Faraci of BadAssDigest tweeted, “Groot is the new star of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I really liked GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. The characters work so well together. Gunn nails space opera. I'm excited for GUARDIANS 2 not for plot reasons but bc the heavy lifting of establishing everything is done and the characters can sing. Weird thing: whileGUARDIANS has the most Thanos-wank yet it's the Marvel movie that stands most on its own. It feels whole.”

While we’re still waiting for the official set of reviews to hit the net, Guardians of The Galaxy is at the right end of some very positive murmurings from a certain 140-character social networking site.

Guardians of the GalaxyGuardians of The Galaxy

If you’re reading an article about Guardians of The Galaxy, then you’re probablu au fait with Twitter, meaning you can probably get the general reaction just by searching for the film over there. But you’re here now, so here are a couple of mini-reviews by those lucky enough to have seen it already.

More: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Character Rundown: What You Need To Know

“Marvel’s @Guardians is magnificent. Hilarious, touching, action packed, I don’t think I could’ve liked it more. @JamesGunn killed it. Wow. Thank god that movie was good cause my night got decidedly worse right after that. Wedged my car good.… I don't like to take advantage of my awesome position, but this time I made an exception. Just RSVP'd to see @Guardians again after #SDCC,” wrpte Germain Lussier of Slashfilm, over a good few Tweets. 

Steven Weintraub of Collider tweeted, “GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY opens up the Marvel universe in a great way. Movie is awesome & extremely funny. Congrats @JamesGunn. You did it. And anyone wondering if a talking racoon and tree wouldn't work, they have some of the best scenes and I loved both of them. #GUARDIANS.”

And finally, Devin Faraci of BadAssDigest tweeted, “Groot is the new star of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I really liked GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. The characters work so well together. Gunn nails space opera. I'm excited for GUARDIANS 2 not for plot reasons but bc the heavy lifting of establishing everything is done and the characters can sing. Weird thing: whileGUARDIANS has the most Thanos-wank yet it's the Marvel movie that stands most on its own. It feels whole.”

21st July 2014 4155193
Zoe Saldana Opens Up About Marriage to Marco Perego, And Dealing With Ex-Loves 4285006 News

Zoe Saldana is usually very private when it comes to her personal life, but it seems she recently had a change of heart.

As it has been just over a year since the 36 year-old actress secretly married Marco Perego in London, she finally feels comfortable enough to open up about her surprise union.

"I don't do the ABCs. I do what my heart says, what my heart feels," Saldana told Marie Claire's August 2014 issue. "So from the moment I met my husband, we were together. We knew."

'The Guardians of the Galaxy' actress, who has previously dated Hollywood star Bradley Cooper, also thought it was a good idea "not to settle."

"If you're not happy with a person, leave," she continued. "And wait until you find that one person who makes you feel good about yourself every single day and is not expecting you to change, but to grow."

Although she did not name and shame anyone, Saldana admitted that when it comes to her past relationships, she wants nothing to do with them.

"I have been in relationships where a man has disrespected me, and I don't need to be friends with that man anymore. I don't want to be the one going, 'I'm cool, because I'm friends with all my exes," she said.

More: The Reviews Are In: NBC's "Rosemary's Baby" Doesn't Quite Measure Up To The Original

Adding, "There's a reason why you're called an ex. I crossed you off my list. Moving on, you cross a line, you need to know that you're going to walk this earth knowing that there's an individual who has no respect for you."

Saldana is quickly becoming one of the movie industry's biggest female names, as well as starring in marvel's latest instalment, she also featured in J.J. Abrams' reboots of the 'Star Trek' franchise. And it is no coincidence that these character are very strong women.

More: New 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Trailer: What We Noticed

The possibly pregnant actress sees herself as a "iron-fisted lady" who "will not take any bulls--t," and she puts this down to growing up in the Dominican Republic. "I had many female bullies growing up who wanted us to be submissive and to follow and to kiss ass," the possibly pregnant star explains, "and that's the last thing any Saldana will ever do, honestly," she explained.

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Zoe Saldana sees herself as an "iron-fisted lady"

Zoe Saldana is usually very private when it comes to her personal life, but it seems she recently had a change of heart.

As it has been just over a year since the 36 year-old actress secretly married Marco Perego in London, she finally feels comfortable enough to open up about her surprise union.

"I don't do the ABCs. I do what my heart says, what my heart feels," Saldana told Marie Claire's August 2014 issue. "So from the moment I met my husband, we were together. We knew."

'The Guardians of the Galaxy' actress, who has previously dated Hollywood star Bradley Cooper, also thought it was a good idea "not to settle."

"If you're not happy with a person, leave," she continued. "And wait until you find that one person who makes you feel good about yourself every single day and is not expecting you to change, but to grow."

Although she did not name and shame anyone, Saldana admitted that when it comes to her past relationships, she wants nothing to do with them.

"I have been in relationships where a man has disrespected me, and I don't need to be friends with that man anymore. I don't want to be the one going, 'I'm cool, because I'm friends with all my exes," she said.

More: The Reviews Are In: NBC's "Rosemary's Baby" Doesn't Quite Measure Up To The Original

Adding, "There's a reason why you're called an ex. I crossed you off my list. Moving on, you cross a line, you need to know that you're going to walk this earth knowing that there's an individual who has no respect for you."

Saldana is quickly becoming one of the movie industry's biggest female names, as well as starring in marvel's latest instalment, she also featured in J.J. Abrams' reboots of the 'Star Trek' franchise. And it is no coincidence that these character are very strong women.

More: New 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Trailer: What We Noticed

The possibly pregnant actress sees herself as a "iron-fisted lady" who "will not take any bulls--t," and she puts this down to growing up in the Dominican Republic. "I had many female bullies growing up who wanted us to be submissive and to follow and to kiss ass," the possibly pregnant star explains, "and that's the last thing any Saldana will ever do, honestly," she explained.

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Zoe Saldana sees herself as an "iron-fisted lady"

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The cast of forthcoming Marvel movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy'; Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper; talk about the new film in a short featurette.

'They're the thieves, the bounty hunters and the neglected', Zoe explains of their characters. 'It's not a typical superhero movie.' Chris adds: 'Peter Quill is the only human in this crazy world. He doesn't have superhuman strength or the abillity to fly but he uses his cunning and his charm to get himself out of situations.' It appears to be the first Marvel film that focuses more on comedy than action, with Bradley explaining, 'There's a lot of humour in this one and a lot of heart. There's nothing like it, that's for sure.'

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Prepare to check out the new trailer for the upcoming summer blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy, which is due to open from the end of July. James Gunn's visualisation of Marvel's lesser-known comic book series recruits a stellar cast in an outer space setting with jaw-dropping special effects and rib-tickling one-liners.

Chris Pratt takes the lead alongside Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Josh Brolin, John C. Reilly, Glenn Close Benicio Del Toro and Dave Bautista in what looks to be one of the action highlights of summer 2014.

In a nutshell, Pratt's adventurer, Peter Quill, gets stranded in space and unites a team of unlikely ex-con aliens in order to mount a defence against the cosmic threat of Ronan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe.

That rag-tag band of unlikely heroes includes assassin Gamora (Saldana), the bounty hunting, genetically-engineered Rocket Raccoon (Cooper), the tree-like humanoid Groot (Vin Diesel) and warrior Drax the Destroyer (Bautista).

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Chris Pratt Fights To Save The World As Peter Quill In 'Guardians Of The Galaxy.'

"I was only a kid when I left Earth and I had no idea what the universe had in store for me," Pratt as Quill narrates in the all new trailer. Flash forward a few years and Quill is an adult who we see teaming up with the other Guardians in a quest to save the world from evil and certain doom.

More: Guardians of the Galaxy and other summer blockbusters you don't want to miss in 2014.

"Are you telling me that the fate of 12 billion people is in the hands of a thief, two thugs, and a murderer?" asks Glenn Close's incredulous Nova Prime Rael as we see said team assemble and suit up for action.

Watch the brand new 'Guardians of the Galaxy' trailer:

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The trailer reveals that Cooper's wise-cracking Raccoon is going to be a big hit, especially with younger viewers. Although Rocket may provide the movie's comic relief, it's also clear from the new scenes that the diminutive mammal will be involved in some of the movies most dramatic action scenes with fur flying as he flings himself about the screen.

More: Guardians of the Galaxy's Groot appears to be cast favourite after Q&A.

The new pictures look crisp and colourful with some truly astounding special effects and CGI work. Whole characters are digitally conjured as the movie takes the viewer for an unforgettable, high stakes adventures in space.

Guardians of the Galaxy will be released on the 31st July in the UK and the 1st August in the USA.

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Zoe Saldana Plays The Kickass Green Assassin Gamora In The High Spec Comic Book Adaptation.

Rocket Groot Guardians Of The Galaxy
Deadly Fighters Groot & Rocket Raccoon Are Two Of The More Intriguing 'GOTG' Characters.

Prepare to check out the new trailer for the upcoming summer blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy, which is due to open from the end of July. James Gunn's visualisation of Marvel's lesser-known comic book series recruits a stellar cast in an outer space setting with jaw-dropping special effects and rib-tickling one-liners.

Chris Pratt takes the lead alongside Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Josh Brolin, John C. Reilly, Glenn Close Benicio Del Toro and Dave Bautista in what looks to be one of the action highlights of summer 2014.

In a nutshell, Pratt's adventurer, Peter Quill, gets stranded in space and unites a team of unlikely ex-con aliens in order to mount a defence against the cosmic threat of Ronan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe.

That rag-tag band of unlikely heroes includes assassin Gamora (Saldana), the bounty hunting, genetically-engineered Rocket Raccoon (Cooper), the tree-like humanoid Groot (Vin Diesel) and warrior Drax the Destroyer (Bautista).

Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt Fights To Save The World As Peter Quill In 'Guardians Of The Galaxy.'

"I was only a kid when I left Earth and I had no idea what the universe had in store for me," Pratt as Quill narrates in the all new trailer. Flash forward a few years and Quill is an adult who we see teaming up with the other Guardians in a quest to save the world from evil and certain doom.

More: Guardians of the Galaxy and other summer blockbusters you don't want to miss in 2014.

"Are you telling me that the fate of 12 billion people is in the hands of a thief, two thugs, and a murderer?" asks Glenn Close's incredulous Nova Prime Rael as we see said team assemble and suit up for action.

Watch the brand new 'Guardians of the Galaxy' trailer:

4247107-0;noautoplay; Guardians Of The Galaxy - International Trailer - 17.06.2014 15:33:50

The trailer reveals that Cooper's wise-cracking Raccoon is going to be a big hit, especially with younger viewers. Although Rocket may provide the movie's comic relief, it's also clear from the new scenes that the diminutive mammal will be involved in some of the movies most dramatic action scenes with fur flying as he flings himself about the screen.

More: Guardians of the Galaxy's Groot appears to be cast favourite after Q&A.

The new pictures look crisp and colourful with some truly astounding special effects and CGI work. Whole characters are digitally conjured as the movie takes the viewer for an unforgettable, high stakes adventures in space.

Guardians of the Galaxy will be released on the 31st July in the UK and the 1st August in the USA.

Zoe Saldana Guardians Of The Galaxy
Zoe Saldana Plays The Kickass Green Assassin Gamora In The High Spec Comic Book Adaptation.

Rocket Groot Guardians Of The Galaxy
Deadly Fighters Groot & Rocket Raccoon Are Two Of The More Intriguing 'GOTG' Characters.

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