We stay through the credits of the Marvel films for the stingers at the end, but somewhere in that endless scroll of names are the men and women who worked in the Marvel bullpen decades ago creating the characters that are breaking box office records today. One of those men is Bill Mantlo who, with artist Keith Giffen, created a talking raccoon as a… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Rocket Raccoon and the Legacy of Bill Mantlo
People are calling Guardians of the Galaxy a “weird” movie, but in many ways it’s the least weird movie of James Gunn’s career. The director and co-writer of the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe installment has always had a strange sense of humor, and the fact that he got his start at Troma Entertainment only nurtured that taste. We’d argue that… Continue reading Watch James Gunn's 2008 Movie About a Superhero and a Talking Raccoon
A lot of fans were disappointed that they didn’t get to hear Rocket Raccoon talk in this week’s big trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy. Well, now they can. It’s a super short clip, but in it you can see and hear Bradley Cooper voicing the fuzzy little guy with the big personality. If you were expecting Cooper to be doing a silly voice or… Continue reading Hear Bradley Cooper's Voice for Rocket Raccoon in 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' Plus Vin Diesel Talks Groot
“Guardians of the Galaxy” has added Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper to its ranks, as the voice of the gun-wielding Rocket Raccoon.
Marvel confirmed the news earlier today via its website:
Academy… Continue reading 'Guardians of the Galaxy': Bradley Cooper Confirmed as Voice of Rocket Raccoon
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and husband Keith Urban have nicknamed their daughter Sunday Rose “the raccoon”. The “Rabbit Hole” actress and her country singer husband are amused by the inquisitive two-year-old Sunday Rose’s habit of stopping to investigate everything she sees. But the couple don’t think she will always be so curious about her surroundings, […] Continue reading Kidman nicknames daughter ‘raccoon’