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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3: James Gunn Wants Fans To Decide Whether Star-Lord and Gamora Should Do a Dance Number

James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 could very well be getting a musical duet depending on the crowd responses. The director recently tweeted about whether the fans want to see Star-Lord and Gamora doing a full-blown dance number on-screen in their third and latest MCU installment. One could easily imagine the actors’ being set up for either a dance-off or a waltz, vastly depending on the tone and narrative arc of the plot.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

Also read: “He’s the saddest character in the universe”: James Gunn Confirms Guardians of the Galaxy Vol3 Will Be Waterworks, Reveals Rocket’s Tragic Back Story Will Be Shown

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Rewrites Star-Lord’s Story

Among Marvel’s set of celebrated directors is included James Gunn, who has successfully delivered two consecutive Guardians of the Galaxy films between 2014 and 2017. His characters, in all their eccentricities, come together to form an inadvertent and unlikely family, and with time, the dysfunctional superhero team only grows more involved and essential to the narrative of the universe.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 picks up after the events of Endgame

Also read: Why James Gunn Ending the Franchise With Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is a Bad Idea

However, after their run-in with Thanos and Gamora’s death following the events of Infinity War, it wasn’t until the finale of Avengers: Endgame that the fated lovers met again, but from different timelines set five years apart from each other. As heart-wrenching as it makes the reunion of Peter Quill and Gamora, it also gives the heroes a second chance at rewriting their tragic story. However, Zoe Saldana has other plans. During a Seattle Comic-Con, the actress indicated that portraying the 2014 Gamora would be interesting since it would give her a chance to play a more villainous arc.

“There’s a part of me that wants her to go back, find her way back to the Guardians. But there’s also a part of me that wants to explore a bad Gamora. I’ve never seen that and she’s considered the most lethal assassin, the most lethal woman in the galaxy. So I would want to see what that wrath looks like, also because it would give me layers to sort of work on.” 

Although this will definitely bring some extra drama to Star-Lord’s story and progress in terms of the narrative, it doesn’t currently seem to fit in with James Gunn’s plans of how he envisions Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3‘s plot to work out.

James Gunn introduces Adam Warlock to GotG Vol. 3

Also read: Will Poulter Excited About Playing Adam Warlock in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

What to Expect From

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3?

As the studio and the franchise gear up for a high-octane Phase 5, the movies that will establish the new roster of the Multiversal saga will witness the Guardians returning before the events leading up to the showdown against Kang the Conqueror reach their dramatic climax. Although the story has only begun and needs an expansive world-building, one of the arcs that the audience is keen to investigate is where the past Gamora is to be placed when it comes to the current timeline. As far as the story goes, she is now a member of the Ravagers.

“There’s a lot of melancholy here, but also pride that we’ve achieved something great. James Gunn has written a beautiful story that’s making us emotional even as we shoot it.”

James Gunn returns for a final showdown with GotG Vol. 3

Also read: “Marvel wants to make the Planet X movie”: Vin Diesel Hints Groot Solo Movie Based on Groot’s Home Planet

It is a celebratory occasion to witness Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 finally coming along, after innumerable delays. The pantheonic story of the director will get a narrative that will be a theatrical experience in ways more than one. Moreover, the standalone Holiday Special releasing this December will take a deep dive into what the Guardians have been getting up to in the past few years and act as a filler for the several gaps in the timeline.

Also read: Will Poulter Speaks About His Transformation For The Upcoming MCU Movie

James Gunn’s Dance Number Proposal Excites MCU Fans

At present though, it looks like James Gunn, after his adorable stint as baby Groot dancing away to the tune of Mr. Blue Sky in the opening sequence of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has grown attached to musical numbers and dance sequences. And this he wants to explore in his new film, with the approval of the fans, of course. The said fans are all for it.

Can’t decide whether I should keep this scene in Vol 3. Let me know what you think below.

— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) October 8, 2022

I think you should leave it in the movie though I’m beginning to think replacing @prattprattpratt with this guy may have been a mistake.

— Sean Gunn (@seangunn) October 9, 2022

Post-coffee Gamora?

— Daniela Melchior (@MelchiorDaniela) October 8, 2022

Gamora dancing would be hilarious and emotional at the same time 🤩

— Rodrigo Gomes (@R0drigoG0mes) October 8, 2022

— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) October 8, 2022

Or fancy heading to Contraixa and compete in your own dance-off first? 😉

— Secret Cinema (@secretcinema) October 8, 2022

I think Drax is standing really still in the background

— Owain (@Owzll) October 8, 2022

The guardians who are now back at their stations and ready to save the universe will find the familiar and returning faces of Drax (Dave Bautista), Groot (Vin Diesel), Rocket (Bradley Cooper), Nebula (Karen Gillan), Mantis (Pom Klementieff), Stakar (Sylvester Stallone), and Kraglin (Sean Gunn) beside Chris Pratt‘s Star-Lord and Zoe Saldana’s Gamora, along with new additions of Will Poulter‘s Adam Warlock, Daniel Melchior, and Maria Bakalova as Cosmo the Space Dog.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will premiere on May 5, 2023.

Source: Twitter

10 Times Star-Lord Was The Best Part Of The MCU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe took a humorous turn in 2014 with the release of director James Gunn's feature Guardians of the Galaxy, another movie to bring second-tier Marvel Comics characters to the fore. The Guardians are a motley bunch of misfits who do whatever it takes to save the day and earn some cash, and they're a thrill to watch.

RELATED: 10 Times Thor Was The Best Part Of The MCU

Arguably, the "main" Guardian is Peter Quill. Going by the name Star-Lord, he's the group's unofficial leader and a fine team player. Many times in the MCU, Star-Lord showed fans that he is the best and most charming character. Star-Lord's best scenes still rank among the MCU's funniest and most heartfelt. It wouldn't be the same without this Walkman-using, pistol-slinging galaxy hero.

10/10 Star-Lord Almost Dropped The Orb On Knowhere

Some of cinema's funniest, weirdest, or most unexpected lines and character actions are actually unscripted, and the actors improvised them for one reason or another. That includes actor Chris Pratt with his role as Star-Lord, and he improvised his scene with the Collector on Knowhere.

When asked, Star-Lord handed over the orb that contained the Power Stone, and on impulse, Chris Pratt almost dropped the prop orb, recovered it, and handed it over. This lovely idea helped establish Star-Lord as an unfailingly goofy and unpredictable fellow who can make absolutely anything funny. It helps keep him grounded.

9/10 Star-Lord Challenged Ronan To A Dance-Off, Bro

During the climax of the final battle for Xandar's fate, the Kree warrior Ronan, an agent of Thanos, faced the Guardians of the Galaxy in person. He demanded the Power Stone, so being his usual creative self, Star-Lord improvised a dance-off challenge and made a show of it.

Ronan stared in disbelief as Star-Lord started dancing, but it wasn't entirely for fun. This amusing act is what allowed the other Guardians to prepare their next move while Ronan was distracted, and only Star-Lord could have pulled off such a move. Sometimes the best plan isn't the smartest one, but the weirdest.

8/10 Star-Lord Fooled Yondu With A Troll Doll

Star-Lord had quite a few great scenes with the Power Stone, and he handled it in crafty, amusing ways that no other character, not even the fun-loving Peter Parker, would ever think of. After Ronan's defeat, the Ravager captain Yondu Udonta demanded the Orb, so Star-Lord handed it over.

RELATED: Star-Lord's 10 Biggest Failures In The MCU

To Yondu's shock and amusement, he opened the orb, only to see that Peter had swapped the Power Stone with a simple Troll doll beforehand. Peter had the actual Power Stone in another container elsewhere, keeping the priceless, and deadly treasure safe.

7/10 Star-Lord Complained About His Name's Obscurity

Star-Lord is almost like a parody of Flash Gordon-style raypunk heroes who tour the stars in style, saving the day and befriending beautiful alien women. Star-Lord tastefully satirizes all that in many ways, including his touchiness about his cool nickname, Star-Lord.

Peter Quill must think his real name is boring, because he insists on having everyone call him Star-Lord. He hopes to make that name famous or even legendary, but he's got a long ways to go. The best example is when Korath the Pursuer merely said "Who?" when Peter proudly declared himself as Star-Lord.

6/10 Star-Lord Forgave Yondu For Everything

Peter Quill's life was forever changed when Yondu's crew captured him on Earth in 1988. For many years, Peter lived as a reluctant rogue who followed Yondu's orders, all while being falsely threatened with being eaten alive. No one can blame Peter for deeply resenting Yondu.

RELATED: 10 Things Peter Quill Learned From Yondu

Despite all that, Yondu gave his life to save Star-Lord after Ego the Living Planet's defeat. In those last moments, Star-Lord evidently forgave Yondu for everything. After all, he grieved for Yondu and helped prepare a proper Ravager burial for the fallen captain. That was big of Peter, given all he's been through.

5/10 Star-Lord Played Catch With Ego

In 2017's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the Guardians met the powerful Celestial named Ego, and at first, they thought he was a friend. In fact, he was Peter Quill's long-lost father, and Peter was eager to do some catching up. At one point, they even played catch together, Celestial style.

Star-Lord learned how to make an energy ball, so he and Ego played catch with it, a classic father-son bonding activity. It looked like a simple scene, but it also showed Peter having some quality family time, a rarity for MCU characters and their fathers. Unfortunately, things later took a dire turn.

4/10 Star-Lord Defeated Ego's Avatar With His Pac-Man Form

During the exciting final battle against Ego's true form, the expanded team of Guardians did everything it could to resist the might of a Celestial. While Rocket and Groot prepared to blow up Ego's delicate brain, Star-Lord used his Celestial heritage to use some unique powers to fight Ego's avatar.

RELATED: Star-Lord's 5 Best Fights In The MCU (& Who Won)

Star-Lord both impressed and amused MCU fans when he took on a new form and fought Ego's avatar with a giant Pac-Man, complete with munching and sound effects. This blow helped keep Ego at bay until the rest of the Guardians could finish the fight for good.

3/10 Star-Lord Tried To Emulate Thor

In an early scene of 2018's hit feature The Avengers: Infinity War, the beaten and broken Asgardian prince Thor was rescued by the Guardians of the Galaxy, the first time these two parties had ever met. Star-Lord, meanwhile, felt threatened by Thor's ultra-manly persona, and did something about it.

Star-Lord was being petty and juvenile, but it's all in good fun. Star-Lord even mimicked Thor's deeper voice and exotic accent, something Rocket and Drax soon commented on. It was such a Star-Lord move, and really, no one can blame him for wanting to sound tough and cool like Thor. It's a funny and refreshing way for someone to react to Thor's unique personality and speech style.

2/10 Star-Lord Tried To Honor Gamora's Last Wish

Normally, no one would applaud a movie hero for trying to shoot his girlfriend, but these were extreme circumstances. Star-Lord's girlfriend Gamora made Peter promise to end her life if Thanos tried to use her for anything. Peter was shocked, but he realized he had to accept those terms.

In a grim and terrible way, Star-Lord showed remarkable loyalty and commitment to Gamora by trying to honor her deadly last wish during their battle against Thanos on Knowhere. It was ultimately futile, but interestingly, Thanos remarked "I like this one" in regards to Peter before he teleported himself and Gamora away.

1/10 Star-Lord Playfully Attacked Thanos During The Titan Battle

Star-Lord didn't land any serious blows on his enemy Thanos during the battle on Saturn's moon Titan. But even so, Star-Lord became the MCU's gutsiest, funniest underdog fighter when he took part in the fight against Thanos and actually treated it like a game. Not just anyone can toy with Thanos and survive.

Being his usual self, Star-Lord planted an explosive on Thanos, only to leap back to safety in a Doctor Strange portal just in time. Right before he vanished, Star-Lord actually flipped off Thanos and mocked him with "Boom!" right before the explosive went off. In hindsight, it's amazing Star-Lord could fight the MCU's greatest villain on his own terms, make viewers laugh, and get away with it.

NEXT: Gamora's 5 Best Fights (& Who Won)

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After watching the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, you can't help but hum some tune stuck in your head. The entire soundtrack migrated to the playlists of the audience, and all the old cassette players disappeared from online stores after the release of the picture. They flew at a fantastically high price. director James Gunn did a good job of picking the best rock and pop hits of the 70s. The director's favorite song is "I Want You Back" by The Jackson 5, in which he started at Michael Jackson .

The film, released in 2014, stars Chris Pratt , Zoe Saldana , Dave Bautista . According to the story, in 1988, after the death of his mother, Peter Quill is abducted by aliens. They raise a thief out of him, and now, 26 years later, under the pseudonym Star-Lord, he flies to the abandoned planet Morag to steal a mysterious artifact - the Sphere. He's not the only one after her. This is the beginning of a dashing plot that unfolds to excellent music.

11. "I'm Not in Love"

Artist : 10ss

Song played at the very beginning of the film. Little Peter listens to her while sitting with a player in the hospital where his mother is dying.

The composition, written in 1975, became the main hit of the British band 10cc. Since its first appearance on the air, it has been played on the radio more than three million times.

The song was also featured on the soundtrack of Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.

10. "Come And Get Your Love"

Artist: Redbone

Redbone's song was very popular in the 1970s, it almost reached the top of the Billboard chart. By the way, one of the initiators of the creation of Redbone was Jimi Hendrix himself.

To "Come And Get Your Love" Star-Lord dances in a cave on the planet Morag and sings to an unknown animal using it as a microphone.

The song is also heard in the movie "Postman".

9. "Go All The Way"

Artist: Raspberries

Copyright by Raspberries leader Eric Carmen. The composition was released in 1972 and became one of the most notable conquerors of the top lines of the charts. "Go All The Way" was banned from the BBC due to its strong sexual overtones, which only added to its popularity.

In the movie, it is heard before the scene where Peter and Yondu are talking.

The track was also used in the movie Almost Famous.

8. "Hooked on a Feeling"

Artist: Blue Swede

The most famous "ugachaga" - a song about unrequited love, was written in 1968 by Mark James. The first performer was B. J. Thomas. In 1969, it climbed to number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The movie features a version of the Swedish band Blue Swede. 1973 According to the original idea, it was to this song that Star-Lord was supposed to dance at the beginning of the film, but plans changed.

Under this composition, Peter Quill, who is in a space prison, sees a guard unceremoniously handling his main value - the player.

The song was also featured in Quentin Tarantino's debut film Reservoir Dogs. Escape The Pina Colada Song This British-American singer, songwriter, musician, playwright and writer created music, produced music, played several musical instruments, was involved in the creation of the series "Remember WENN" and the musical "Drood". But most often he is remembered precisely as the author of the song "Escape The Pina Colada Song".

Our star guy to the sounds of "Escape" after escaping from prison returns for his player and takes it from the guard. Remember that "bug-eyed ghoul"?

The song also sounded in Shrek.

6. "Moonage Daydream"

Artist: David Bowie

The single "Moonage Daydream" was recorded in February 1971. It has been called one of Bowie's greatest songs. David has been engaged in musical creativity for fifty years, often changing his image, for which he received the nickname "rock music chameleon". But his style has always been recognizable. In 2002, in the BBC's "100 Greatest Britons" poll, Bowie was ranked 29th. -th place. David Bowie passed away on January 10, 2016 at the age of 70 after years of battling liver cancer.

The song plays when the heroes arrive at the mine of oblivion.

The composition was also used in the film Little White Lies.

5. "Fooled Around and Fell in Love"

Artist: Alvin Bishop

Single by guitarist Elvin Bishop, released in 1975. However, Bishop brought in vocalist Mickey Thomas for his performance of the song, as his own vocals were not suitable for singing "Fooled Around and Fell in Love".

In the film, Gamora listens to this song with headphones Peter gives her. Star-Lord tries to dance with her, but nothing comes of it.

The song was also featured in the movie "Boogie Nights".

4. "Cherry Bomb"

Artist: The Runaways

A track from The Runaways' debut album. There is a play on words here, the vocalist was called Cherry Curry. A song about a bombshell girl who terrifies her parents with her behavior. After releasing four studio albums, The Runaways disbanded. It happened at 1979 year.

The song plays as Peter Quill's plan to attack the Black Aster is explained to the Ravagers.

The track was also used in the film Dazed and Confused.

3. "O-o-h Child"

Artist: The Five Stairsteps

This is a 1970 single by a Chicago family soul group. The composition was very popular with fans of pop and rhythm blues. The song became the most famous for this group, consisting of 4 brothers and sisters.

Star-Lord does a "red herring" to this song, inviting the Accuser to a dance battle while Rocket and Drags prepare to strike.

The song is also featured in the mega-popular series How I Met Your Mother.

2. "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"

Artist: Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrell

Great song by Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson of Ashford & Simpson. The composition was written at 1966 year. The original version was recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrell. With this song, their creative union began.

At the end of the film, Peter Quill unpacks his mother's gift, which turns out to be a cassette with his second hits collection.

This song is also heard in the film "Stepmother".


"I Want You Back"

Artist: Jackson 5

The group existed from 1963 to 1989 and performed music of different styles: rhythm and blues, soul, popular music and later disco . The Jackson 5 became the first group in history to have their first four singles ("I Want You Back", "ABC", "The Love You Save", and "I'll Be There") top the US charts. At one time, a member of the family team was Michael Jackson.

In the film, to the composition of the Jacksons, little Groot is dancing behind Drags the Destroyer.

The composition is also used in another film "Now and Then".

A detailed guide to the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack

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Yuliya Boytsova

August 6, 2014

Song history, the most famous covers and much more in our Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack guide. And again we warn that - SPOILERS!

Without a doubt, some of the songs that James Gunn chose for the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack have re-won the audience's love even as far back as the trailer. “Uga-Chaka, Uga-Chaka” was not sung except by a lazy movie fan. When a list of all the other tracks appeared on the network, it became clear that the 70s would set the tone for the film. Awesome mix Vol.1 is a cassette that was given to little Peter Quill by his mother.

The director tells how carefully he approached the choice of songs for the film: “I went through the Billboard charts, selected the biggest hits of the 70s. Initially, it was about 200 songs, as a result, 120 tracks remained in my playlist. I listened to them all the time at home. Some compositions inspired me to create certain scenes. Others simply fit well on existing ones. We show various planets in Guardians, a strange landscape. And it seemed to me that familiar melodies would make this task easier, because often this is a very funny juxtaposition.

What is left in the end?

Blue Swede — Hooked on a Feeling

Quick Reference: The song was written in 1968 by composer Mark James for his friend BJ Thomas. A year later, she soared to the fifth line of the Hot 100 hit parade of Billboard magazine. The now famous "ugachaka" appeared in 1971 thanks to the Briton Jonathan King. The film features a version by the Swedish band Blue Swede. 1973 According to the original idea, Star-Lord was supposed to dance to this song at the beginning of the film, but then James Gunn remembered Come and Get Your Love and plans changed.

Moment in movie: At the Kyln Space Prison, Peter sees a guard rudely handling his cassette player. At this moment, Blue Swede is playing. Fans unconditionally consider this song to be the main one. Perhaps because under it there is a union of heroes.

Where else did it sound: "Reservoir Dogs".

Most famous covers: The Offspring. Or David Hasselhoff, for example:

Raspberries — Go All The Way

Quick Reference: The song was written by Raspberries frontman Eric Carmen in 1972, at the same time it quickly began to storm the charts. Made a lot of noise. For example, due to its pronounced sexual connotation, it was banned from the BBC.

Movie Moment: Peter, who has stolen the orb, tries to avoid a phone call with Yondu. At this moment, Go All The Way sounds in the cassette.

Where else did it sound: Almost Famous, Dark Shadows.

Most famous covers: The Killers.

Norman Greenbaum — Spirit In The Sky

Summary : A very popular song in the 1970s, the lyrics of which contain many references to the afterlife and Jesus. Norman Greenbaum really wanted to write a religious rock song, and he succeeded.

Moment in the movie : The song is a trick. Appears only in the second trailer, but does not sound in the film itself.

Where else did sound: “Doomsday 2013: Apocalypse in Hollywood”, “Apollo 13”.

The most famous covers : nothing remarkable.

David Bowie — Moonage Daydream

Quick synopsis: This 1971 song is the very last to appear in the film. James Gunn was not sure for a long time whether to include Moonage Daydream in one of the scenes. By the way, the “competitors” of this track were “Wichita Lineman” by Glen Campbell and “Mama Told Me Not to Come” by Three Dog Night.

Moment in the movie: The Guardians of the Galaxy arrive at the Collector's home to this song.

Where else did you hear: "School of Rock", "Little White Lies", "Gigolo".

The most famous covers: No matter how rude it sounds, but "wow and more." The same The Killers and White Stripes, for example.

Elvin Bishop — Fooled Around and Fell in Love

Quick Reference'75 on Struttin' My Stuff. It is also known that Bishop invited another vocalist, Mickey Thomas, to perform this song, since his own vocals were not suitable for performance.

Moment in the movie : Peter wants Gamora to open up to him and invites her to dance while telling the legend of Kevin Bacon and showing his. .. pelvic source!

Where else did you hear : Boogie Nights.

The most famous covers of : The Winery Dogs, Rod Stewart.

10CC — I'm Not in Love

Brief information : Perhaps the main hit of the British group 10cc, thanks to which the group avoided its breakup in 1975. Mercury Records was ready to do anything for this (quote) masterpiece.

Moment in the movie : This is the opening song of the movie. Little Peter is in the hospital where his mother is. And listens to 10cc in his player.

Where else did sound: "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason. "

Most famous covers : Many. One of the most famous is Tori Amos. One of the best is Queen Latifah.

Jackson 5 - I Want You Back

Quick reference a: The song I Want You Back, written in 1969, became a number one hit for the Jackson 5. Ross. According to the original idea, it was a dramatic story of a woman who wants to get her lover back. The more unusual this song sounds as a result, performed by 10-year-old Michael Jackson.

Moment in movie : Little Groot dances to her behind Drax the Destroyer. Well, tell me that this scene did not touch you! We won't believe!

Where else did you hear : "Now and then"

The most famous covers of : Janelle Monae. Redbone - Come And Get Your Love There are several versions of this song, including one with a slow intro.

Moment in the movie : Star-Lord arrives on the planet Morag. And dance-dance-dance. She also sings like an animal and crosses the gorge with crocodiles. Solid positive!

Where else did you hear : Postman

The most famous covers of : Real McCoy.

The Runaways — Cherry Bomb

Quick Reference : This song was written for The Runaways' debut album. Its name is a play on the name of vocalist Cherry Curry, who at that time was only 16 years old. And the song itself is about an underage girl who, with her cheeky behavior, terrifies parents and other adults. This is a protest song.

Moment in the movie : Explaining to the Ravagers the details of Peter Quill's ingenious plan to attack the Black Aster. More precisely, 12 percent of it.

Where else did sound: The Runaways, Dazed and Confused, True Blood and Warehouse 13.

The most famous covers of : Miley Cyrus, Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart.

Rupert Holmes - Escape The Pina Colada Song

Background : Rupert Holmes wrote several Broadway plays, but it was Escape The Pina Colada Song that made him famous. He even sometimes said: "I have a feeling that if I save the children from the burning orphanage, the first thing I'll be asked is you the guy who wrote the Escape The Pina Colada Song?"

The song was originally supposed to be called If you like Humphrey Bogart, but Holmes often used movie quotes in his songs, so this time he decided to try something completely different. This is how Pina Colada was born.

Moment in the movie : After escaping, Star-Lord returns for his player and sees the guard listening to this song.

Where else did sound: "Cute", "Wanted", "Mars Attacks", "Shrek", "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty".

The most famous covers of : Jack Johnson, Captain Jack. The Five Stairsteps - O-O-H Child Now it is often called a soft soul classic. At one time, the song was very popular with pop and rhythm blues fans. And we really like it too, because... things are gonna get easier.

Moment in the movie : A red herring that actually stopped Ronan from destroying Xandar. To this song, Star-Lord challenged the Accuser to a dance battle.

Where else did sound: "Guys from the street", "Strong Woman", and also in a bunch of TV shows, including "How I Met Your Mother".

The most famous covers of : An infinite number, but the most famous cover, perhaps, is Nina Simone. The version is also curious - Cyndi Lauper and Destiny's Child.

Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Quick Reference : This beautiful song was written by Nick Ashford of the duo Ashford & Simpson when he first came to New York, Ashford & Simpson The original version was recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrell. Curiously, the performers were written separately at the studio. In 1967, Tammy Terrell was diagnosed with a brain tumor. In 1970, she passed away, which led to a prolonged depression in Marvin Gaye. Whether there is a parallel between Tammy Terrell and Meredith Quill is anyone's guess.

Moment in the movie : At the end of the movie, Peter still unpacks his mother's gift.

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