Earlier this week, James Gunn proudly announced that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 had the most digital downloads, higher than every MCU titles released by far. As much as fans jumped in to grab the digital HD copy, it looks like many are also eagerly awaiting the release of the film in Ultra HD Blu-ray on 22nd August.
Going by the hype, Marvel Studios doesn’t need to engage in marketing to get a recording breaking opening for the physical copy as well. However, that hasn’t stopped the studio from releasing a hilarious promo clip to remind fans on social media of its upcoming release.
The official twitter account of Marvel Studios shared a small clip featuring Drax the destroyer (Played by Dave Bautista). The video doesn’t show us any visuals of the comedic superhero. However, he does have a message to the people.
“Everything happens for a reason,” says Drax’s Inner voice. “But sometimes the reason is that you are an Imbecile and you are weak.” Readers can check out the hilarious video below.
Drax’s iconic way of speaking truth with a touch of humor would make any scene worth watching. The character truly brought out fun and laughter in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 tagging along with another funny character, Mantis.
It would be a delight for fans to watch Drax converse with other Marvel superheroes in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. For now, fans can enjoy extra features such as four new deleted scenes, short gag reel, audio commentary from director James Gunn and more in the Ultra HD Blu-ray releasing on 22nd August.
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) August 19, 2017
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