Saturday, February 24, 2024

Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 3, the Mantis bag and the emotion

Guardians of the Galaxy vol.  3, the Mantis bag and the emotion

Pom Klementieff, interpreter of Mantis, and Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige recounted an episode that happened after the filming of Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 3: Tears have been shed, at damage caused by Chris Pratt…but really for other loving reasons.

Chances are, if you’re a fan, you shed a few tears while watching Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3but you’re in good company: the very cast of the latest film by James Gunn for the Marvel Cinematic Universe he let himself go at emotionsin particular Pom Klementieffinterpreter of Mantis. During the press conference he didn’t want to tell how it happened, so it was Kevin Feigeboss of the Marvel Studiosto describe the melancholy but also funny situation.
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Pom Klementieff’s bag, Chris Pratt’s damage and tears

Kevin Feige recalls that, during one of the promotional tours for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3by plane, Chris Pratt he took a cup of coffee and committed a fatality carelessness. The outcome of this little incident ignited a spark in Pom Klementieffsitting next to him… Here is the story, word for word.

KEVIN: Chris ha a coffee. There’s a cup holdersbut he doesn’t put it there. He puts it on the armrest. Pom has this beautiful bag, very cool.
POM: A very cool bag that is also very expensive and unique.
KEVIN: Una very expensive bag, like they’ve been complimenting her all week. The plane takes off, you know how planes do. Maybe Chris had never been there before, but he doesn’t realize that the planes pitch in different directions. The coffee slips and falls all over Pom’s beautiful, expensive purse, enjoyed by all of us for a whole week. Pom is a little peeved at Chris, rightly so. We clean everything. After another ten minutes of flight, suddenly, Pom bursts into tearssays: “I’m too much sad!” I look at Chris as if to say: “You really did it!” We thought he was sad about the soggy bag. But instead she says: “I feel that something is running out“.
POM: Yeah. (…) Sometimes it’s like mourning, it hits you at an unexpected moment. You can’t control it, it’s good for that too. You don’t expect it, it just comes like this. AND I couldn’t contain myself. I wanted to hide crying in the bathroom, but it was occupied by Karen (Gillan, ed). That’s how she went!