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Guardians of the Galaxy and Thanos Infinity Gauntlet (Rumor)

Guardians of the Galaxy is the first Marvel comic book move to be mostly away from Earth with a limited number of actual human beings. It’s a huge undertaking, because it needs to be a crazy combination of special effects, killer actors, and a decent plot to continue driving the Marvel Cinematic Universe towards Avengers: Age of Ultron. Everything we’ve seen so far about this movie sets the scene for a fantastic action comedy, but this new trailer certainly puts an emphasis on action.

Guardians of the Galaxy offers another team-up film of characters for Marvel to merchandise and tells the story of a group of aliens (Adam Warlock, Drax The Destroyer, Gamora, Groot, Quasar, Rocket Raccoon and ally Nova) who come together to protect the galaxy from Thanos, the villain teased in the button at the end of The Avengers.

Thanos gather all six gemsattempts to assemble the Infinity Gauntlet  .

Infinity Gems, sometimes referred to as Soul Gems or Infinity Stones, are six immensely powerful gems featured in the fictional Marvel Universe. Whoever holds all six gems in the Infinity Gauntlet gains omnipotence, omniscience, and God-like power. In later storylines and crossover media a seventh Infinity Gem is sometimes added to the primary six.

Each gem is a small, smooth oval, and known by their respective powers. The gems are indestructible but not immutable

Infinity Gems
Name Color Powers and capabilities Known owners
Soul Green Allows the user to steal, control, manipulate and alter souls, living or dead, and is the gateway to an idyllic pocket universe. The Soul Gem is sentient and has a hunger for souls. Adam Warlock; Gardener; In-Betweener; Thanos; Nebula; Count Abyss; Magus; Rune; Odeni; Gemini; Loki; Syphonn; Galactus; Doctor Strange
Time Orange Allows the user total control over the past, present and future. Allows time travel, can age and de-age beings and also be used as a weapon by trapping enemies or entire universes in unending loops of time. Also at full potential grants Omniscience. Gardener; Thanos; Nebula; Adam Warlock; Odeni; Gamora; Maxam; Magus; Rune; Hardcase; Loki; Galactus; Namor; Thor; Mister Fantastic
Space Purple Allows the user to exist in any or all locations, move any object anywhere throughout reality and warp or rearrange space. At full potential it grants Omnipresence. Runner; Thanos; Nebula; Adam Warlock; Pip the Troll; Magus; Rune; Loki; Galactus; Iron Man; Hood; Odeni; Namor; Black Panther
Mind Blue Allows the user to greatly strengthen and enhance mental and psionic power and access the thoughts and dreams of other beings. Backed by the Power Gem, the Mind Gem can access all minds in existence simultaneously. When searching for it, the Illuminati apparently discovered that the Mind Gem was the manifestion of the universal subconscious. Grandmaster; Thanos; Nebula; Adam Warlock; Moondragon; Magus; Rune; Primevil; Loki; Galactus; Professor X; Odeni; Hood; Ms. Marvel; Beast
Reality Yellow Allows the user to fulfill wishes, even if the wish is in direct contradiction with scientific laws. Occasionally stated to be the most 'dangerous' of the Gems if wielded without the other Gems to keep its reality-altering powers from accidentally surging out of control. During the storyline where The Hood had control of the object, it at one point rapidly cycled through multiple alternative universes (apparently showing its ability to not only control reality, but travel to and through different realities as well). Stranger; Collector; Thanos; Nebula; Adam Warlock; Rune; Night Man; Loki; Galactus; Black Bolt; Hood; Odeni; Iron Man
Power Red Accesses all power and energy that ever has or will exist, and can boost the other gems' effects. Allows the user to duplicate almost any physical superhuman ability and grants Omnipotence. Champion of the Universe; Thanos; Nebula; Adam Warlock; Drax the Destroyer; Thor; Magus; Rune; Lord Pumpkin; Loki; Galactus; She-Hulk; Titania; Mister Fantastic; Odeni; Hood; Red Hulk; Xiambor; Namor

(Confirm that Loki’s staff from Avengers was the Mind Gem), and Gamora is Thanos’ daughter.)

You Should Know:

  • The Infinity Gauntlet is glimpsed briefly during the 2011 Thor film. It is seen in Odin's treasure room.
  • In Thor: The Dark World, a post-credit scene featuring the Collector shows Volstagg and Sif bringing the Aether to him. The Collector utters the words, "1 down, 5 to go", hinting at the collection of the 'Infinity Stones'. In an interview with CraveOnline, Fiege has stated that the Tesseract is an Infinity Stone and that a third Stone will be featured in Guardians of the Galaxy, later revealed in June 2014 to be the Power Stone.

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