HomeSOURCESCategoriesFeaturesThemes
 Exact order 
SOURCES (6,265)
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ*
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2 (30) 2017 Film
  • Alternate Titles
    • Level Up
      • The name that the movie was shipped to cinemas under.
  • Antique Stores
    • Giffen's Attic
      • Antique store named after artist Keith Griffen, who worked with Bill Mantlo on Rocket Raccoon - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
    • It's About Time Boutique
      • Antique store in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother
  • Artifacts
    • Power Stone
      • No description available
  • Books-Fiction
    • Haxan 2 (novel)
      • The international best selling novel by Jake Martin that the movie Haxan 2 was based on according to the movie poster for Haxan 2.
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Lannings
      • General store after Andrew Lanning, co-creator of the 2008 Guardians of the Galaxy comic book that rebooted the team and provided the template for the movies - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
  • Electronics-Power
    • Anulax Batteries
      • No description available
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • The Simon Williams Film Festival
      • From a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies).
  • Furniture Stores
    • Starlin Furniture
      • Furniture store named after Marvel writer and artist Jim Starlin, co-creator of Drax, Gamora and Thanos - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • The Sovereign
      • No description available
  • Grocery Stores
    • The Mantlo Gourmet Cheese Shop
      • Cheese shop named after Rocket Raccoon creator Bill Mantlo - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Abnett Kitchen Supplies
      • Kitchen supply store named after 2008 Guardians co-creator Dan Abnett - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
  • Mix Tapes
    • Awesome Mix Vol. 2
      • Mix of old 70s and 80s songs that Peter's mother made for him.
  • Movies
    • Arkon
      • Conan the Barbarian inspired fantasy film starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies). "Know him Fear him Desire him Arkon"
    • Dead Before Arrival
      • Action thriller possibly inspired by the Bourne movies starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies).
    • Haxan 2
      • A supernatural thriller inspired by the movie Horns starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies). "You'll witch you never met him"
    • Oh, Rebecca
      • Cheesy romantic comedy starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies).
    • Something's In The Air
      • Romantic comedy mentioned on the poster for "Oh, Rebecca", another cheesy romantic comedy starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion).
    • Tony Stark
      • Biographical picture about the legendary Tony Stark, starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies).
  • Movies-Parody
    • Toxic Janitor
      • B-horror movie inspired by The Toxic Avenger (made by Troma, where James Gunn got his start) referenced on the poster for Toxic Janitor 2. ("One wasn't toxic enough… Bad News Jackpot"
    • Toxic Janitor 2
      • B-horror movie inspired by The Toxic Avenger (made by Troma, where James Gunn got his start) starring Simon Williams/Wonder Man (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) from a Nathan Fillion cameo scene that ended up on the cutting room floor - director James Gunn had originally planned a small flash to earth with a theater playing a "Simon Williams Film Festival," with six Simon Williams movie posters outside (a run of B movies).
  • Planets
    • Berhert
      • Forest planet where the Milano crashes, and Peter Quill meets his father.
    • Contraxia
      • Planet where the Ravgers are shown.
    • Ego
      • The living planet
  • Quotes
    • Ayesha
      • Ayesha: Don’t screw with the Sovereign.
    • Drax
      • Drax: I have famously huge turds.
    • Yondu
      • Yondu: I’m Mary Poppins, y’all!
  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • Engelhard Sporting Goods
      • Sporting goods store named after comic book writer Steve Englehart who worked for Marvel in the 1970s - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
  • Stores-Other
    • Healing Hand New Age Store
      • New Age shop in the comics that was a front for a secret HYDRA base - from a scene in St. Charles, Missouri, the town where Ego romances Peter Quill's mother, that ended up on the cutting room floor (Director James Gunn had originally planned to hide several Easter eggs in the form of stores named after a Marvel Comics artist or writer important to Guardians lore, or after something in the Marvel Universe itself).
  • Vehicles (Specific) - Space
    • The Benatar
      • The Guardians of the Galaxy's new spaceship, after abandoning The Milano on the planet Berhert.

Disclaimer
Information in The Fiction Empire, including fictitious business information and the sources in which they appear, retain their original copyright as owned by their creators and/or respective production or publishing companies. Content in The Fiction Empire is intended for entertainment purposes only. The Fiction Empire is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within the site. While the information contained within The Fiction Empire is periodically updated, no guarantee is given that the information provided is correct, complete or up-to-date. There may be spoilers in Fiction Empire. The Fiction Empire will not fight the germs that may cause bad breath. Some of the content contained in Fiction Empire may not be suitable for young viewers.


The Fiction Empire / FictionEmpire.com Concept & Design by MADASIAM Productions © 1999. All Rights Reserved.