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'Guardians of Galaxy': Ophelia Lovibond Confirms Having Role, Dave Bautista Films Underwater Scene

August 1, 2013 (2:51 am) GMT
While the 'No Strings Attached' actress admits her 'first go at sci-fi' will be in the James Gunn film, the 'Riddick' actor tweets a photo of him performing stunt as Drax the Destroyer.

Two updates on "" have been offered by its cast members. First off, Ophelia Lovibond finally reveals that she is indeed one of supporting actors whom James Gunn directs. News of the British beauty's inclusion in the project first emerged in April with her reportedly cast as an "aide" for 's The Collector. However, no official word has been heard ever since.

Now, Lovibond confirms to InStyle UK magazine (via Comic Book Movie) that the Marvel movie will be her "first go at sci-fi." "I'm not really allowed to talk about it as it's such a top-secret project," says the co-star of in "". "But I'm incredibly excited and I'm still kind of pinching myself."

While Lovibond plays coy about what role she exactly has landed, gives a sneak peek at one scene in the film. Bautista, who will next be seen opposite in "", teases an underwater scene that he needs to do for his role as Drax the Destroyer through his Twitter photo.

"Guardians of the Galaxy" is set for an August 2014 release, pitted against erotic film "". , , , and more also support the action-heavy movie.



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