Admit it: you went to see Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. Even if you didn’t, that nerdy friend of yours forced you to watch it later, and you ended up cackling at the funny parts. Well, there were a lot of funny parts. It was a funny movie. And now, a mere three years later, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is hitting theaters on May 5th.
But that’s not all. Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout is opening on May 27th. This amusement park ride will have a heart-pounding drop mimicking the infamous Tower of Terror and breathtaking views of California Adventure from the top. Plus, it incorporates an all-new adventure starring the Guardians!Imagine…May 27th is here. You head on down to Anaheim to experience Mission Breakout. You step up to the ride. You go inside. You realize that this is actually a giant…storage facility?
Why, yes. Even intergalactic villains need storage. Especially when “they” are the Collector, a Marvel character from the Guardians movie who has captured our dashing-yet-scruffy heroes! With a hobby of collecting interesting artifacts from all over the universe, you can bet he’d need a gargantuan storage facility. At Disney’s California Adventure, no less.
The premise of the ride is that the Collector has captured the Guardians, because they are “rare and valuable” artifacts in themselves. And you, the rider, must work with Rocket Raccoon, stage a jailbreak, and bust them out!
Collecting the Guardians sounds fun. Who wouldn’t want a wisecracking raccoon at his beck and call? Or being able to visit Star-Lord for a jam session every weekend? Unfortunately, keeping Chris Pratt or Zoe Saldana in your storage unit is very, very, illegal. And you don’t have the requisite “immense, fortified storage facility … which has a front-facing kind of gallery for VIP visitors,” like California Adventure does.
The next best thing? Why not go crazy and collect GotG memorabilia? Movie posters, action figurines, tie-in products, life-size decals for the walls… create your own “collection” in your own self-storage unit at STORBOX! In the land of self-storage, people are free to store whatever they want. As long as it’s not illegal. Or against policy. Find out all the things you can collect by calling your friendly STORBOX facility at (626) 407-3439.