New Photo From The Godzilla Set Hints At An Iconic Moment

Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool

It seems Gareth Edwards is running around a little, as you do when you are shooting a major movie picture. Just the other day we got a more-than-meets-the-eye video blog marking a year until release.

Today, Legendary Pictures posted this photo on their facebook.


The 1954 Godzilla by Ishirō Honda is one of my favorites, and Edwards is a director I am excited about, so my expectations are high for this one.

Also, you may or may not know that there is a scene in the original that features Godzilla destroying a train line, swinging a train car around in his mouth. Sure, you could say destroyed trains are the norm for cities under attack by massive monsters, but I’ll be damned if this isn’t referencing that scene.

While it will take a little more than call back to satisfy me, I must say that I am excited by this nonetheless.


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