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Legendary Pictures has found their screenwriter for the planned Godzilla sequel. According to Deadline Max Borenstein will write the screenplay for the sequel. Gareth Edwards will return as director. There was talk at Comic Con this year about adding King Ghidorah, Mothra and …
Fans of the recent Godzilla film from Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures can set their calendars as Deadline is reporting that Godzilla 2 is slated for release on June 8th, 2018. Gareth Edwards will return to direct and it was …
Well, I for one am happy to hear it.
By Shawn Perry With a lack of anything serious to complain about in regards to the upcoming Godzilla reboot by Gareth Edwards, Japanese fans are knocking the new version of the beast for being a little on the chunky side …
The man behind the monster sheds insight on his new incarnations, both on screen and comic book page.
Godzilla is going to be good, I’m sure. The only question is how good.
Wow. I like Godzilla more the more of it I see, and the more Bryan Cranston they give us. I’m starting to feel more and more confident that Gareth Edwards have done the near impossible and made a film with …
The whole theme, color palette and tone of the marketing campaign this movie has just been really gorgeous and well executed.
We’ve Seen Over 20 Minutes Of Godzilla And Want To Tell You All About It – Context, Themes And Character
Including an interview with Gareth Edwards, the film’s director.
How many monsters are in this thing? What is its relation to Gojira (1954)? And… Rodan!?
Alright ladies and gentlemen, I think it is just about time to get excited. Here is a picture of the new King of Monsters from Gareth Edwards upcoming Godzilla… in model form.
What is that coming over the hill? It’s Godzilla! It’s Godzilla!
Finally. Up from the depths and considerably more than twenty storeys high. Some of that footage seems to come from the “mood piece” trailer shot for Comic-Con some months ahead of the principal photography. Will it make it all the …
Indecipherable mysteries abound.
That voiceover is audio of Robert Oppenheimer expressing his regret for his part in the development of the nuclear bomb by reading from The Bhagavad Gita.
This image seems to perfectly match the glimpses of Godzilla’s face I saw in the Comic-Con footage, it’s just rather more stationary, in focus, longer lasting and well-lit.
The Middle East provides the setting for the follow-up to Gareth Edwards’ Monsters.
We’ve seen the Godzilla footage and try and explain the tone of the trailer for you.