There is much more than meets the eye here. Literally.
Like the Robocop remake and The Amazing Spider-Man, just to pull a couple of recent examples, the cast for Godzilla is shaping up to be very impressive, and loaded with actors of the highest calibre.
In the open. With workers. By some trees. And not on a firing device.
Monsters director Gareth Edwards is finally underway with Godzilla, his long-awaited second picture – and I guess some folk have been anticipating a new, big-budget Godzilla movie for even longer than that.
On her way into the awards ceremony last night, Olsen was stopped on the red carpet by BAFTA’s official “gossip miner.”
When it comes to picking cold blooded mutants, Elizabeth Olsen seems to be on the right track.
The monster stands for something, he always has. But what?
It doesn’t look like Robin is being chased by Godzilla, but could it be Superman?
And there’s behind-the-scenes squabbling being reported too.
Will Godzilla be eating teenagers or old age pensioners?
Despite some strong similarities to the design seen in the Comic-Con trailer, these images have been shown to be fan art.
Gareth Edwards spent some time at Comic-Con today, being lauded by his Legendary films overseer Thomas Tull and signing little facsimiles of the first Godzilla poster for the fans. And after the premiere of the first Godzilla trailer, he certainly …
Gorilla meets Lizard meets Comic-Con.
Spoiler alert, spoiler alert.
David Goyer will write the script for Gareth Edwards’ new Godzilla movie. He’s working from a prior draft by David Callaham. Thanks. Good night. I mean, that’s all we know. That’s all Deadline know. If you really want more, try this. …
Answering my old question about whether the sequel to Monsters will be a new movie or a TV series, Vertigo Films have announced a follow-up movie over at Cannes. Set to enter production this September, and likely to be shot …