Godzilla returns! There’s nothing like a good monster movie and Godzilla was one of the first ones to stun audiences. It’s coming back and the fist trailier is available today (see link below). If you’re a Godzilla fan, you’ll be overjoyed and impressed with the realistic detail the producers have managed to perfect. If this monster doesn’t look real to you, nothing will. Check out the trailer below. Godzilla is stalking your neighborhood so you better beware!
THE first trailer for the Godzilla re-boot has debuted online tonight, showcasing a terrifying new vision of the iconic movie monster.
The film, which will be released next year to coincide with the franchise’s 60th anniversary, gives the first glimpse of the new-look Godzilla.
The re-imagined Godzilla, who last hit the big screen in 1998, features jagged spikes across its body and is seen roaring loudly shrouded by smoke at the end of the trailer.
Godzilla is being directed by British filmmaker Gareth Edwards and stars Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston, Kick Ass star Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen.
Mr Edwards is following his low budget 2010 hit Monsters, which cost only £10,000, with the eagerly anticipated £100 million blockbuster.
Speaking about the latest Godzilla, Mr Edwards said: “I want it to be epic. I want to get the hairs on the back of your neck up.”
The new-look Godzilla has been heavily under wraps after a teaser trailer first debuted at the San Diego Comic Con in July 2012.
The clip received a wild crowd response at the event and more footage of the film was also shown at this year’s July Comic Con.
However, today’s Godzilla trailer is the first time Warner Brothers and Legendary Pictures have released footage worldwide on the internet.
Godzilla will be released on May 16 2014 and will be shown in 3D and at IMAX cinemas.
• Click link below to watch the trailer for the eagerly anticipated re-boot of Godzilla
Godzilla is stalking your neighborhood so you better beware! Check out the trailer above and get ready for one of the wildest movies yet.