Legendary Pictures continues their Monsterverse with the second outing of their version of the Big G’s – with him going face to face (or face to face and face and face) with the other Big G – Ghidorah.
A quick round up of newer trailers online, including the ill-advised and frankly frightening Sonic the Hedgehog.
Three years ago, Legendary Pictures revived the Godzilla franchise with their take on The Big G. The film did well enough that it lead Legendary to start up their own Kaiju Cinematic Universe, with Godzilla’s next outing being a big monster battle royale, with Kong joining the Godzilla series staples – but first, we have to unveil this series’ version of Kong.
Note to those who are waiting on reading this review before seeing the film: Stick around through the credits. Continue reading →
It’s a new era for the Big G in Japan. There’s a new Emperor, and with that usually comes a changing of the continuity and a changing the tone of the series. This week the latest Godzilla film, Shin Godzilla, has gotten a limited release in the US. I saw today, and it’s time to give my thoughts. Continue reading →
If you’re trying to completely submerge yourself from any details of any kind before seeing the movie – here’s the super-short version: Godzilla is back, and better than ever. Continue reading →
I’ll be starting my “dispatches from Comic-Con” posts pretty soon, but first, I wanted to post a story that I missed at the con, while wandering the massive Exhibit Hall.
At their booth on the show floor, Legendary Pictures unveiled the character design for Godzilla in their upcoming movie. You can see the pictures at comingsoon.net. I’m pleased to say that rather then being the smaller, leaner, “meaner” Godzilla-In-Name-Only from the Roland Emmerich film, this has a much more traditional Godzilla Design. At this time we have no information about whether Godzilla will be, as with tradition, a man in a suit, if he’ll be a CGI performer generated using Motion Capture, or if he’ll just be fully CGI. Continue reading →