Perhaps this time we will let "our hero" Godzilla get some actual rest before dispatching him to battle the world's other major MUTOs? Is that too much to ask? We've known for months that Legendary is eager to stay in the 'Godzilla' business after the success of this summer's awesome Gareth Edwards' feature film -- after all, they did announce a sequel to the film within days of it hitting the big screen -- but there have been plenty of lingering questions as to when that would happen and who (or what) we could expect to see in the next feature.
We've seen tantalizing glimpses of 'Godzilla' in the previous two teaser trailers, but with the new film set to hit theaters in just over two months, it's time for a full 'Godzilla' trailer and a really good look at the big lizard. That time is now as a new 'Godzilla' trailer has arrived that finally shows us the King of the Monsters in all his massive glory.
Come Tuesday, December 10 at 1 pm EST, we'll get our first trailer for 'Godzilla,' the upcoming reboot from director Gareth Edwards. To hold you over until then, three new photos (including one of the colossal beast itself) from the film have been unveiled, and by the looks of stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, we'll be left speechless.
The 'Godzilla' reboot has been making some waves -- we reported not long ago that Aaron Johnson is in talks for the lead role, and now Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston are in talks to face the giant lizard, too.
The first 'Godzilla' trailer is coming, folks. Are you prepared? We know we are, especially if it's along the lines of the mega-cool preview shown at San Diego Comic-Con this past July. From the looks of the very first image (unofficially) released, it would seem as though it will be indeed. Check it out after the break!
Look closely. That weather pattern looks kind of like Godzilla, no? The folks at Fun 107 think so, and are calling it "Weather Godzilla."
"But does it have a novelty Twitter account?," you may be asking. Why yes. Yes it does. Weather Godzilla already came and went without doing significant damage, but follow @WeatherGodzilla to always remember the chaos it could have wreaked...