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Discussion in 'Film & Television' started by Kuze, Jun 20, 2017.
Filming is primarily taking place in Atlanta, Georgia.
Source: Warner Bros
I already know that this movie is going to suck. Everytime they let us Americans touch a Godzilla movie we fuck it up.
Just let Hideaki Anno direct it so he can do Godzilla justice. Such a waste of a good opportunity. Im still going to watch it but I know Im going to be disappointed. Especially if they pull that same shit they did with the 2014 movie.
Dont worry u can watch pacific rim 2 for a -real- american kaijuu movie.
Godzilla: King of Monsters, the sequel film to Legendary Pictures' 2014 Godzilla movie, is slated to open on May 30, 2019, delayed from its original March 22, 2019 opening date.
Michael Dougherty (Krampus) is directing the sequel.
I enjoyed the latest Godzilla and King Kong and look forward to this and Godzilla vs king Kong which comes out after. I really don't get the hate about this movie it really wasn't that bad at all
DDL as Godzilla or gtfo.
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand trailer's out.
Where the f*** in Kong and why is there so much focus on humans? You'd think they'd have learned from Godzilla (2014).
So basically Pokemon:Godzilla Edition.
Too much humans can work if plot is good. See Shin Godzilla movie. Themes of idealism and Japans place in the world set against backdrop of Zilla wrecking stuff. Yeah it was confusing and the engrish cringy but its Godzilla so it works.
I liked the music and I'll watch Charles Dance in anything. Depends if I'm i mood to pay 10 quid for medium popcorn and drink. And a pocket of Minstrels obviously.
Yeah, but I don't trust Legendary enough at this point to think that they could make it work. Both Godzilla (2014) and Kong: Skull Island tried to make a complex plot set against the backdrop of the bigger monsters and they were both kinda 'meh.' I get that the original Godzilla was supposed to be a metaphor for the bomb, but eh, I'm very much doubtful...
I don't know. Maybe it will work this time out of the many Hollywood attempts to insert a more meaningful message in a monster movie, but it's rarely worked spectacularly before. Even Gareth Edwards' "Monsters" (the movie that got him the role of director for Godzilla in the first place) wasn't all that amazing, especially with its slog of a pacing. Cloverfield relied on shock factor. And of course, Pacific Rim was just a self-aware dumb monster movie.
I'm actually looking forward to it, the monster designs look faithful to the originals at least a first glance. I also liked Godzilla 2014 although I don't know if my standards were lower because of that abomination that came out in 1998.....
TOHO is streaming a trailer highlighting the "Titans" Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, and King Ghidorah. The sequel is scheduled for a May 31, 2019 release.
New trailer previewing the film's kaiju: Godzilla, King Ghidorah, Mothra, and Rodan.
Still waiting for Ultraman vs. Godzilla.