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Discussion in 'Anime' started by Kuze, Jan 20, 2017.
I will check it out. Looks good.
A new trailer for the upcoming film has been streamed. The video previews the film's battles between Godzilla and humanity, as well as the theme song "White Out" by singer XAI. Boom Boom Satellites bassist Masayuki Nakano is producing the song.
I have exactly three words for this:
HOLY SHIT YES!!!!
This movie is looking GOOODDDDD!!!
Finally saw it.
Looks like it will be macross meets gits meets godzilla. The gits reference is to that spider walker robot. Definitely will watch it
TOHO began streaming two new television commercials for the upcoming film.
Whoa! Hold your horses there tiger (I know that sentence makes no sense, going with it anyway) yes it's CGI but it's GOOD CGI. The Studio handling this production is Polygon Pictures who previously produced anime such as Knights of Sidonia, Ajin and the new Blame! movie. All of which looked teriffic with each new entry looking better then the last. They are currently the only studio in the industry that can make CG anime that looks on par and at times better than 2D animated anime. I'd much rather have a top CG studio like Polygon Pictures than a midling traditional studio like Lerche working on something like this. Polygon Pictures has a proven record of high quality productions so yeah...the big guy is in good hands.
I have no counter-arguments to use against you besides screaming "It's CGI!" like a broken record.
Early hype for the 2nd film in the trilogy series has already begun. The official website has revealed a new visual, title, and May 2018 opening for the second film. The second film is titled Godzilla: Kessen Kidō Zōshoku Toshi (Godzilla: The City Mechanized for the Final Battle). The visual teases Mechagodzilla, the ultimate anti-Godzilla weapon secretly developed by humans in previous Godzilla films.
Here's the new PV for the film streamed by TOHO. Don't know why ruddy Netflix hasn't announced any streaming date for it. End of the year is here.
Netflix has effin finally announced on that it will stream the film in 190 countries starting on January 17. The film will be available in Japanese and seven other dubbed languages, and in 23 subtitled languages.