With 'Godzilla' stomping into theaters next month, Legendary and Warner Bros. are helping us get better acquainted with director Gareth Edwards' vision for the monster via some interesting new featurettes that take you behind the scenes of this exciting new film. Where else are you going to see Bryan Cranston do his best impression of Godzilla's iconic roar?
All of the trailers for 'Godzilla' have put emphasis on tone, showcasing the aftermath of epic monster rampages and giving us tons of close-ups of people whose days have been pretty much ruined. But this new TV spot does something a little different, selling the human story behind all of the chaos and destruction. Oh, and it does so while offering our best look yet at Godzilla himself.
We've been getting various new looks at the 'Godzilla' reboot by way of Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, but this new 'Godzilla' trailer teases much more to come than we thought. While providing us with new footage of the cast and the iconic beastie, our latest sneak peek at director Gareth Edwards' film also reveals a more epic and extended preview will drop tomorrow.
We've got increasingly better looks at 'Godzilla' through toys or magazine covers for the film, but haven't had a really great, clear shot of the monster in all his glory. Today, a new international 'Godzilla' trailer has arrived with brand new footage, but does it give us what we want to see?
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.
One of our most anticipated films of the year is Gareth Edwards' take on 'Godzilla,' which stars 'Breaking Bad''s Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen, and will hopefully avoid the pitfalls of the previous American version. Now there's a behind-the-scenes look, and it offers Cranston a chance to get goofy.