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 first 'Godzilla' trailer will finally hit the web in its fully official glory this Tuesday, after a drawn-out cat-and-mouse game between fans posting bootleg versions of it on the internet and Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures forcing them down almost instantly. Not only that, but the studios have debuted a new mysterious viral website with a few sneak peeks at what's to come.
Gareth Evans' first 'The Raid 2' trailer gives us more than a little perspective on his highly anticipated sequel to his martial-arts film success. As our leading man, Rama (played by Iko Uwais), prepares to infiltrate a crime syndicate, he's already showing us a little of what's to come in terms of kicking ass.
Two summers ago, the first 'Godzilla' trailer stomped into Hall H, giving the buzzing crowd a first look at Gareth Edwards' upcoming reboot. That same footage was re-screened at this year's festivities, along with a brand-new, more in-depth trailer. While we can't show you the latter, the former has hit the web in full-on HD.
Starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson ('Kick-Ass 2'), Bryan Cranston ('Breaking Bad') and Elizabeth Olsen, among others, the reboot was announced during last year's convention and has since kicked off production. So, after all the pre-Comic-Con buzz, what new surprises did Legendary and Warner Bros. Pictures have in store for us?
Last year's Comic-Con convention in San Diego saw the big reveal of Godzilla's return in Legendary Pictures' upcoming reboot, along with the first teaser poster, concepts and the iconic (and trademarked) monster scream. Now it looks like the studio is planning to reveal something big at Comic-Con 2013.
Now that the latest 'Godzilla' remake has its cast all squared away, production has finally begun! Director Gareth Edwards even released a video announcing it, but he didn't reveal any neat behind-the-scenes footage other than a boring airport shot. Thankfully we've got a backup. Canadian news channel CTV got a look at some of the chaos and destruction we'll get to see once the flick hits theaters on May 16, 2014.
As it turns out, Godzilla is a monster of refined tastes, and he's just added a little French to the menu with the casting of Juliette Binoche.