Back at Comic-Con 2012, we saw a surprise teaser trailer for the 'Godzilla' reboot. It looked amazing. But what we didn't get was any clear idea when the film would start filming or hit theaters. It was all theoretically possible that the film would fall apart. But today we get some good news as it's confirmed that the new era of 'Godzilla' will begin filming in March.
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!
Many who were in Hall H at the time claim that the 'Godzilla' panel won Comic Con. They say this even though a script hadn't been finished and cameras hadn't started rolling. They say this based entirely on a brief made-for-the-con teaser that painted a picture of what director Gareth Edwards' take on the infamous kaiju would look like. Today, we learned a little more about Edwards' vision (and what it's like to work on a project this big).
Though he will be turning sixty years old, it looks like Godzilla still has some life left in him, even after Roland Emmerich had his way with the beast. Warner Brothers has just announced that 'Godzilla,' the Gareth Edwards reboot, will be hitting screens May 16, 2014, and it will be hitting in three dimensions.
In between the Pacific Rim and Hobbit footage showcased at the Comic-Con 2012 Warner Bros. panel, Thomas Tull, the exec from Legendary Pictures, whipped a secret out of his ear.
The lights darkened, some vaguely Japanese calligraphy font gave the company titles, some gong-like percussion was heard and...
We'll have full coverage for the Warner Bros. Comic Con panel up soon (UPDATE: Here it is!), but here's a sneak peek: it blew the roof right off of Hall H. Among the already-jam-packed line-up was the surprise premiere of the teaser trailer for Gareth Edwards' new take on 'Godzilla.' You'll be be able to read the juicy details in a bit, but in the meantime, you can check out the first poster for the sure-to-be-epic film.