After months of tantalizing teasers and hints, Legendary Pictures has finally released the main preview for their upcoming US Godzilla reboot. Admire the mass destruction and kaiju-riffic carnage after the jump!
Godzilla fans, having been burned once already by an atrocious 1998 Hollywood remake, are understandably skittish about the way that the King of the Monsters might wind up appearing in the new upcoming Hollywood film. But now, full body pics of an action figure of the Big G that might put fears to rest have appeared. Take a look after the jump!
Legendary Pictures has just unleashed a new trailer for next year’s highly anticipated Godzilla film with more footage than ever before. See if the Big G is still a man in a suit after the jump!
Following this month's release of a 1/4th scale, 46cm Goku, X PLUS continues their Dragon Ball Z Gigantic Series with a 43cm figure of Super Saiyan Vegeta, now scheduled for a March 2014 release. Get a look after the jump.
In a welcome nod to the franchise's heritage, Akira Takarada, who played heroic salvage ship captain Hideto Ogata in 1954's original Gojira, was on the set of upcoming Hollywood Godzilla remake's Vancouver shoot for what seems likely to be at least a cameo appearance. More after the jump.
Warner Brothers has been tweeting and otherwise distributing photos of various pseudo-evidence left in the wake of kaiju - the Japanese style giant monsters that plague humanity in Guillermo del Toro's (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth) Pacific Rim.The Hollywood mecha flick is set to hit theaters on July 12th. Get a look after the jump.
Warner Brothers has confirmed that the Hollywood remake of Godzilla has begun shooting in Vancouver this week. In addition to the previously spotted Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Bryan Cranston, Juliette Binoche (The English Patient) is confirmed to be on the project, and newly revealed, Ken Watanabe is attached. More after the jump.
While robins may herald the start of spring, stars hint that movie production might be soon underway. Celebrity watchers have recently spied actors Aaron Taylor Johnson and Bryan Cranston arriving in Vancouver. The buzz is that they're getting in a bit early for the filming of the new Hollywood remake of Godzilla, rumored to begin production on March 14th. More after the jump.
In response to lingering questions about the state of Media Blasters in general and licenses like Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei in specific, founder John Sirabella has posted a rundown of what's happened at the beleaguered company, and what the plans are going forward. Get a look after the jump.
Entertainment industry trade journal Variety is reporting that, while nothing will be finalized until Walking Dead's Frank Darabont finishes his draft of the script, Juliette Binoche (The English Patient) is being eyed for a role in Legendary’s Hollywood Godzilla reboot. More after the jump.
Marv Newland's classic animated short “Bambi Meets Godzilla” has been online for a while, but in low quality transfers, so fans Coda Shetterly made the effort to produce a frame-for-frame 1080p re-creation of infamous original. Get a look after the jump.
Last week, movie industry trade magazine Variety reported that Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston were in talks to star in Gareth Edwards (Monsters) directed Legendary Pictures remake of Godzilla. Olsen then appeared at the BAFTAS and commented on plans for the project. Get a look after the jump.
The latest info on Legendary Pictures' big Hollywood Godzilla film looks to have finally nailed a March start date for production, but that's only the tip of the beast's scales. According to a report on Deadline, Frank Darabont has been hired to provide a final rewrite on Max Borenstein's script. Hit the jump for more.