Watch: More Destruction in New International Trailer for 'Godzilla'

March 18, 2014


"Whatever they're guarding so carefully, I need to be able to prove that it's real." The second trailer for Gareth Edwards' new take on the classic movie monster Godzilla gave us quite an awesome tease for the summer release. Now an international trailer shows off more of the destruction, complete with some new voiceover bits from a frantic Bryan Cranston. There are some really cool shots that just show brief glimpses of how big this new Godzilla is, and we're just glad Warner Bros. and Legendary are holding back their monster for the time being. It's nice to have a proper teaser trailer every now and then. Watch below!

Here's the international trailer for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla from YouTube:

Watch the other second revealing trailer for the remake of Godzilla right here.

Godzilla, being directed by Gareth Edwards (of Monsters), comes from a screenplay written by Drew Pearce, Max Borenstein and Frank Darabont. The cast is lead by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, with Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen, David Strathairn, Ken Watanabe and Juliette Binoche. An epic rebirth to Toho's iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure pits the most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity's scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence. Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures send Godzilla stomping into theaters May 16th, 2014 next summer. Follow:

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  • TheOct8pus
    Yes on Rodan!!
  • Xerxexx
    O.O x2
  • Brian Sleider
    Rodan @1:19!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • guyeatsoctopus
      Not Rodan. No Toho monsters in this movie. It's more of an Easter egg I would say. It's M.U.T.O I believe.
      • sitonmyface
        Although I would absolutely love a classic monster to return, it is soooooooo tiring that people aren't aware of the new opponent by now. Especially with how many articles and months its been in the know.
  • NoMoreGarbageHollywood
    Ugh, more Hollywood rubbish. This time about some giant beast? Pass, we saw this in Cloverfield there's no reason to watch the exact same film again.
    • sitonmyface
      That's hilarious. Godzilla is the reason Cloverfield even exists in the first place. J.J was inspired by all the Godzilla toys and love in Japan. Seeing a new Godzilla movie is the equivalent of a new Star Wars or James Bond. This isn't anything new? You obviously have never even seen a Godzilla movie. Its different every single time.
    • guyeatsoctopus
      It's a different film, different style shooting, different feel. Tell us how it's the same as Cloverfield.
    • grimjob
      From this comment, it sounds like you've never even heard of Godzilla. I can't fathom how that's possible, and I'm sure I'm wrong, but everything you said points to that conclusion. Otherwise, you wouldn't even try to compare it to Cloverfield.
    • Rock n Rollllll
      Cloverfield was a piece of shi+. This movie is not headed that way.
  • Humans so puny!! :-)
    • SkyNet300
      Ummm you quoting Eric Bana you wonderful bastard?!
      • DAVIDPD
        Damn Straight.
        • SkyNet300
          You rock.
          • DAVIDPD
  • SkyNet300
    Btw that is so Rodan in this trailer! Hell yes! This summer SIZE does matter!
    • Rony Lopes
      Not Rodan. Hokmuto. Confirmed that there will be no Toho monsters other than Godzilla.
      • SkyNet300
        Remember the marketing for Star Trek 2 and Not having Kahn...yeah that's what I thought
  • Tom Ward
    Cannot wait to see this - the trailer is incredible! I read an interesting post earlier about disasters as entertainment that mentions Godzilla (and Cloverfield). What do you think? Is it too soon after Fukushima to open a trailer with a Japanese power plant meltdown and tsunami? You can read it here -




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