'Godzilla' Destroys Even More Buildings with His Big Ass on New Poster
by Ethan Anderton
March 19, 2014
We just caught a glimpse of more destruction in a new international trailer for the new version of Godzilla from director Gareth Edwards, and even though Bryan Cranston was once one of the most feared drug dealers in the country, he just can't handle a giant lizard roaming about. Now a new poster shows us why since the King of Monsters is just endlessly destroying cities. It's the sheer size of this new Godzilla that's truly remarkable, and that's shown off yet again with his giant ass taking up a lot of space, and a helicopter just watching it happen. If the second trailer for this flick is any indicator, this is just going to be awesome.
Here's the new poster for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla straight from Warner Bros. Pictures:
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: MUTOresearch.net
DAVIDPD on Mar 19, 2014
PUNCH PUNCH PUNCH!!
OfficialJab on Mar 19, 2014
Dude, I hope this lives up to the hype.
mooreworthy on Mar 19, 2014
that's the best headline ever on this site. Bravo, sir. Bravo.
Astroboy3000 on Mar 19, 2014
What kind of scale is that?! Seriously. WTF?!
Vic on Mar 19, 2014
I see the size of the buildings compared to his tail and then compare the size of a human to the buildings and just think "Wow....how the f**k do you stop that thing?!!!"
JBrotsis on Mar 20, 2014
The title of this article is fantastic and legitimately had me laughing out loud. Thanks.
Chiroptera Exsanguination on Mar 20, 2014
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