The film known as “Shin Godzilla” in Japan will depict the King of Monsters’ first assault on the island nation.
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Purported production photos from Toho’s first Godzilla film in more than a decade reveal a very scary King of the Monsters.
Toho has released a brief teaser and poster announcing a July opening date for the first Japanese Godzilla film in 12 years.
A true movie monster mash may be on the way, with a Godzilla vs. King Kong film potentially following “Kong: Skull Island.”
Toho, the Japanese entertainment company that owns the rights to “Godzilla,” has called a copyright lawsuit against Voltage Pictures’ “Colossal.”
Toho’s first Godzilla movie in 12 years aims to revive the franchise in Japan and introduce a monster that towers over the one depicted in Gareth Edwards’ U.S. film.
The studio will follow 2004’s disappointing Godzilla: Final Wars with a new installment it hopes will rival the recent American success.
Legendary Pictures teased Rodan, Mothra, and Ghidorah for the Godzilla sequel, and set a November 2016 release date for a King Kong movie.