Toho Produces 1st Japanese Godzilla movie in 12 years!

 Posted by Paul on December 8, 2014 at 7:43 pm  Add comments
Dec 082014

Not since 2004’s Godzilla Final wars, has there been a new Japanese Godzilla movie. I guess the 2014 Hollywood Godzilla was popular enough to show them people are still into Godzilla because according to Website Cinema Today, the Japanese franchise is undergoing a revival, in response to the heightened fan support after Gareth Edwards and Legendary Pictures’ Hollywood Godzilla film became a worldwide hit.It will be awesome to see how the Japanese will portray their legendary monster. Will they go back to the classics and use a lot of practical effects or go the super CGI route of Hollywood. We will have to wait until 2016 to find out. TOHO proclaimed, “The time has come to make a film that will not bow down to the Hollywood film,” This godzilla will have nothing to do with the 2014 film and will be one in its own! Production starts summer next year!

<Via CinemaToday>

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