Godzilla 2 (2018)
Godzilla 2 SynopsisWhen a new threat surfaces, the King of the Monsters is forced to return yet again to restore balance.
Godzilla 2 Release Date
In Theaters June 8, 2018
Godzilla 2 Credits
Starring: Cast not yet announced.
Directed by: Gareth Edwards
Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures
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Why Godzilla 2 Can Be Bigger Than The First Godzilla
How does one top something like Godzilla? The epic reboot about the famed Toho movie monster blew us out of the water with the titular beast battling against two other gargantuan threats. According to writer Max Borenstein, this can be topped with Godzilla 2.
by Nick Romano August 11, 2015 comments
Godzilla Ending: What Happened After The Battle, And What's Next
With the possibility of a franchise in play, killing Godzilla at the end of Godzilla makes no sense. Which is why the beast gets up off the proverbial mat in the closing minutes of this movie, and swims back to his lair to heal. He’ll live to fight another day. Because of Star Wars: Rogue One, however, that “day” probably won’t come as quickly as fans had hoped.
by Sean O'Connell April 24, 2015 comments
Will Aaron Taylor-Johnson Be Back For Godzilla 2? Here's What He Says
When I sat down with Godzilla star Aaron Taylor-Johnson over the weekend on behalf of The Avengers: Age of Ultron (one example of the massive properties that has tied up Team Godzilla), I snuck in a question about the status of Godzilla 2, which right now carries a June 8, 2018 release date.
by Sean O'Connell April 13, 2015 comments
Godzilla Is Getting Another Reboot, Here's The Latest
In the current age of sequels, remakes and reboots, it shouldn't be surprising to learn the Toho Studio announced the Godzilla franchise will get yet another installment. This is not related to the Gareth Edwards remake that just hit theaters back in 2014, but is rather set to run concurrently alongside the British filmmaker's franchise.
by William Fanelli April 1, 2015 comments
Godzilla Has Way More Huge Problems Than You Remember
Treating Godzilla like a punching bag has become a national pastime in movie geekdom since Gareth Edwards released the film, with a few of the usual suspects rehashing the same complaints. Which is fine.
by Sean O'Connell October 6, 2014 comments
Godzilla 2 Is Bringing Back One Of Its Key Players
Legendary Pictures has sealed a deal, signing Max Borenstein to write the Godzilla sequel. Borenstein made his name by penning the 2014 Godzilla, which took the iconic movie monster on a world-trekking (or world-wrecking) adventure to battle two massive, merciless MUTOs.
by Kristy Puchko September 19, 2014 comments
Here's The Only Godzilla Infograph You Ever Need
Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla successfully rebooted the long-dormant monster franchise, wiping away the tainted memory of the Roland Emmerich effort and returning the King of the Monsters to his rightful place atop the creature food chain.
by Sean O'Connell September 17, 2014 comments
Relive Godzilla's Epic Final Battle With Full Sequence Now Online
After teasing the conflict of Godzilla and the MUTOs for most of the movie's runtime, the finale hit hard and spectacularly in the heart of San Francisco. Now you can revel in the blow-by-blow action, as Warner Bros has released the full sequence online ahead of its DVD release.
by Kristy Puchko August 21, 2014 comments
Godzilla 2 Now Has A Release Date
Godzilla 2 is expected to be a monster mash, with the scaly legend doing battle with (or teaming up with) Ghidorah, Mothra and Rodan, amaking this something of an update of Destroy All Monsters, or possibly Ghidorah, The Three-Headed Monster, where Godzilla teamed up with the other two to take on the tri-skulled baddie.
by Gabe Toro August 14, 2014 comments
Godzilla 2 Will Include These Classic Villains
More importantly, he showed a secret file from “Project Monach” that revealed the secrets to be uncovered in the next film, a nice treat for a movie that's years and years away. As it turns out, Godzilla has some new threats to worry about. And by new threats, I mean very very old threats.
by Gabe Toro July 26, 2014 comments
Is A Big Godzilla 2 Announcement Going To Be Made At Comic-Con?
One of the most thrilling moments in the last five years of San Diego Comic-Con history came during the 2012 Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures panel. At the end of a panel about Pacific Rim, the lights went low, director Gareth Edwards stepped out on stage, and it was revealed that a new Godzilla movie was officially in the works.
by Eric Eisenberg July 14, 2014 comments
Gareth Edwards Still Attached To Godzilla 2 and 3
Gareth Edwards went from directing a small indie film to rebooting a gigantic franchise in the space of a couple short years. Now the rising filmmaker is about to become a part of a galaxy far, far away from what he's used to, thanks to his new gig on the first Star Wars standalone film. So how does this effect his duties on the newly minted Legendary Pictures franchise?
by Mike Reyes May 23, 2014 comments
Aaron Taylor-Johnson Says Godzilla 2 Could Pull From Jaws Inspirations
A couple of weeks ago, before critics were allowed to gush or audiences had gotten more than mere glimpses of this rebooted beast, I had a chance to sit down with Godzilla star Aaron Taylor-Johnson. Amid talk of the production and its allusions to Jaws, I asked him what he'd like to see if Godzilla 2 got greenlit.
by Kristy Puchko May 19, 2014 comments
Monday Movie Memo: Why Godzilla 2 Is A Bad Idea
The dust hadn't even settled on the weekend, and a sequel to Gareth Edwards' hit film Godzilla already had been announced. I try to tell you in the Memo above why that's a bad idea.
by Sean O'Connell May 19, 2014 comments
Godzilla 2 Is Coming, Says Warner Bros.
So where does a sequel go? Legendary and the WB sadly do not seem to own the rights to Godzilla's classic enemies, including Mothra, Rodan and Ghidorah. So the good news is, more new monsters. The bad news is, was anyone really enamored with the M.U.T.O.'s from the current movie?
by Gabe Toro May 18, 2014 comments
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