The iconic roar, a clear look at Godzilla and the illusive Muto monsters - The new International Trailer has it all.
POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT -- If you want to keep the monsters appearing in the latest Godzilla movie a surprise then stop reading.
We've been given glimpses of the king of the monsters for what feels like an eternity. The marketing team have been very savvy about building hype for the upcoming Gareth Edwards reboot. Recent TV spots have given us a better picture, but the new international trailer reveals the Toho monster in all his glory. Give the trailer a watch:
This latest trailer contains indisputable proof that a second monster will be appearing in the movie to battle it out with titular behemoth. (Check out this article if you're unfamiliar with the Muto monster rumours.)
Let's break down the trailer to see what secrets it holds. For starters there's this thing:
At first glance it could be mistaken for part of Godzilla but in actual fact looks to be some sort of pod or egg. Whatever it is, it wakes up...
... and break free. This shot has been included in a few other trailers briefly. It's a leg of a Muto monster (it has eight of them!).
Next we get some shots of the lights going out, buildings getting attacked, a huge path of destruction before Aaron Taylor-Johnson asks the all important question; "Can you kill it?" Then suddenly...
Holy Mothra! What was that? Well it may not be a classic Toho monster, but it sure does look the part. This Muto (one of at least 2 said to be in the film) can fly. There's talk of 'something' being able to kill said monster.... then boom!
That is one giant Godzilla foot! Followed by a mighty roar and a clear shot of the eponymous' head.
There's some more shots of Godzilla causing chaos while being attacked and destroying a bridge as well as footage of a possible second Muto monster on the ground.
We finish with a great shot of Godzilla and the flying Muto going head-to-head. In the words of Ken Watanabe; "Let them fight".
Although Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures haven't explicitly said that a Muto monster will be appearing in the movie, after this trailer it's kinda hard to deny.
I don't know about you but I am psyched for this film and this trailer has added to my excitement.
All will be revealed when [Godzilla ](movie:425213) is unleashed on May 16 in the US (14th of May UK).