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Director Gareth Edwards talks taking Godzilla seriously in new featurette

Apr. 18, 2014by:
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It's obvious Gareth Edwards' GODZILLA will be a little different compared to other movies featuring the kaiju, but in a new featurette, the director says he doesn't think the original film is silly or campy like some think, and wanted to make his film just as serious as the first movie. Edwards goes on to says the goal was to make the most realistic GODZILLA film possible, and references Steven Spielberg as an influence. He also comments on how easy it is to be "seduced by visual effects."

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Gareth Edwards is saying all the right things and the trailers have been fantastic, so the question is will GODZILLA deliver? It appears Gareth Edwards has succeeded in making a very realistic GODZILLA flick, and it looks pretty f*cking scary. GODZILLA should be a blast to check out in theaters, and I'm quite excited to finally see Gareth Edwards' take on the classic monster.

GODZILLA starring Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen and Ken Watanabe will destroy all theaters on May 16th, 2014.

Source: Warner Bros.

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10:39AM on 04/18/2014
I liked how you wrote 'destroying all theaters' instead of 'coming to all theaters' or 'hitting theaters'.
I liked how you wrote 'destroying all theaters' instead of 'coming to all theaters' or 'hitting theaters'.
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8:45AM on 04/18/2014
Be seduced by special effects? The trailers look badass and I know effects can be overdone but this is godzilla dammit! We better get to ee Godzilla on screen alot! Monsters sucked!
Be seduced by special effects? The trailers look badass and I know effects can be overdone but this is godzilla dammit! We better get to ee Godzilla on screen alot! Monsters sucked!
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11:13AM on 04/18/2014
I'm pretty sure once the Big G shows up in the movie, he'll be a constant presence even when not actually on screen. But I'm sure he'll have plenty of screen time.
I'm pretty sure once the Big G shows up in the movie, he'll be a constant presence even when not actually on screen. But I'm sure he'll have plenty of screen time.
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