Godzilla Teaser Trailer: It’s San Francisco’s Turn to Get Demolished
It’s hard to believe it’s been more than 15 years since our proud nation last took a stab at O.G. kaiju franchise Godzilla — give yourself a pat on the back, Hollywood, for a valiant show of restraint. That last attempt didn’t go so well, so perhaps it was wise for Warner Bros. to yoink it away from Sony, then take it down to the lab and class it up a bit. So slice off a hunk of that pungent Bay Area sourdough, fire up that 2001 soundtrack, and get ready to watch your favorite action heroes Juliette Binoche and David Strathairn battle everyone’s favorite nuclear metaphor without the aid of a single giant robot suit! Or wait … I guess I’m jumping to conclusions. Tell us, Legendary Pictures, what exactly is going down in 2014’s Godzilla?
An epic rebirth to Toho’s iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.
Wait a second. It sounds like Godzilla is trying to help us out, or at least fight a greater foe. Yeah, maybe our heroes aren’t trying to bring Godzilla down at all; it definitely sounds like the real enemies are these “malevolent creatures.” Hmm, what kind of creature could Godzilla face that embodies humanity’s scientific arrogance?
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“Actually, the last thing we shot with Matthew [McConaughey], which was really great because we got to surprise him, was from episode seven when Marty’s watching the video tape Rust stole from the Tuttle house and Matthew has his back to Woody. We start rolling and I keep it going and we gather the entire crew right outside the storage unit. We slammed the doors open, which kind of shocked him for a second, and then the whole crew was there to clap for him. It was pretty awesome.”