The new still shows that kaijus enjoy long walks on the beach.
While Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim is expected to be a monster vs. robot punchathon, an image released today hints at a softer side to the kaiju devestating the planet in the film. The picture shows a kaiju's footprint in the sand, showing that even firebreathing monsters are just looking for a little bit of attention.
"RRRRRROOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRR," said one of the monsters in the film. "Sorry, got something caught in my throat. What I meant to say was that in addition to long walks on the beach, I also like candlelight dinners and going to concerts. The entire reason I rose up from the deep and destroyed Tokyo was after I learned that the Beastie Boys were no longer going to be touring."
If you'd like to make a love connection with a 200 foot monster, you're a sick fuck that needs psychiatric treatment. Seriously, what the hell is wrong with you?
Oh, here's the new pictures.
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