Two videos have been making the rounds on YouTube today showing off the Godzilla Experience at SDCC for Legendary Picture's Godzilla (which is aiming for summer release next year). This reporter would post either video, but Warner Brothers has cracked down on ANYONE who has posted it (two hours tops both have lasted before the videos on Youtube Channels, before being pulled due to copyright).
However, this reporter has seen both (one has better visual quality than the other, both have the same audio quality). Both showcase the same scene in which people are lead into an elevator by guards, who are warning of a proximity alert. A guard in the elevator then tells you that they will evacuate you to safety. The elevator door opens taking you to a seemingly safe office floor.
You can then clearly see "outside" the office floor, which is at night and raining hard. Suddenly, you hear the classic roar and soon enough, the King of the Monsters walks by the floor you're on. Here are some of the shots at this point of the "experience". Again, these are from the higher quality of the two. With the rain and darkness it's VERY hard to fully make out Godzilla in good detail due to the rain and darkness, but you can make the design of him nonetheless.
It's over right? WRONG. Just when you think it's over Godzilla's face rises from below left hand-side and graces you full on with his presence:
You might notice the picture. You've seen it before on the Thursday of SDCC. Here's that picture in all it's glory:
Then he simply turns to where he originally entered from. So there you have it. Get these screencaps while you can and if you find either video well best of luck to you.
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