Source: Godzilla Model Shows Off His Full Form, Drops Atomic Breath Clues
Earlier this week, a draft to the Legendary Pictures relaunch was leaked (I would post a link, but we were forced to remove it via Warner Brothers. So instead have this SyFy's Orca remake script which is so TOTALLY different. Totally...) now another important bit has surfaced on the net. This one being a full scale model of Godzilla.
Originally, Godzilla News showed off the picture, but you know Warner Brothers they just can't resist sending out notices forcing the removal of the pictures (and the site complied, but didn't take note of the continued butt hurt like we did). Thankfully, Bleeding Cool has NONE of these sorts of problems and posted the picture for those who hadn't seen it yet (like this reporter) So without further ado the picture:
Now the nature of what this is a mystery. BC speculate it's a figure, and I fully agree. Toy masters NECA confirmed that they would be doing merchindise for the movie. Given that the company made a HUGE 18' Gipsy Danger and Knifehead for Pacific Rim, it's a fair guess this could be a figure on that scale. Also noted at BC is the fact that the fins of Godzilla have a blue tin to it suggesting atomic breath. Well this fact we knew was confirmed awhile back.
As always, Legendary Pictures' Godzilla stomps onto the American Box Office on May 16.
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