It's not a new trailer, but it whets our appetite for the movie.
Source: 'Godzilla' Poster Reveals the Biggest-Ever King of the Monsters
As we await a new trailer (the latest rumors now hint that it's been pushed back, to be attached to the Frank Miller sequel 300: Rise Of An Empire, out in March) Yahoo Movies! has been given this exclusive new poster for the movie which showcases just how tall this version of Godzilla is:
The poster also harkens back to the original Gojira (which is also getting a re-release in the US. Speaking of that. COME ON GUYS SHOW IT IN IL or WI. How can you deny the Midwest such a theatrical treat?) with glistening flames around San Francisco highlighting Godzilla. It should be noted that this version of Godzilla is looking to be bigger than even the previous Toho incarnations (the tallest Godzilla previously was in the Heisei Era, before having his size reduced again for the Millennium Era).
Of course, it COULD just be exaggeration for effect, but who ever heard of such a thing on a film poster? No, obviously there can be only one conclusion to jump to. That being a giant lizard a skillion feet tall.
Godzilla will be unleashed in American cinemas starting May 16.
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