Well, it looks like we'll be finally getting that long promised Godzilla trailer, or something to savor tomorrow. Earlier today, Legendary Pictures released this audio clip entitled "Godzilla ROAR" with the synopsis reading: "The truth has been awakened. #Godzilla 2.25.14 10:00 AM PST" along with a link to this site.
When you click the site, you'll hear Bryan Cranston's character sight a cover-up and that he isn't fooled about some event being labeled as a "natural distaster", then further states "it's gonna send us back to the Stone Age!", and "You have no idea what's coming." Here's the roar:
Now for simple comparison here's the roar from the official teaser trailer:
Along with this tease, Empire Magazine revealed today their Thursday issue's Godzilla-centric cover which is pretty glorious and also worth a look at (the issue also has an interview with the movie's director Gareth Edwards):
Truly Godzilla is not only the King of the Monsters, but also the the ruler of covers.
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