We're only just two months away from the concluding chapter of the Godzilla animated movie trilogy. Since we're just two months away, the promotions for the final movie, Godzilla: Planet Eater, has BEGUN! For today official plot synopsis and a poster for the movie has been released. Here it is in all its glory (as revealed on their official tweet):
And here's the synopsis:
The human race is on the brink of oblivion. The "wings of its demise" descend before its eyes.
This is the concluding chapter of the animated feature film series, GODZILLA (aka "Anigoji").
The final chapter, GODZILLA: The Planet Eater, finds the Mechagodzilla city, the peak of scientific evolution and mankind's best hope, 20,000 years into the future, burned to cinders. Under the supremacy of Godzilla-Earth, Earth is ruled over by Godzilla, however he has one more challenge, the winged creature, KING GHIDORAH.
The Godzilla franchise entered new territory in 2017 with Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters. As the first 3DCG animated, feature-length Godzilla movie ever, it offered a visual experience that was met with widespread acclaim and wonder when it debuted in November, 2017. The second chapter, GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle featured a newly-interpreted Mechagodzilla that only an animated rendering could accomplish.
With the concluding chapter of the saga, the King of the Void (GHIDORAH) squares off against the King of Earth (GODZILLA). When the dust settles, will there be anything left for the human race?"
Directing the film are Kobun Shizuno, who last year earned the highest grossing Japanese movie to date with Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter ('17) and Hiroyuki Seshita who has burnished his reputation for gripping animated storytelling with such TV and film franchises as Ajin ('15 -16), Knights of Sidonia: Battle for Planet 9 (' 15) and Blame! ('17). Together this prodigious duo have forged a 3DCG genre of cutting edge expression. And now they bring all their talent to bear The story and screenplay was written by Gen Urobuchi, famously known for his Puella Magi Madoka Magica film series ('11 -' 14) and the 2012 animated movie, Psycho-Pass ('12). Urobuchi has a gift for creating mind-bending, innovative ideas that are sure to surprise and surpass audience expectations in this finale.
Godzilla: Planet Eater will be in Japanese theaters on November 9th. For us? We'll probably have to wait till January 2019 more than likely.