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Watch: Hunt For 'Godzilla' With 5 New Clips From The Monster Movie

by Kevin Jagernauth
May 3, 2014 11:33 AM
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Do you hear that in the distance? Do sense something uneasy in the air? Can you feel the ground moving beneath your feet? That's Warner Bros. "Godzilla" making a steady path to theatres in two weeks time, and the anticipation is building, with five new clips from the movie arriving to raise the hair on the back of your neck.

As we learned yesterday, Gareth Edwards is promising "cinematic foreplay" in his movie, with monster staying hidden until it really counts. And that's fine by us — Edwards seems to care about creating a genuine monster movie experience, and we're certainly on board with that. And it helps that the non-monster movie moments will be headed by a cast that includes Bryan Cranston, Juliette Binoche, Elizabeth Olsen, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe, David Strathairn and more.

Check out the scenes below along with ten minutes of behind-the-scenes footage. [Flicks And Bits]

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  • gerard kennelly | May 4, 2014 2:05 AMReply

    DISTRICT 9 ........... elysium was a poor follow up

    MOON ........ source code was a poor follow up

    MONSTERS ..........will Godzilla be a disappointment too ?

  • Jesse | May 4, 2014 2:41 PM

    Source Code was very much worth watching. One of the few films from the past 10 years I've seen twice.

  • Markunator | May 4, 2014 6:52 AM

    "Source Code" was actually quite good, and I've heard told that "Monsters" completely sucked.

  • Rod | May 3, 2014 8:29 PMReply

    I thought I wouldn't want to see anymore trailers or clips of the movie but now I am just as desperate to see the movie as ever. A couple of notes, I wish people would stop saying Rodan or Mothra is in the movie because they aren't. Second, for the Japanese people who think Godzilla is too fat, say it to his face!!! That is all!!!

  • Steve | May 4, 2014 4:44 PM

    They just say he's fat because an American studio is doing it better than Toho has been doing it--at least since Toho released the original in 1954.

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