Extended trailer for Godzilla

Trailer Simon Brew 7 Apr 2014 - 06:55

Fancy some more footage of Gareth Edwards' Godzilla movie? Here's the extended trailer...

It's still the blockbuster we're most looking forward to seeing this year, and Gareth Edwards' reboot of Godzilla is now just over a month away. Warner Bros is taking few chances in promoting the movie though, and it's just fired its latest promotional weapon: an extended trailer for the film.

It's not that extended: this one runs to two and a half minutes. But it still offers a bit of new footage for the movie.

Godzilla features Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, Sally Hawkins, David Strathairn and Ken Watanabe. Plus the title character itself, of course. And here's that new promo...

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I've been very impressed by how they have promoted the movie so far. They have kept plot info and full length shots of both Godzilla and the MUTO monsters to the minimum. I grow weary of trailers that give away the entire plot of the movie before i've even seen it. i grow equally weary of my complete inability to not watch those trailers that give away the entire movie!

JINKIES!!!!! I think I saw small snipets of Gadzooki in this one!!!! This movie is going to be far out!!!!!

Not sure exactly how you cover up something the size of Godzilla, but still a great trailer

Anyone else catch the monitor behind the military fella at 1:42? That's not Godzilla. Can anyone identify?

I like how they've set up the trailers to feel like this could be a movie about the devastations caused by tsunamis and earthquakes. That would make great sense to be used as cover stories for Godzilla's rampage.

I think it wouldn't necessarily be too difficult in the beginning, at least. The planet is really big and there is plenty of water for Godzilla to swim through, while his movement on land causes effects that resemble natural disasters. Electronic devices are also highly suspectible to various disturbances, so he might not be caught properly on film either. Especially if he moves predominately at night-time and causes dust-clouds to cover him.

All true, but the trailer appears to be trying to show them trying to cover him up after he has attacked a power station. As soon as he hits land people are going to know about it for miles around. Its a bit like in the 90's version where Godzilla kept hiding himself in New York somehow

Still, not prejudging the film. This could all be well explained in the plot, so only fair to give it the benefit of the doubt for now

Hmm. My guess is that there might be some convenient bad weather or then Godzilla causes a very big dust devil. Either way, I suppose it's the government who are trying way too hard to cover it up that raises suspicions.


Did it attack the power station, or is the power station (nuclear) meltdown the event that produces Godzilla?

There was a mention in one of the other trailers that all the nuclear tests by the Japanese in the 50's were an attempt to kill him, so it sounds like he's been around for a while.

There still, there could be a perfectly reasonable explanation though

Gaos and Orga :)

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