After the 2014 American-made “Godzilla” project, Japanese production company Toho Co., responsible for the original 1954 Godzilla, recently announced a new monster movie, “Godzilla Resurgence.”
Most Zilla fans are hoping for a much better film than the recent Bryan Cranston disaster. This was the longest movie with the shortest amount of Godzilla screen time of all 29 movies.
According to koreaportal.com, this will be the largest and scariest of the mutated monster that the world has ever seen.
Initial plot rumors speculated that “Godzilla Resurgence” will be regenerated from a nuclear attack from man’s use of nuclear weapons. The monster will be awash in red and black color, which is different from the usual green or gray hues we see on Zilla.
Throughout Godzilla’s 63 year life span, the originally horrifying monster had taken a more comical, campy approach to films, but based on the report of Youth Health Magazine, “directors Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi vowed to bring Godzilla to his horror roots.”
The original 1954 film is extremely dark, especially for its time, and this should be a fresh new way to bring back this monster.
This will be Godzilla’s first Japanese appearance since “Final Wars” in 2004.
“Godzilla Resurgence” is set to release in Japan on July 29, 2016. Unfortunately for western fans, Toho is not expected to have this film released in North American cinemas.
The one semi-confirmed distribution company for “Godzilla Resurgence” is a company named “New World Cinema.” If true, this means Americans will not see the film until sometime in 2017.