We’ve seen brief glimpses of Hideki Anno and Shinji Higuchi’s Shin Godzilla (a.k.a. Godzilla Resurgence) before, but we’ve barely seen the kaiju himself. But now new pictures of Toho’s first Godzilla film in over a decade have hit the web, giving us a look at a very gruesome King of the Monsters.
Godzilla fans know that, eventually, they’re going to see him fight King Kong in a few big budget American movies. But those are several years out. Before that, Godzilla’s creators Toho have a new movie coming out and several details have just been revealed.
Earlier this year, we learned that Japan’s resurrection of the Godzilla franchise would be in the hands Shinji Higuchi, who will be co-directing with Hideaki Anno. Higuchi’s already promising to use some brand new technology from his upcoming Attack on Titan live-action movie for Toho Studio’s Godzilla.
This week we learned that Godzilla is Japan's new tourism ambassador. Now we have a visual! Here's the G-man being unveiled (OK, head only ... 171 feet tall, though) Thursday outside of Toho, the studio that made the original 1954 film.
Well, this is an interesting development. Toho has announced that they'll be making their own sequel to this year's hit relaunch of the Godzilla franchise, this one due in 2016 — two years before Sony's official U.S. sequel is due.
There's more to the new Godzilla reboot than what we've glimpsed in the trailers so far. This movie has a ton of insane visuals, and some insane set pieces. See for yourself — we've got a ton of new Godzilla concept art, from the book Godzilla: The Art of Destruction. Spoilers ahead...
Trademarks an important way for businesses to market their goods to consumers, but sometimes it can be difficult to know whose intellectual property toes you're treading on. Here are six terms and concepts that companies claim to own, and some of them might surprise you.
20th century Polish movie posters could be highly surrealist, as the placards for these Godzilla films demonstrate. Check out Japan's most famous monster in a series of quirky paintings.
Toho's monsters don't begin their existences as bodysuits. Illustrators must first sketch out every atomic spike, nuclear fang, and cybernetic proboscis adorning their rubbery hides. Check out Toho's designs for such classic kaiju as Mechagodzilla, Mothra, and Ghidorah.
A new box set from Sony called "Icons of Sci-Fi: The ToHo Collection" hits shelves Aug. 18, and it's a pulpy tribute to the movie studio that brought you Godzilla, Mothra, and The H-Man. We've got some great screenshots.