Shin Godzilla. | Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren | CC. Das kommt überraschend: Während die meisten Filme aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie nach hinten verschoben werden, soll „Godzilla Vs. Godzilla (jap. ゴジラ, Gojira; ausgesprochen englisch [ɡɒdˈzɪlə], japanisch [ ɡoꜜdʑiɽa]) ist ein japanisches Filmmonster. Das 50–,5 Meter hohe Monster.
Kinostart vorgezogen: "Godzilla Vs. Kong" soll schon nächsten Monat in Deutschland anlaufenDas kommt überraschend: Während die meisten Filme aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie nach hinten verschoben werden, soll „Godzilla Vs. Shin Godzilla. | Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren | CC. Godzilla (jap. ゴジラ, Gojira; ausgesprochen englisch [ɡɒdˈzɪlə], japanisch [ ɡoꜜdʑiɽa]) ist ein japanisches Filmmonster. Das 50–,5 Meter hohe Monster.
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In fact, Godzilla turns out to be the good guy because he's the only one that can defeat these insect creeps.
This story line is factor one in the reason that this movie isn't what it could have been. Factor two is the plot point that these creatures all feed on nuclear energy instead of "manburgers".
Consequentially, the only real threat they pose is the massive destruction they cause in big cities and obviously, the human lives that become casualties by default.
It's because of this that there is never any real sense of threat or danger. They don't hunt us, they don't care about us. All they want is nuclear energy and a place to breed.
What's worse is, these MUTO take screen time and attention away from the monster who's supposed to be the main antagonist and namesake of the movie!
It might as well have been called "Big Creepy Insects" instead of "Godzilla" In the end, what we're left with is billions of dollars worth of collateral damage and a big-ass monster who's really kind of a nice guy.
Still, it's certainly not bad. Aaron Taylor- Johnson does his best at looking very serious and all grown up since his Kick-Ass days, although I am certain that this is definitely one of his less compelling roles.
Our hero even shares an intimate moment of eye contact with Godzilla in the end Ken Watanabe spends every moment of his screen time looking shocked and awed Juliette Binoche is shamefully underused.
I would have loved to have seen more of her. The biggest asset is definitely Bryan Cranston. He's the only one who managed to make his character 3-dimensional and a real human being.
He, too, would have definitely deserved a bigger role. In fact, the film probably would have been much better for it. Visually, everything is very awesome and impressive.
The special effects visual and sound are top-notch. Every time Godzilla opened his mouth to let out a massive roar, I thought my eardrums were going to pop.
It's bone-chilling and very cool. The design of the MUTO is a real treat, they look like giant praying mantises, totally intimidating.
The films' SFX really make it worthwhile. I was seriously dreading the moment these giant "claw prints in the mud" would appear on screen, but thankfully it never happened.
I had really hoped that this was going to be the definitive Godzilla movie. Alas, it is not. But I still enjoyed it for what it was and I definitely recommend seeing it for the special effects alone.
In any case, 'Gojira' looks awesome. I rate it 7. On January 7, , it was reported that Joseph Gordon-Levitt had turned down being cast in the film in the fall of It was reported that Henry Cavill , Scoot McNairy , and Caleb Landry Jones comprised the shortlist for lead of the film.
In January , Mary Parent joined the project as a producer for Disruption Entertainment. According to the complaint, Legendary had decided in the fall of to not employ the three as producers on the film and the three were not eligible for any producer fees.
The three argued that the suit should be decided in open court, not in arbitration, and that Legendary should be responsible for damages for breach of contract.
At the start of principal photography in March , Legendary formally announced the cast and producers. Jones and Sally Hawkins were added. Takarada had publicly appealed to be part of the production and the photo indicates some sort of role for the Japanese actor in the reboot.
In April , Takarada said in an interview that his role was cut from the final version of the film. He had the role of an immigration officer.
Principal photography began on March 18, , in Vancouver, under the working title of "Nautilus,"  with scenes shot at the Vancouver Convention Centre ,  inside BC Place , and at Hi-View Lookout in Cypress Provincial Park, West Vancouver as San Francisco's Bay Area Park.
This was followed by filming in the Richmond neighborhood of Steveston. A large battle scene was shot on Moncton St, involving approximately soldiers and many military vehicles.
Another scene was filmed at the fisherman's wharf along Finn Slough. Additional shooting took place on Vancouver Island , around Nanaimo  and Victoria in British Columbia.
Additional filming involving extras took place around industrial areas of Coquitlam , British Columbia. The scenes at the Convention Centre stood in for the Honolulu and Tokyo airports, while other locations in Vancouver were used to simulate scenes in San Francisco, Tokyo and the Philippines.
Further on-location filming was done in June and July in Honolulu, Hawaii. In an interview, Aaron Taylor-Johnson described the filming as mostly on-location, with very little use of green screens.
He described the film crew as fairly small compared to other films he has worked on, "almost an independent production. Seamus McGarvey served as the film's cinematographer, shooting the film digitally using Arri Alexa cameras with Panavision C-Series anamorphic lenses.
Sequences of the film set in the year were shot using vintage lenses from the early s in order to give the film a "distant period feel.
I found a lot of photographs and magazines, and I knew that I wanted the blacks to be imbued with a tint of magenta. McGarvey himself decided to shoot the film as if it were only 2D, because he dislikes working with 3D filming equipment and the experience of watching 3D films in theatres.
The U. Navy cooperated in the making of the movie and filming took place on three U. Army also participated in the movie with the support of three technical advisors.
Marine Corps , which had participated in the film, declined to participate after reviewing the script, which featured Navy personnel.
James D. Dever, one of the film's military technical advisers, to "ensure he had good military bearing". Dever also helped stuntmen train for high-altitude, low-opening jumps.
Director Gareth Edwards has said that he "intentionally placed humans in shots to give the scene a sense of scale, as everyone knows the size of a human, so we know the size of a creature or a building.
We would say 'Imagine it was a news story, or a sports event, cameramen would put cameras where they could in a hurry, and get any shot they could.
Especially when [Godzilla] is first seen, we wanted a build up, and then pan up, we see him, and then we don't see him. I love that. Visual effects on the film were supervised by visual effects supervisor Jim Rygiel , best known for his work on The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy.
To create a CG version of Godzilla, MPC studied various animals such as bears, Komodo dragons, lizards, lions and wolves which helped the visual effects artists visualize Godzilla's body structure like that of its underlying bone, fat and muscle structure as well as the thickness and texture of its scale.
The production used high-quality panorama photos of the San Francisco skyline, and built a three-dimensional map of the city.
The map was used in the background of sequences shot on the bridge set in Vancouver. According to Jim Rygiel, "this technique gives you a real city that is accurate down to every piece of mortar in a brick building, so, using that, we were able to composite the live action shots with the key frame -animated monsters destroying digital buildings into a seamless whole.
The studio digitized actual military equipment from the 7th Infantry Division of the Army. The tracks were mixed by Gregg Landaker in the Dolby Atmos surround-sound format for exhibition in theaters with Atmos-equipped sound systems.
Film composer Alexandre Desplat was hired to compose an original soundtrack for Godzilla. Desplat had not composed previously for a monster film, having worked on movies such as The King's Speech , The Curious Case of Benjamin Button , and the final two Harry Potter films.
Desplat accepted the contract after being impressed with Edwards' film Monsters. Desplat describes the soundtrack for Godzilla as "non-stop fortissimo , with lots of brass, Japanese drums, and electric violin.
The film score was released by WaterTower Music on May 12 and 13, The film features György Ligeti 's Requiem also used in A Space Odyssey , Dusty Springfield 's recording of " Breakfast in Bed ," and Elvis Presley 's " You're the Devil in Disguise.
At a session during the July SDCC, Legendary presented both a poster for the film and a teaser trailer.
The teaser trailer included a depiction of Godzilla faithful to the Toho monster, including its roar, and a "gigantic centipede-like monster.
Screenwriter Max Borenstein later confirmed that the centipede monster was conceived only for the teaser and only to indicate that Godzilla would fight another creature.
It was included in the teaser before Borenstein completed writing the script. During filming in Vancouver, Legendary released several videos and still pictures of filming in Vancouver on its Facebook site.
Pictures included a destroyed subway car with a green screen backdrop, soldiers inspecting a radioactive vault and wreckage on a shoreline.
In July , Legendary launched a "viral" website godzillaencounter. The company was promoting the film at the SDCC, and converted a warehouse in San Diego to the "Godzilla Encounter" exhibit in conjunction with the convention.
The exhibit also had artifacts from the franchise series, including the "Oxygen Destroyer" of the original film, and a Godzilla costume from Godzilla At a session at the Comic-Con, Legendary showed footage from the film.
As reported by various media, the footage is of a large monster, reminiscent of the Cloverfield monster , attacking an airport, when Godzilla's foot appears next to the monster.
Godzilla's height is revealed to be several times the size of the other monster and a battle ensues, but Godzilla's face is not revealed. Various clips of scenes with Cranston, Taylor-Johnson and Olsen were also shown.
In October , the proof of concept footage shown at SDCC was leaked online and was available on several video sharing websites for several days before Warner Bros.
Toho launched a web site of its own, godzilla. The second trailer was released on February 25, Several more trailers were released, with variations for North America, Japan, Asia outside Japan and internationally.
In cross promotion, Godzilla appeared in a light-hearted commercial for the Snickers chocolate bar, playing ping pong and water skiing.
The angry Godzilla is calmed by eating a Snickers bar. Godzilla is portrayed as both human-sized and much larger. In it, Godzilla is rampaging through a city, devouring Fiat cars as he goes, with a soldier claiming that he was "craving Italian.
Nearly choking on it, he spits out the car as it drives away. Legendary Pictures had set up a new Applied Analytics Group to direct its marketing efforts, and Godzilla was the first film that used analytics, similar to the use of sports analytics, to direct its marketing.
According to Legendary CEO Thomas Tull, it developed a news software program named "Eddington", which, based on a massive database, was able to determine demographic trends among sub-groups of core filmgoers.
According to Tull, Legendary spent less in marketing than it had in the past. In July , Japan completed a 6.
In June , Variety reported that Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Legendary Entertainment had assembled a large team of partners to make licensed merchandise to be released in conjunction with the film.
Bandai America produced a line of toys, and other products were produced by NECA, Jakks Pacific, Bioworld, Trevco, Rubie's and Sideshow Collectibles.
A novelization , written by science-fiction writer Greg Cox , was published by Titan Books in May , to coincide with the film's release.
Two other books were scheduled for release including Godzilla: With Light and Sound! Legendary announced in January , along with a video message by Edwards, a tie-in graphic novel to be released on May 7, , one week before the movie.
The tagline is "Delve into an incredible mystery, generations in the making. At the dawn of the atomic age, humanity awakens lifeforms beyond imagination, unleashing monumental forces of nature.
Pictures of the line of toys, including a Godzilla "Atomic Roar" model by Bandai , were leaked to the internet in March The Godzilla model has "atomic fire breath".
Monsterarts version of the Godzilla is also announced by Bandai, which is released in September The game, titled Godzilla Smash 3 , allows moves by matching three items of a similar type in a row.
It is being made by Rogue Play and features puzzle-based gameplay similar to Candy Crush Saga. Above the game board, a view of Godzilla destroying various military vehicles is featured and the different attacks correspond to the combinations the player scores.
The game was released in May Godzilla had its red carpet premiere at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on May 8, In the United States, the film was given a PG rating by the Motion Picture Association of America MPAA for "intense sequences of destruction, mayhem and creature violence.
Edwards said, "They saw it yesterday and I got an e-mail saying they thought it was fantastic! So that was a relief. Godzilla was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD formats on September 16, , in North America.
Toho released the film on Blu-ray and DVD formats in Japan on February 25, , as well as a five-disc limited edition Blu-ray set including the 3D Blu-ray, 2D Blu-ray, DVD, a disc of bonus features includes the North American special features, as well as additional Japan-exclusive features , a full color booklet with Japanese promotional art, and an exclusive S.
MonsterArts figure. Screen Rant described early reviews as "very positive,"  as well as "decidedly mixed" and "mostly positive. The site's critical consensus states, "With just enough human drama to anchor the sweeping spectacle of giant monsters smashing everything in sight, Gareth Edwards' Godzilla satisfyingly restores the franchise's fire-breathing glory.
Club named Godzilla the second-best film of Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune awarded the film three and a half stars, finding that the film "makes up" for the version and praised Edwards' directing and build-up, and defended Godzilla's screen-time, stating, "Is there enough Godzilla in Godzilla?
Folks, there is. There is just enough. It is not about Godzilla or the beasts he fights, it's a combination epic horror film and parable of nature in revolt, filled with odd ellipses and surprising but appropriate storytelling choices, such as an early monster duel that plays out mainly on CNN.
Japanese critics and journalists have praised the film for putting "more of an effort to honor the spirit and visual style of the Japanese series" but criticized the film for "complicating the anti-war, anti-nuclear sensibility" and "lack of nerve on the part of the filmmakers to say anything substantial about nuclear weapons or nuclear energy".
William Tsutsui, author of Godzilla on My Mind, discussed the new film in an article in Foreign Affairs magazine. There are far more overt displays of affection in the first 15 minutes of the Godzilla than in the entire Japanese franchise, which totaled one very chaste kiss over 50 years.
The Godzilla character, in its heroism, is reminiscent of the s and s Japanese Godzilla, but not anthropomorphized like those.
Also, the identity of the character as Japanese is lost: "In the 28 films made by Toho, Godzilla is unmistakably identified as one of wareware Nihonjin we Japanese.
After liberating San Francisco from the spawning MUTOs, Godzilla is thus crowned as a defender of the United States. Ed Godziszewski author of The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Godzilla felt that the film did not provide much social commentary like previous Godzilla films, stating, "The film paid superficial lip service at best to the nuclear issue, but really there's almost nothing of substance there.
Rather than offering caution about nuclear energy, the new film almost gives you the idea that nuclear weapons are actually the answer to everything".
Godziszewski did iterate that he did enjoy the film and praised the monster battles for being choreographed closer to the original Toho films than how Pacific Rim was choreographed.
David Kalat author of A Critical History and Filmography of Toho's Godzilla Series felt that Edwards figured out a successful "modern American context" for the film in supporting American troops, stating, "Edwards' Godzilla takes that concept and weaponizes it: we're used to seeing Godzilla movies where the military fails because they're stupid, but seeing them fail but be heroic while failing is new.
It's also something the culture needs—and it's the kind of heretical idea that's otherwise hard to dramatize in pop culture, just like the original Godzilla's anti-American stance was so potent in Steve Ryfle author of Japan's Favorite Mon-Star felt that "America is incapable of making an honest Godzilla.
But his film does not comment on those images or what they might mean, and so they unspool as hollow exercises in technical prowess. Godzilla is said to be a force of nature reawakened, but by what?
Without that answer, the latest Godzilla reboot is about nothing. In October , Legendary announced plans to unite Godzilla and King Kong in a film titled Godzilla vs.
Kong , set for a release date. Prior to announcing a shared cinematic universe between Godzilla and King Kong, Legendary originally intended to produce a trilogy with Gareth Edwards attached to direct the sequels,  however, Edwards left the sequel in May to work on smaller scale projects.
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Storm provided the performance capture for Godzilla by wearing sensors in front of a green screen.
Godzilla is one of the most recognizable symbols of Japanese popular culture worldwide,   and remains an important facet of Japanese films, embodying the kaiju subset of the tokusatsu genre.
Godzilla's vaguely humanoid appearance and strained, lumbering movements endeared it to Japanese audiences, who could relate to Godzilla as a sympathetic character, despite its wrathful nature.
In , the Keukdong Entertainment Company of South Korea, with production assistance from Toei Company , produced Yongary, Monster from the Deep , a reptilian monster who invades South Korea to consume oil.
The film and character has often been branded as an imitation of Godzilla. Godzilla has been considered a filmographic metaphor for the United States, as well as an allegory of nuclear weapons in general.
The earlier Godzilla films, especially the original, portrayed Godzilla as a frightening nuclear-spawned monster. Godzilla represented the fears that many Japanese held about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the possibility of recurrence.
As the series progressed, so did Godzilla, changing into a less destructive and more heroic character. Godzilla is considered "the original radioactive superhero " due to his accidental radioactive origin story predating Spider-Man debut ,  though Godzilla did not become a hero until Ghidorah in In , Godzilla received the MTV Lifetime Achievement Award ,  as well as being given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in to celebrate the premiere of the character's 50th anniversary film, Godzilla: Final Wars.
Godzilla's success inspired the creation of numerous other monster characters, such as Gamera ,   Reptilicus of Denmark,  Yonggary of South Korea,  Pulgasari of North Korea,  Gorgo of the United Kingdom  and the Cloverfield monster of the United States.
Godzilla's fame and saurian appearance has influenced the scientific community. Gojirasaurus is a dubious genus of coelophysid dinosaur, named by paleontologist and admitted Godzilla fan Kenneth Carpenter.
Godzilla's ubiquity in pop-culture has led to the mistaken assumption that the character is in the public domain , resulting in litigation by Toho to protect their corporate asset from becoming a generic trademark.
In April , Subway depicted a giant monster in a commercial for their Five Dollar Footlong sandwich promotion.
The monster was never mentioned by name, being seen briefly on a video screen inside the minivan. Its purpose is to target and harass Japanese whalers in defense of whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.
Promotional material released at the Cannes Film Festival used images of Godzilla. Steven Spielberg cited Godzilla as an inspiration for Jurassic Park , specifically Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
The main-belt asteroid Gojira , discovered by American astronomer Roy Tucker at the Goodricke-Pigott Observatory in , was named in honor of the creature.
In April the Shinjuku ward of Tokyo named Godzilla a special resident and official tourism ambassador to encourage tourism.
Reporters noted that Shinjuku ward has been flattened by Godzilla in three Toho movies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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