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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)

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‘Godzilla’ Sequel In The Works At Warner Bros. & Legendary
EXCLUSIVE: After opening to $103M internationally — the biggest opening of 2014 so far — and grossing $93M domestic stateside this weekend, it should come as no surprise that Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros.‘ are already developing a sequel to the monster hit. It was confirmed to Deadline this morning that a Godzilla sequel is underway. . . .
Deadline.com, May 18

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Comic-Con: Gareth Edwards To Direct ‘Godzilla 2′ After ‘Star Wars’, With Familiar Foes In Sequel

Tull said familiar Godzilla monster baddies Rodan, Mothra, and Ghidorah will appear in the next installment. “Toho’s been great to us and now we have more monsters to play with,” he said.

Deadline.com, July 26

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With this cast, I’m in. 

 

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This is a lot of fun. It doesn’t have the same perversity as the previous movie, but it evokes such a sense of wonder. It’s—and this risks sounding pretentious—but it’s a blockbuster with a genuine sense of transcendence. That’s rare. 

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4 hours ago, NBooth said:

it’s a blockbuster with a genuine sense of transcendence.

I haven't seen the film yet, but Matt Zoller Seitz's comments on Twitter, especially his reference to this being like a "religious" film, really piqued my interest. With so many negative reviews, I'd wondered if that had pulled a Prometheus (fantastic trailer, not-so-fantastic albeit ambitious film).

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10 hours ago, Joel Mayward said:

I haven't seen the film yet, but Matt Zoller Seitz's comments on Twitter, especially his reference to this being like a "religious" film, really piqued my interest. With so many negative reviews, I'd wondered if that had pulled a Prometheus (fantastic trailer, not-so-fantastic albeit ambitious film).

His review is what convinced me that I needed to see the movie, and I’m glad I did. 

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Well, I spent this Saturday feeling like the crotchety old Mr. Wilson that I probably am...first by the kids that were in my seat, talked during the whole movie ("what did he say?" asked the ten year-old whenever Ken Watanabe talked), but mostly by the movie that was so suffused in teal and smoke that I think I only saw about four actual shots. I know this was probably an intentional choice, because when the smoke cleared after Mothra's appearance there was light, but intentional or not, 2 hours plus is a long time to sit in the dark listening to explosions and guttural animal noises.

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