GODZILLA Sequel in Development Following Monster Box Office Weekend

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As I said on this week’s The Collision, I’m awful at predicting box office, and while I thought Godzilla would do well, I didn’t expect it to have the second-highest opening weekend this year with an estimated $93 million.  That’s particularly encouraging since the studio used a smart marketing campaign that didn’t spoil the movie, and audiences clearly went for a movie that didn’t give them a constant barrage of carnage.  It’s a good movie, and I’m glad it succeeded.

Unsurprisingly, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are moving forward with a sequel, according to Variety, although there are currently no details about the plot.  Personally, I’d be fine if they changed up the cast, or at least made way for a new protagonist while keeping supporting actors Ken Watanabe, Sally Hawkins, and David Strathairn around for a sense of continuity beyond Godzilla.  Now the question is what to do with the sequel, and I assume they’re going to start bringing in his famous fellow kaiju like Mothra and/or Ghidorah.  Hit the jump for what Legendary CEO Thomas Tull had to say to Steve about Godzilla 2.

Thomas-Tull-godzilla-2In his interview with Steve for Godzilla, Tull spoke about what the reboot would have to do in order to score a sequel:

I know you don’t talk about sequels and I’m not even going to ask you about it.  What I am going to ask though is…the movie cost around 160.  I know there’s a lot of marketing costs, is there a magic number at Legendary that you are like, “We need to hit this number and everyone’s going to be very happy”?

THOMAS TULL: You know…

I like putting you on the spot like that.

TULL: Yeah, I know you do.  Look, I think for us if the movie does- I’d really like for it to at least have a four in front of it globally, and if it does that we’re in a good position.

So basically over five and six we’re talking about the S-word, or could be.

TULL: We love this universe, we love Godzilla, and if we’re fortunate enough to have a high class problem we’ll deal with it then.

Considering that the movie has already scored almost $200 million worldwide, getting to “a four in front of it globally” shouldn’t be too much of an obstacle.  In either event, the question now becomes not “If we’ll see Godzilla again”, but “When?”

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  • It’s…it’s….GODZILLA!

    I kinda hope they hire a new writing team to help improve the script and make sure the human characters are just as interesting as the monsters wrecking havoc. And no more holding back Godzilla. Show him in all his fury fighting against Mothra or Ghidorah. The action and direction was stellar by Edwards, but if it had a stronger script and gave the actors more to do than just look up scared at the monsters, then it’d be much better for it.

    • MisterThrow Back

      I would like to see the same family again.

      • replying to idiots

        no

      • replying to idiots

        no

      • Grayden

        I second this. Bring Watanabe back and give him more to do FFS, but they killed (literally) their greatest asset in Cranston.

      • MJ

        I thought Cranston gave a weak performance.

        Watanable was much better given a limited role. They need to use him a lot more in the next movie.

    • RiddleThemThis

      I believe that Legendary only has the rights to Godzilla and not the other monsters. They would either come up with more new monsters or have to pay for the other characters.

      • World’s Finest Comments

        I think they also have the rights to Mothra and Monster Island at least.

      • Doug

        I shouldn’t be hard to get the rights, what with $93 million, right? Why would Toho not grant the rights if Legendary pays for them?

    • Person

      As far as I’m concerned, they can bring back the entire principal cast… except Aaron Taylor-Johnson. One of the blandest lead performances I’ve ever seen in a big-budget summer film.

  • Strong Enough

    they’re going to try and clone Godzilla’s DNA and create a sort of mechagodzilla that they want to control. but ends up going ape shit

    • World’s Finest Comments

      I feel like bringing Mecha in would feel too much like Pacific Rim, and I don’t think that’s the tone they’re going for.

    • Sweet Pea

      How they gonna get Godzilla’s DNA? Invite him in for a paternity test with some hoe he one-timed after a drunk night out?? This ain’t the Maury show homes, be better with script ideas if you must share them.

      • Michael V. Shepherd

        He left DNA all over the place. Kind of like a Maury guest.

      • Sweet Pea

        Lol, like your style… Now I’m gonna go listen to Uncle Murda and meditate

      • Strong Enough

        You honestly think with all that destruction none of godzila’s blood or salvia was dropped onto the city? Come on homes use your brain!

      • Sweet Pea

        Blood and saliva dropped onto the city… Sounds like my kinda party.

  • DEADP00L

    I would LOVE a sequel with a new cast except for Ken Watanabe. I think he should be a reoccurring character studying Godzilla. I really enjoyed the whole discovery science aspect of the movie during the first half and it just makes sense to have Ken Watanabe’s character be the front of that. I think the military aspect ought to be like it is here – reasonable, patient but also willing to listen to new ideas instead of being gun totting, ‘new weapon’ hungry and cliche etc. Also it’s human aspect, how the world copes with the entire notion that they share the planet with such life and when humans discover their world has new meaning and isn’t as empty as they assume.

    If they do make a sequel, I would expect it to be just as subtle otherwise people are going to start thinking things are just repetitive and feel like it’s been corrupted by the old formula – which will be unforgivable. I’d rather there NEVER be a sequel if this slow subtle formula is thrown out and the garbage that has polluted the silver screen assaults the sequel. That’s not what happens in a Godzilla movie.

    Also it’s only a sequel ONLY if it’s in Edwards vision – and keep him free, don’t tie him down to studio exec leaches.

  • Alexander

    First a Godzilla Director’s Cut on Blu-Ray. And the Sequel with: Gary Oldman, Idris Elba, Toby Jones, Chris Evans and Karl Urban, and if it’s possible written Alex Garland or Frank Darabont. Edwards had a great direction but if he is busy, you can give these job to Frank Darabont, J.A Bayona or Rupert Wyatt. (Please read me Mr. Tull)

    • DEADP00L

      Enough with Gary Oldman he really does distract now with James Gordon constantly coming back to mind. It’s enough he’s in Apes. Godzilla needs other great actors and ‘new’ old faces.

      Now Chris Evans he can’t commit to Godzilla with Captain America and Avengers sequels. Let the man be and let him act in smaller films the way he wants to. Idris Elba I’m totally down with but Ken Watanabe has to be the lead human character as Godzilla still is and will remain a very Japanese creation. I wouldn’t mind more Japanese cast in the sequel – and more scenes in Japan.

      Also hell yes to the Directors Cut in Blu Ray for this Godzilla – it just has to be and I would totally pay for it.

      • World’s Finest Comments

        I partially agree with you. The only franchise I would like to see Gary Oldman in the future is Star Wars. Other than that, I hope he sticks to more original projects.

      • the king of comedy

        I agree, Gary Oldman is one of the best actors that ever lived and theses franchises don`t use him properly, hope he goes back into some serious work, I loved Tinker, Taylor Soldier Spy.

    • BigJimSlade

      Idris Elba? Really?
      Can he even act?

      I mean, I know he can act like Idris Elba, and he can act like Idris Elba with a terrible southern accent, but still. LOTS of other actors out there…

      • World’s Finest Comments

        Anybody who was on The Wire can do more than act.

      • Brian James

        Yeah, I’m not even going to touch that one lol.

        B

      • Steven

        Have you seen the Mandela movie. He’s superb in it.

    • MJ

      Gary Oldman would be awesome. Great idea!

  • scurvy

    They teased Mothra in the movie. That was Ford’s pet’s name. You can see it written in the aquarium when they are back at their old house.

    • Frank

      I think that was more of an easter egg

      • Grayden

        Yeah. The “Monarch” project is also a subtle allusion to, well, butterflies, and by extension Mothra.

    • M kay

      wasn’t the male in the movie a redesigned Mothra? Everyone in the theater I went to thought it was.

  • Frank

    I was a bit disappointed by the movie, but I’m actually glad it did so well. It shows that audiences don’t need non-stop action or constant teasers/spoilers in the marketing. Also, if it opens the door for more Kaiju movies, that’s fine by me.

  • Brian James

    I hope Gareth writes it himself. Monsters proved that he can write characters, and the main criticisms of this movie are a)The characters and b)more monster screentime.

    Address the issues with this film and make another that absolutely kicks ass. I loved this movie, and I’m seeing it again tomorrow.

    This is amazing news. Also make sure to get Alexandre Desplat back, as the music was incredible. I’ve had the soundtrack on non stop since Friday.

    Kick ass!

    B

    • DEADP00L

      Where did you get the soundtrack?! I want it!! It was amazing!

      • Brian James

        Amazon has the disc and a d/l version. I could tiny url the link, but it’ll come up as soon as you search for it on their site. It’s great, enjoy!

        B

      • DEADP00L

        Done and done. Thanks man I had no idea about it having kept myself in the dark for this movie.

    • mbmarquis69

      I want to see Edwards go all out with monster mayhem. I think he held back (smartly) on that for this film to give the ending more impact. It worked. What he did best was staging. Every scene with a beast on screen was brilliant. I want to see what his idea for a follow up is now that he no longer has to tease the audience with glimpses of the big guy.

      • Brian James

        Oh, absolutely. Agreed on all counts.

        B

  • http://maxhardcore.com Captain Ron

    -Get a new Director that can nurture character development properly and not use something as grandiose as Godzilla as an experiment (which failed) in pacing, tension and suspense. Possibly hire Gareth Edwards to co-helm SFX duties with Jim Rygiel.

    -Get an entirely different set of people to handle the script. No B-movie capeshit-grade rookies from here on out.

    -If you’re going to have acting talent consisting of Oscar, Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe winners & nominees…fucking use them.

    -Get somebody else to write a new score that isn’t a half-assed quasi-upbeat John Williams rip-off.

    -Don’t swindle your core audience with a marketing campaign that managed to fill the viewer with more dread and horror in a 1 1/2 minute spot than could be accomplished in the full 123 minutes of the film itself.

    -Show some respect for the biggest co-star of a Godzilla film (aside from any other monster), which is whatever city he happens to be destroying. The city of San Francisco was absolutely underutilized. Do what needs to be done in funding some decent external and internal scenery shots instead of relying on green screens and the streets of Vancouver to save the day all the time. The very fact that the Transamerica Pyramid and the Sutro Tower were left standing is absolutely offensive to any self-respecting Godzilla fan.

    -Get a bigger budget so you can render more than 10 minutes of Godzilla (or at least get a new director to handle pacing well enough to compensate for lack thereof)

    You follow my 7-point plan and you will get this franchise back on the right track. Godzilla (2014) is sitting dangerously close to the 1998 mess than I would like to admit and I watched it twice this last weekend. Get your fucking shit together NOW.

    • DEADP00L

      Dude relax and just chill out. Damn.

      • http://maxhardcore.com Captain Ron

        Absolutely not, and you shouldn’t settle either

      • DEADP00L

        I cannot believe you think it’s like the 1998 mess. You completely missed the plot.

      • http://maxhardcore.com Captain Ron

        I didn’t miss a thing but the 15 bucks I spent after I left the theater. The plot itself was literally hand fed to the audience by character exposition, nobody missed anything.

        And before I get called some diluted capeshit fanboy, my collection of over 50 different copies of godzilla films across all formats since my first VHS taping of a TNT monster-vision marathon in 1992 and my bandai super premium godzilla sitting next to me right now say otherwise.

      • DEADP00L

        Actually I was going to call you a Transformers fanboy because that’s what you want – only with Godzilla. Your entire 7 step ‘plan’ is exactly why Transformers is a sack of crap. I don’t care what collection you have, you came in here blasting away and it’s just the worst attitude to have if you ever hope to be heard.

      • http://maxhardcore.com Captain Ron

        Listen, i’ve read your posts before and this is my last response to you. To be frank, you’re barometer of good taste is misaligned. The points I touched on are what needs to be done to rectify what problems everyone has been consistently complaining about to make not just a great Godzilla film, but a great film overall.

      • DEADP00L

        Right because you know my taste so intimately. People are going to complain either way. This way at least this movie is entertaining, fun, watchable and worth buying. To this day I don’t own a single TF movie but I will be buying Godzilla the second my eyes lock onto it on amazon.

        This movie is worth it all. The wait, the time, and the money.

      • Grayden

        Godzilla has only appeared on film 33 times. I own them all as well. You can talk all day about being a huge fan, but most of what you’ve said is complete and utter nonsense. People who know Godzilla know the things wrong with this film are the same things wrong with every Godzilla film.

        The “points” you touched on are YOUR opinion, not fact. No studio would contemplate your “7-Step Guide to Making Mindless Disaster Porn”. Come to think of it, you’d fit right in with the drones over at the ‘Bay Academy of How Not to Make a Movie’.

      • BigJimSlade

        You spelled “your” wrong but other than that, hard to disagree with you, Cap’n”

      • MJ

        The NAYSAYER makes his daily appearance.

      • Brian Sleider

        Transformers may not be Oscar winners but they are FUN!!! Which is all some movies need to be. FFS we are talking about robots that can turn into cars and giant monsters, not Macbeth.

      • Brian Sleider

        Transformers may not be Oscar winners but they are FUN!!! Which is all some movies need to be. FFS we are talking about robots that can turn into cars and giant monsters, not Macbeth.

      • HORSEFLESH

        It’s a stupid monster film made for the lowest common denominator- much like the originals.

      • World’s Finest Comments

        What’s it like being a philistine, Horseflesh?

      • HORSEFLESH

        You tell me.

      • MJ

        I would really prefer than that you do not see any future G movies. I don’t really want to go to to the theater to see moveis in this great new franchise and have my experience soiled by people in the audience like you who don’t appreciate or understand an updated 21st Century Godzilla.

        Stay at home at watch Godzuki DVD’s from now on. You presence at these new series of movies is not welcome, and is not required. STAY AT HOME.

      • http://maxhardcore.com Captain Ron

        I would really prefer that you kiss my black ass

      • MJ

        Godzuki says hi! I know you love it when the little guy talks.

      • Brian Sleider

        I actually like the Emerich film better, I’ve rewatched it sense, and while the acting is hammy and the plot retarded the action was there throughout and satisfying. I found the acting in this one bad but not hammy, and the plot was standard faire with Godzilla tossed in. I can enjoy the camp that comes with 1998 Godzilla for what it is. I cannot enjoy the boring people and lack of action in this let down.

    • ThulsaBoom

      I agree on all your points (aside from I’m not mad at their bang up marketing campaign), but I also I agree with some other posters here that the problems with this Godzilla, are the same problems nearly every Godzilla film has. In that respect, I didn’t mind slogging through some of the human characters journey’s, because I had done it in other Godzilla films. Being from the Bay Area, I especially agree with your assertion that San Francisco could have been used to a fuller extent. The fight should have started in Oakland really, and built up to destroying San Francisco.

      Bottom line, I think the things you said would make a ‘better’ Godzilla movie, maybe even the best Godzilla movie. But, this was leaps and bounds better than America’s last attempt.

      • Grayden

        But the city isn’t the star, or even a co-star. It just happens to be more visually shocking to see a city laid to waste from two, or three, giant monsters trampling it underfoot whilst engaged in combat. Godzilla isn’t about destroying a city; it doesn’t intentionally destroy anything. It’s huge, we’re small, and it doesn’t care about buildings. You have to remember, Godzilla was a metaphor for the atomic bombs dropped on Japan. The destruction Godzilla creates is just a mirror of the destruction the bombs created. Nature is a destructive force, and we are helpless in the face of it. It shouldn’t matter what city is shown, destruction is destruction.

    • MJ

      Shesh, what movie did you see?
      What the Fuk?

    • mbmarquis69

      You must really hate the other Godzilla movies because all of your gripes can be found in nearly all of them.

      • Brian Sleider

        The other ones have camp in their favor and do not take themselves seriously. This on the other hand………………the wasted potential.

    • Brian Sleider

      Agreed.

    • Brian Sleider

      Agreed.

  • Rupert’Rip’Reed

    NICE!

  • Dare Devil

    I was kinda disappointed by the movie I was there to see Godzilla wrecking a havoc while beating the shit out of other monsters & saving the day for puny humans which he did any way, but his screen time was so short that I wasn’t even sure that I am watching Godzilla or have come for a rerun of Cloverfield which showed literally zero Cloverfield. Every time Godzilla is shown it’s shown through human characters perspective which was not good because it always ended showing only when they were trying hide behind a doors buildings etc they should have shown him in full fury totally neglecting human perspective stop showing him through human eyes on ground & behind closing doors he fought with other monsters like just for 5min & majority of beating was taken by Godzilla damn it he’s King of Monsters ….

    • DEADP00L

      It seems I curse Michael Bay now everyday. This is what happens when a population is force fed crap for so long that when they finally get a taste of a good meal that they have to feed themselves; that is both healthy, tasty and requires slow digesting, they can’t understand why their taste buds are suddenly stimulated. They are so used to being fed and fed crap.

      • Dare Devil

        Dude I don’t even like transformers…. my problem was it was suppose to be Godzilla movie in which human characters were suppose to be cameos & Godzilla the main star & not the way around even the other monsters got more screen time than Godzilla…

      • Doug

        I wish people would stop with the Michael Bay excuses. Godzilla was just boring. It has nothing to do with any of Bay’s crap.

      • DEADP00L

        Watch the classic and you’ll find he has even less screen time.

      • Dare Devil

        yes I know but when he appears on screen it has to be him, him, & just him, in classics this was the thing they did. when you’re star arrives give him the full scope to show him his might, rage & total badass awesomeness & not show the star from a fan’s perspective watching from crowd now U see him then U don’t then again U see him that’s all want to say …

      • DEADP00L

        Batman gets less screen time than the Joker does in TDK. Dinos got less screen time than the humans in Jurassic Park and the Lost world. The shark in Jaws gets no screen time and its all about the humans yet the title of the movie is Jaws. Even ET doesn’t appear in every scene of his own movie.

        The point is less is more specifically in a movie this HUGE. You cannot get an idea of it’s scale with constant shots of just Godzilla, it gets completely diluted and you forget you’re looking at a titan or you just don’t know his massive scale – like in Transformers you never get a sense of what you’re looking at it’s all a mess.

        It was the human perspective that gave this movie its gigantic vantage.

        This movie is not meant to lead the viewer the way stupid movies do; where you just turn off your brain and feel absolutely nothing nor care if you ever see it again. It’s meant to get you to want more and follow along and to grow in anticipation – which it did. This movie is so good it doesn’t even need a sequel it can literally stand on its own.

      • Brian Sleider

        Funny I did just turn my brain off because all the acting was bad the story was bad and the drama was so weak it wasn’t funny “Oh no the kids are going to die on the bridge” Yeh really original shit in this movie.

      • DEADP00L

        PG-13 nuff said. You want to watch children die with peopel wailing, screaming for mercy and crying? Go watch a documentary on genocides there is plenty of the real stuff in those. Jeez. We get already the human aspect was under developed – seriously we got iiiit.

      • Brian Sleider

        MY point is scenes like that are so canned they are pointless there is no suspense or drama, the kids wont die, we ALL knew it. Making the whole scene pointless.

      • DEADP00L

        And we all know that a titan godzilla would never happen in real life making the entire notion of a movie on the very thing entirely pointless.

        Seriously? Stop it. The list of scenes canned can be traced in ALL fiction and if you really can’t think outside of the laws of reality you have no business watching science fiction.

      • Brian Sleider

        Your debate skills are sorely lacking fanboy.

      • DEADP00L

        Says the guy with no retort to make.

      • DEADP00L

        PG-13 nuff said. You want to watch children die with peopel wailing, screaming for mercy and crying? Go watch a documentary on genocides there is plenty of the real stuff in those. Jeez. We get already the human aspect was under developed – seriously we got iiiit.

      • Brian Sleider

        This SOOOOO MUCH!!!! He didnt need to be in every frame of every scene, but when he is there SHOW HIM, not the ants scurrying.

      • Brian Sleider

        This SOOOOO MUCH!!!! He didnt need to be in every frame of every scene, but when he is there SHOW HIM, not the ants scurrying.

      • mbmarquis69

        I was pretty happy with the other monsters. They were weird and awesome every moment they were on screen.

        A movie packed with 2 hours of Godzilla and little or no human characters would satisfy only a small subset of viewers. Everyone else — including me — would be bored.

        Conversely, too many bland humans (as was the case in this Godzilla movie) doesn’t help either. That’s something I hope they fix next time around.

      • lordjim

        so true, now this was a blockbuster how they should be made, and people are complaining because they didn´t get the same boring exhausting stuff they usually dig.well they shouldn´t be afraid i´m sure pacific rim 2 is on it´s way, and michael bay isn´t dead either.besides it´s the human perspective that makes godzilla so huge and fascinating, gareth did this just right.the only complain i have is why they even bothered to get juliette binoche, they could have used some random bystander for that “character”.

      • DEADP00L

        Exactly, even Liz’s role could have been played by anybody and seems to have been cut short because all those actors wouldn’t have signed on if those were what the roles were. I really do think we need a Directors cut with additional scenes and sequences because this movies been in production since 2010 and had to be downsized to just 2 hours. There is a lot of material we could be getting in the months to come and I for one can’t wait.

      • Brian Sleider

        Yeh we must be brainwashed. Who wants to see Godzilla fight monsters in a Godzilla movie? Piss off, if this movie had EVERYTHING the same but showed a few prolonged fight scenes From like the TV camera in the chopper perspective it would have been GREAT! But instead we got teased, even in the finale, and cut away to bland 1 dimensional characters doing some boring half assed military movie crossed with a “I will make it home” movie.

      • DEADP00L

        Somebody never watched the classics. Maybe the 1998 version is for you then because that had all the crap you want – oh wait that wasn’t Godzilla. We get it you guys like it and you wanted more Godzilla – hence the sequel.

      • Brian Sleider

        I have watched all the classics, what do they have? Cheesy not too serious plots then a BAD ASS finale where the stupid plot takes a back seat to action. THIS IS NOT WHAT HAPPENED IN GODZILLA!!!! The human plot was the story we followed even when the stars were fighting. And it took itself WAY to serious.

      • DEADP00L

        So go watch Transformers if you want stupid, silly and regurgitated nonsense on loop. Takes itself too seriously… really? What was Cloverfeild? How about Aliens? This is a MONSTER movie there are no plots in monster movies. What was the plot in Cloverfeild – none. Just a bunch of people running and screaming with a handheld. You just don’t get monster movies. What about Jurassic Park? They go to an island full of dinosaurs then start running away from those dinosaurs and get off the island the same way they went in – some plot. Maybe that movie should have been about a t-rex being friends with a 9 year old boy and they could both skip to school for show and tell. Hang out doing stuff before trex remembers he’s a dino and eats the kid.

        My Gods I mean the only ones here taking Godzilla too seriously are you guys.The funny thing is you guys enjoyed it too but you just can’t accept that and just have to find SOMETHING about it – even when that something is the same something every Godzilla movie suffered from.

      • Brian Sleider

        Cloverfield was a found footage movie and as such will be held to different standards. I still thought CF was a bit of a let down as well though. Aliens was jam packed with action and cool scene, maybe you mean Alien, which was more of a horror/suspense movie than an action movie. Jurassic Park while a fun movie was a MAJOR let down to anyone who had read the book, A shell of the story written on the pages. SO much so they were able to make a third movie using the stuff they cut from the first one. But you are trying to shoehorn a Kaiju movie into a variety of differing genres and it doesn’t fit in them. As for your last supposition, I cannot speak for others but what little I liked about this movie is drastically outweighed by all the shit that sucked. For 10 seconds I was a kid again when his tail lit up, only to be ripped away to some throw aways hump a bomb to the Bay. From your posts though you seem like a fanboy troll so I will not longer respond.

      • DEADP00L

        Fanboy troll, why? Because I disagree – as per usual. Seriously I can’t wait for it to be 15 years from now so that entire retort is forgotten.

      • Brian Sleider

        Yeh we must be brainwashed. Who wants to see Godzilla fight monsters in a Godzilla movie? Piss off, if this movie had EVERYTHING the same but showed a few prolonged fight scenes From like the TV camera in the chopper perspective it would have been GREAT! But instead we got teased, even in the finale, and cut away to bland 1 dimensional characters doing some boring half assed military movie crossed with a “I will make it home” movie.

  • MJ

    Wow, Amazing Spiderman 2 is now completely tanking domestically. It will probably not even make $200M now.

  • Gayzilla

    This movie was a f-ing turd! What a letdown. Godzilla himself looked badass, but he was barely in it and he felt more like an after thought.

    • DEADP00L

      Barely in it? How about the T-rex in Jurassic Park? Actually how much
      screen time do the dinos really get compared to the humans? If you time
      it the dinos probably only take up 35 min of the entire movie – and it’s
      called Jurassic Park with most of the dinos not even from the Jurassic
      period. How about Jaws the shark has almost no screen time at all and
      it’s called jaws. What about Cloverfeild? How much human is there in
      that Vs monster time? Even less time than Godzilla but it’s presence is felt. How about classic Godzilla how much screen time did
      he have?
      People complain about the screen time when really Godzilla has enough
      screen time it’s just that the human element was flat just like in the
      classic.

      Everyone enjoyed it not that people hated it, they really enjoyed it. It’s just that Godzilla was so good on screen and the fights were so amazing people just couldn’t get enough after all that build up. Even if he had 30 more minutes that time would race by –because he was that good and that’s what a good movie does. It leaves people hungry for more hence needing a sequel.

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  • poppincherry

    A 2nd Godzilla would be stupid. What’s there to say or do. How many more goddamn buildings do you really need to wreck. This movie was awesome on all types of levels. Expect for that bitch who played Kickass. I swear he hates kissing women. His chemistry with Olsen was as cold ad ICE!!!!!!
    Just my two cents.

    • Pk

      Hehe heard he’s married to a 40 year old woman

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  • Grendal Sven

    They need to let Del Toro make it, and bring in Mechagodzilla as the antagonist.

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