We've seen dozens of fake designs for Legendary's upcoming Godzilla flick, and all have proved to be fake. Recently, though, the folks at Toho Kingdom got their hands on two new images of what the creature could look like that are indeed the real McCoy.
In the northeast corner of the Dread Central offices, we have a tiny shrine built to the king of all monsters, Godzilla. Each morning we leave an offering of mini-military vehicles in a tiny basket at his mighty feet, just praying that the new American flick will actually be good. Speaking of which, there's been some more movement on its front.
Let us be clear ... the image that you're about to see depicting what could be Legendary Pictures' take on Godzilla is completely and totally UNCONFIRMED. That being said ... damn it's cool, but we wouldn't hold our breath.
Hi, Legendary Pictures? Yeah, it's me, Uncle Creepy. Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. Just writing to you in regard to your upcoming remake of the classic film Godzilla.
The news that David Goyer has been hired by Legendary Pictures to pen Godzilla doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Isn’t there some unwritten law in Hollywood that the prolific Mr. Goyer must at some point have his hand in crafting every popular geek property in Hollywood?
Well, this is some interesting news. According to Screen Daily UK producer-distributor Vertigo Films is ramping up the sequel for Gareth Edwards' Monsters. They've already signed on a pair of directors and provided a brief description of what we can expect.
I don't think it's possible for anyone to want an actual good Godzilla flick more than we do here at Dread Central. Big G is close to all of our hearts and when news broke that another American one was on the way our hopes kind of sunk weighed down by memories of giant iguana chickens and bad New York accents. Then a glimmer of optimism appeared in the form of director Gareth Edwards.
On February 13th at the 2011 Orange British Academy Film Awards, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) will be honouring Sir Christopher Lee, one of the horror genre's most beloved icons, with its Academy Fellowship. “It’s a very unexpected but very great honour to find myself in such distinguished company to receive the fellowship", said Lee of the award.
One of my favorite films of last year was Gareth Edwards' Monsters. Part sci-fi epic, part intricate character study, the film blew me away from beginning to end. With its home release this week, I was excited to have the opportunity to catch up with Edwards again during his press rounds.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Whitney Able, Scoot McNairy Directed by Gareth Edwards
Now here's a kick-ass news item to close out the day! The second American made Godzilla film finally has a director! One who is no stranger to giant sized beasties!
While praised by many, Monsters missed the mark for a lot of horror fans. How will you feel when it hits home video? We now have the skinny on when you can draw your own conclusions!
Some folks are raving about Monsters, Gareth Edwards' take on the alien invasion angle, while others are less enthusiastic. As our regular readers know, however, no film is every fully reviewed until Trembles has gotten his hands on it. Synopsis
Yet another one-sheet for Gareth Edwards' take on the alien invasion angle, Monsters, has made its way online, and just like the other dozen bits of artwork made for this flick, we have it here for your horror-loving eyes! Look for the film in limited theatrical release starting today! Synopsis
Reviewed by Heather Wixson Starring Whitney Able, Scoot McNairy Directed by Gareth Edwards