Is This the Design for Legendary's Godzilla?

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.

Legendary Pictures has hired David Goyer to pen the screenplay for Monsters director Gareth Edwards’ big budget Hollywood revamping of Godzilla from a previous draft by David Callaham. Again, not surprising given Goyer’s work with Legendary Pictures on the new Batman and Superman movies.

Check out the latest image below courtesy of InfamousKidd.com, who claim that Hector A. Arce, a creature/fantasy sculptor, is part of the design team for Legendary's film and that Warner's reboot will also feature Godzilla as a man in a rubber suit with the head controlled by animatronics, and any touch-ups needed for the final film will then fall upon CGI. Again, this is all UNCONFIRMED so take it with a grain of salt. Feel free to speculate below.

Is This the Design for Legendary's Godzilla?

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Source: Infamous Kidd



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Submitted by simab on Sat, 06/23/2012 - 11:11pm.
aliensharkboy's picture

As long as it's a man in a suit, I'm 100% excited for this!

Submitted by aliensharkboy on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 11:05am.
MagusMaleficus's picture

Nope. That's been around for a while. Too bad, 'tis a good look.

EDIT: And if anybody needs proof, this is the guy who made the sculpture: http://fritofrito.deviantart.com/

Submitted by MagusMaleficus on Mon, 10/03/2011 - 10:26pm.
Vanvance1's picture

Good, I'm glad it's a fake. I hate the snout and the round warts.

I'm okay with CGI atomic fire, that's where the CGI should begin and end.

Submitted by Vanvance1 on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 1:13pm.

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