No, Godzilla’s not becoming a meth head, that’s not what makes him breathe fire, but as the reboot of Godzilla comes together, the main man of Breaking Bad may be battling an even bigger foe than speed.
Frank Darabont is the screenwriter/director who gave us the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s Shawshank Redemption.
Just when you think everything is going fine with The Walking Dead and Godzilla, chaos ensues.
When the news hit that Godzilla was going to be remade again, it felt like a mixed blessing.
It’s been in the works for quite some time, there was even a teaser trailer shown at Comic-Con, but now it’s official: Godzilla will be back in 3D on May 16, 2014.
Yes, there is yet another Godzilla revival in the works, and why not? I mean, everything's getting rebooted these days, and the great beast could absolutely use one.
Legendary Pictures has confirmed that it is in the process of remaking the classic monster film.
Like it or not, until one of them really flops, movies based on games are what Hollywood's intent on making at the moment.
Legendary Pictures is trying to pull off what no American studio has been able to do yet: make a good Godzilla movie.
The fallout from the last American Godzilla film is long gone. But now Legendary Pictures, the same company behind Clash of the Titans, The Dark Knight, Inception, and 300, wants to give the big guy another shot.
It’s hard to think of Godzilla being someone to turn to when things go bad, but after the devastation in Japan this past March, there were several articles written about how the monster may help people cope with fear.