The final trailer for Godzilla: King Of The Monsters has been released, One King To Rule Them All. It features a few new clips along with footage shown previously, check it out below.
Check out the new poster above and the trailer below, May can't come fast enough. Update: character posters added for the other monsters.
We finally got our Godzilla: King Of The Monster presentation at Tokyo Comic Con and there was good stuff and well not such good stuff. We got a teaser trailer without much new footage but not the full trailer we were hoping for. We did get some new production stills and clips including what may have been a Muto (possibly a flashback, in trailer in Tweet). We got the large statue reveal of Godzilla, as well as the S.H. MonsterArts figure reveals. A positive thing was we were told we would get a trailer soon. Check out some of the images and teaser below.More info as we get it.
We posted on our Facebook page that there will be something pertaining to Godzilla: King Of The Monsters at Tokyo Comic Con, we are getting more info on this. There will be a stage presentation on Saturday Dec 1st at 12:20 with guests, Michael Dougherty and possible others, and possibly a new trailer. There will be a 2 meter tall statue that will be revealed at the panel. Also announced is something from Tamashii's S.H. MonsterArts, a possible reveal or maybe just a tease, the figure is a Yuji Sakai design and will stand 16cm tall. There will also be a poster giveaway (same poster image as SDCC, image below) which is limited to 3,000. While many of the details are still vague there has been enough teases that we should definitely get something. The official Godzilla Twitter page has also posted a new film screenshot (and a better pic of Dougherty), also posted below. Also of note there was a post by another site that NECA would reveal something but the post was pulled, NECA than said it didn't know of anything (via Twitter). But oddly NECA seemed to back track themselves and hinted at a teaser but no full reveal till they would be allowed by Warner/Legendary/Toho. More info on all this as we get it.
The trailer seems to have some updated shots with clearer visuals, there is also a Muto in the Las Vegas scene.
While from all accounts it wasn't a trailer but footage (I wasn't there so I can't say definitely), the crowd certainly seems to be in awe over it. More info as we get it, below is some of what Gareth Edwards said via Zap2It.
Update: The reveal was footage of the Hawaii scenes some of what we have seen in glimpses in the trailers but there is also a reveal of Muto that we haven't and the beginning of a showdown between Godzilla and Muto. Check out the video below.
"We did think about looping the [trailer] footage for two hours," Edwards jokes of the well-received trailer for his movie. Don't worry -- there is still other footage. In it, we actually meet the monster: "Godzilla tells you who he is," says Edwards.
(Original post had trailer which was removed per Warner Bros.)