The first official trailer for Godzilla: The Planet Eater, the third of the three Godzilla anime films has been released check it out below.
A number of film announcements happened yesterday getting fans excited for the future, while not all were kaiju related they were coll none the less. First was the announcement (at Anime Expo) of the premiere of Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle on Netflix on July 18, less than two weeks away. The second announcement, also involving Netflix, was of a new Ultraman Anime (based on the Ultraman Manga comic) will debut in 2019, promo poster and promo and announcement videos below. Production for Ultraman is handled by Production IG and Sola Digital Arts. Also announced, while not kaiju related but big, is that Legendary will be making a Mobile Suit Gundam live action film, one of the most influential giant robot sagas of all time. It will be produced with Sunrise Inc. Poster and announcement video at bottom.
Toho has released a new trailer for the Godzilla Anime sequel, Fixed Battle Mobile Promotion City(?), that will be released May 18, 2018 in Japan.
The first trailer for Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle (English title, Japanese title Godzilla: Battle Mobile Breeding City) was released and gives more hints into the films story, as well as hints of Mechagodzilla and other weapons and characters. The film is scheduled for release on May 18 2018 in Japan. We have also included stills from the trailer below.
Netflix has finally announced the release of Godzilla: Planet Of The Monsters, it will hit the streaming service January 17. The film will be available in both dubbed and subtitled (with original Japanese voices) versions. You can view the Japanese trailer below or click the link here to view the English dubbed trailer.
Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (Monster Planet) is the first of an animated trilogy from Toho and was released in Japan on November 17, 2017 with Netflix distributing the film worldwide some time this year. It is directed by Kobun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita, with Toho Animation and Polygon Pictures handling production duties. It also features a strong voice cast with the likes of Yuuki Kaji, Takahiro Sakurai, Mamoru Miyano, Junichi Suwabe, Kana Hanazawa, and Tomokazu Sugita.
Toho and Polygon pictures have revealed a new trailer, and poster and with that Godzilla's full design. Above is the poster and below is the trailer. The poster features the tagline "Who will be eradicated? Man or Godzilla?" The English language title for the film is Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters. Of note the images and trailer prove the "Grootzilla" images and coloring to be false, as we have posted previously.
Update: we've added the 30 second trailer as well below the full trailer.
Toho has released a teaser trailer for Godzilla: Kaiju (Monster) Planet and we also have our first reveal of a kaiju in the film, Servum. Check out the new kaiju below along with the trailer and a still of Godzilla shown as well.
Subspecies organism of Godzilla discovered by Earth landing troops. Name of the classification "Servum". 97% agree with Godzilla's cell data collected at 2032 nuclear attack that mankind did against Godzilla before the Escape. Similar to Godzilla, living tissues very closely resembling metals have the property of generating strong electromagnetic force. Two types of flightable flight Servum and worm type crawling on the ground have been confirmed, the flight type is worm type, the worm type supplements smaller species, forming a food chain. (Translated from Japanese)
Toho released two trailers today a 30 second spot (below) and a full trailer (above) and there was pics (bottom) and info from Cinema Today (Japan) and the official Shin Godzilla site. The movie, which is to be released July 29th, will be released in IMAX as well as 4D ([4DX] [MX4D]) at the same time in Japan. It seems to hint that this will be the biggest release of the year in Japan, I don't doubt it.
Toho has released a teaser trailer (above) as well as poster (below) for Shin Gojira/Godzilla: Resurgence the forthcoming Japanese Godzilla film. The movie, slated for release in 2016, will be the first Godzilla film by TOHO since 2004's Godzilla: Final Wars. Also reveal in an article in Japan's Chunichi Sports his size will be 118.5 meters tall, that's just under 389 feet and about 10 meters taller than Legendary's version.