The full Godzilla theatrical trailer makes it very clear that this summer's destruct-o-thon boasts one hell of a big monster, even if we only see the King of Monsters oh-so fleetingly.
A handy new size chart stacks the latest iteration of Toho's city-stomping reptile against his predecessors, confirming that this is indeed the hugest Gojira on the books.
After months of being oppressed by Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, the giant lizard minority is finally standing tall before the world.
Two new magazine covers present the title character in this summer's Godzilla reboot, providing by far our best looks at the kaiju to end all kaijus and finally showing off Gojira's handsome mug.
The full theatrical trailer for this summer's Godzilla is all manner of effective, selling the horrifying scale of the titular beast's destructive rampage while still keeping Gojira's screen time intriguingly short.
Fog City takes a shellacking on the latest teaser poster for the Godzilla remake, a poster that also shows off a bit more of the iconic beast as he'll appear in this summer's big budget remake.
Yesterday's reveal of the first real teaser Godzilla trailer went over like gangbusters, and now we have three official morsels of promotion for the kaiju reboot for anyone and everyone who got a kick out of the trailer.
Those official morsels: an international trailer, TV spot, and a domestic teaser poster that represents one of the trailer's big moments while still keeping Godzilla himself obscured.
The first teaser trailer for next year's Godzilla takes its time showing off the one-reptile wrecking machine.
That's in its favor, though, as it establishes a basic human connection, builds a sense of immense scale, and catalogs some massive devastation before finally revealing the great beast himself.
No matter how many standout human actors appear in next year's remake, the star of Godzilla is the the irradiated reptile himself.
Though lucky fans at Comic-Con got a sense the beast's new look, Legendary Pictures has kept the new Godzilla's appearance secret, showing off naught but teasing looks so far.
That changes today, with a close-up of Godzilla's face making the rounds online and assuring fans burned by the 1998 effort that this Godzilla will get the basics right.
On Monday, as we set up base camp on Mount Comic-Con, our party was buried under a massive avalanche of posters debuting specifically for the Con.
Today, as we began our ascent towards the peak of this inhospitable mountain, another onrush of one-sheets has devastated IAR's expedition, trapping several Sherpas under a metric ton of posters for films like You're Next, The Lego Movie, 300: Rise of an Empire, Seventh Son, and the Godzilla remake.
The world's most famous radioactive reptile is storming Southern California!
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are utilizing San Diego Comic-Con to push next year's Godzilla remake in a huge way via an ostensibly viral marketing effort that now includes a piece of concept art and a real attraction in proximity to the San Diego Convention Center.
"Basically, for all you Godzilla fans, something very big is headed to San Diego," director Gareth Edwards says in his latest bite-sized update from the set of the Godzilla remake from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures.
With the film's viral effort ramping up in anticipation of Comic-Con, there are some goodies from the mystery-building marketing effort. More importantly, perhaps, an official listing for the film's Hall H panel hasrevealed that the title character isn't just facing off with humanity; in next summer's Godzilla, the beast will fight other Toho-style monsters.