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Countdown to Godzilla vs. Kong 4K! To celebrate the upcoming release of Godzilla vs Kong in 4K Ultra HD on June 23 we are taking a trip through the MonsterVerse! Up first is the one that started it all, GODZILLA (2014).
Japan’s monstrous national treasure had never fared well in the hands of Hollywood, until British filmmaker Gareth Edwards returned Godzilla to his roots and the hero status he enjoyed in many of the Toho productions, as well as capturing the tone of the original 1954 film.
“The original 1954 version is a very serious film.” says Edwards. “People maybe think it’s a B-movie, but when you watch it again, it’s really an analogy and a metaphor for things like Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It’s a very serious take on a monster movie.”
That’s not to say there isn’t a lot of fun to be had in Edwards’ update. There are mosquito-like adversaries for Godzilla to fight, Bryan Cranston as a twitchy scientist who suspects something monstrous is stirring, Godzilla’s dorsal fins slicing through the sea, and his trademark radioactive exhale. The MonsterVerse is born!