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Friday, November 29, 2013

Elizabeth Olsen Talks Godzilla 2014 And More

From Ain't It Cool News

They posted an interview with Elizabeth Olsen below is what she had to say about Godzilla 2014 and check out the full interview here to see what else she had to say about Avengers 2 and more.

Capone: Ok, you brought up GODZILLA, and I gotta ask: In my mind, I look at that cast and that’s one of the best casts of any film in recent memory. [It includes Bryan Cranston, Juliette Binoche, Sally Hawkins, Ken Watanabe, David Strathairn and Victor Rasuk.]

EO: It’s ridiculous!

Capone: And I’m just thinking, are we just going to see these amazing actors running away and pointing at something in the sky for two hours? What is going on?

EO: Absolutely will not. [laughs]

Capone: I’m dying to know.

EO: I do that once. It’s Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s film, but the ensemble, we all are somehow connected to Aaron’s character. He’s the root, and I play his wife and I'm the person who holds down the San Francisco prospective of it all. I’m a nurse and I work trying take care of this chaos. GODZILLA is just so deserving of a good American remake, and I really hope we did it and I really feel like we did.

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Thursday, November 28, 2013

Introducing Our Message Boards

Introducing our new message boards check them out, start some discussions, and help build them into active kaiju community. And feel free to give suggestions to make them better, thanks Mike.

Classic Thanksgiving Movie Marathon : Godzilla Vs The Smog Monster 1971

Classic Thanksgiving Movie Marathon : Godzilla Vs Mothra 1964

Jurassic World To Be Set In The Future

From SuperHeroHype

Besides the fact that Universal Pictures will release Jurassic World in 3D on June 12, 2015, we don't know much about what to expect. Rumors have surfaced that the film may be about the park some time later as it is officially open to the public, but the studio has not confirmed that. Fans have also wondered if the movie will serve as a reboot of the franchise. Director Colin Trevorrow has now addressed those worries on Twitter.
"Reboot is a strong word," he said. "This is a new sci-fi terror adventure set 22 years after the horrific events of Jurassic Park."
If it is set 22 years after the first film, it could definitely mean the theme park rumors are accurate.

Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson and Irrfan Khan will star in the film. Steven Spielberg returns to produce. Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a draft of the screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly. Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley join the team as fellow producers.

Classic Thanksgiving Movie Marathon : Godzilla 1954

Happy Thanksgiving All

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Godzilla 2014 Producer Hints At New Japanese Godzilla Movie Featuring Hedorah

An interview with Executive Producer of Godzilla 2014 Yoshimistu Banno over on Godzilla Fans Universe reveals he plans to make a sequel to Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster below is the quote check out the full interview here.

 Universe-G: Seeing this big interest in Kaiju movies in America, have you thought about directing a new giant monster movie or being part of the production of more of these types of films for American and Japanese Fans?

Yoshimitsu Banno: A new character named “Midora” will appear as a green saving monster in the sequel of “Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster”, Midora will help battle Hedorah.

Universe-G: American fans are very passionate and your Godzilla movie is loved by the old and new fans of the Kaiju genre. Is there anything you would like to say to the fans that love your film “Godzilla vs. Hedorah”?

Yoshimitsu Banno: The new “Hedorah” comes out from the toxic sludge contaminated by the radioactive waste from an accident at a nuclear power plant. I wish to realize this film with the collaboration of Godzilla fans from around the world.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

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Part Of Godzilla 2014 To Be Set In 1954

In an interview on Pushing Pixels, cinematographer Seamus McGarvey reveals part of the new Godzilla movie will be set in 1954 and shot in a way to give it a classic feel. Here is a tidbit from the interview.

Kirill: Shooting on film had all the imperfections of the analog medium, from the lens distortion to all the mechanical parts to the grain of the film itself, while capturing on digital sensors is much more exact and, to a certain degree, lifelessly perfect. Do you see it as a certain magic that will be gone from the moviegoing experience? 
Seamus: It is, and I did like those aberrations. We can still preserve this with lenses, for instance, that are now more vital as we put them in front of the sensor. On “Godzilla” I used the old C series anamorphic lenses, and for the section in 1954 I used really old vintage lenses from the early 1960s. They took the edge off of the very vivid, sharp sensors, and gave it a distant period feel. That’s exciting as glass is coming back in terms of lending difference to each project that we do. It’s nice to be able to interfere with image, to sort of mess it up a bit. 
There’s a lot more that we do now in digital intermediate [DI]. That becomes a much more important part of my job because of the possibilities of the manipulation. Now I try to have my contract include that they keep me on to DI. You used to do it physically with film stock, pushing and pulling different processes, and now it’s done entirely digitally. In some ways you have a lot more control in the digital realm, and it’s not baked in either. 
I still conceive of something of how I would do it on film, so I’m not just sitting in the DI trying this and that. I still have the same disciplined approach to imagining what the image might be. For example, for the 1950s section on “Godzilla” I knew that they look I wanted was a peeled look with muted colors and diffusion on the highlights, a sense of period distance. I found a lot of photographs and magazines, and I knew that I wanted the blacks to be imbued with a tint of magenta. I assembled a lot of references, and I was able to show it and do some tests in advance. We nailed the look when we established a lookup table which we applied every time we shot those section. It was the same pre-conception of what we were going to do on the day.

Saturday, November 23, 2013


Oodako (オオダコ, Ōdako) is a giant octopus kaiju created by Toho Studios that first appeared in the 1962 Godzilla film, King Kong vs. Godzilla. It returned in War of the Gargantuas. Oodako is also known as the "Daidako" (Giant Octopus) and "The Giant Devilfish". Oodako also appeared in the alternate ending for the movie Frankenstein Conquers the World.

Toho's official name for the creature is simply "Giant Octopus", as shown in promotional material for Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.. Oodako is a fanmade nickname which translates to giant octopus, like Ootokage for the giant lizard and Ookondoru for the giant condor.

King Kong vs. Godzilla
In King Kong vs. Godzilla, Oodako crawls ashore on Farou Island and attacks a village hut in an attempt to get the special soma berry juice that the natives store there. The natives, along with members of a pharmaceutical company, attempt to defeat Oodako with spears and shotguns, but to no avail. King Kong then appears behind a giant wooden fence, crumbling it with his bare hands and throwing the pieces at Oodako. Kong grabs Oodako, but the octopus holds tightly on to Kong's head. After a short struggle, Kong pulls the monster off and throws it to the ground. He then throws two boulders at Oodako's head. Oodako flees back to the beach and presumably returned to the sea, Kong beating his chest and roaring in victory.

Frankenstein vs. Baragon
In the alternate ending for Frankenstein Conquers the World, after Frankenstein defeats Baragon, Oodako comes from the sea and fights Frankenstein. Frankenstein battles fiercely, but can't compete with Oodako's numerous and powerful tentacles. Oodako drags Frankenstein in to the water, seemingly to his death.

War of the Gargantuas
In War of the Gargantuas, Oodako attacks a fishing boat, but is defeated by the Green Gargantua, Gaira.

King Kong vs. Godzilla
War of the Gargantuas
Frankenstein vs. Baragon (Alternate Ending)

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