An EPIC new TV spot for Mike Dougherty's Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters has been released online this morning by Warner Brothers. This TV spot, titled Beautiful features a ton of exciting new footage - most of which involve Ghidorah being unleashed and battling Mothra and Rodan before Godzilla is awoken to put a stop to Ghidorah's reign. Watch the exciting new footage below and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section! Screenshots are on the way...
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This article was written By Chris and published on 2019-03-28 05:24:46
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17 Fan responses to Ghidorah battles Mothra and Rodan in NEW Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters TV Spot!
Hahaha basically. I love the imagery of this spot. I'm preparing a new post actually to address some of it. Everything shown was deliberate and I believe has deeper meaning. Will be fun to discuss and speculate on!
Also - Rodan has serious balls. I can't wait to see him take on Ghidorah.
That was very cool! They've done a really nice job with these trailers, from what they've shown, to pacing, and especially music. When they first announced the monster line-up for this movie back in 2014, I’ll be the first to admit I was not overly excited. I felt that Ghidorah, Rodan and Mothra had been used and retread more than enough times and I was like, “Meh.” As uninspiring as the MUTOs were in the first movie, I liked that they were new monsters; something a bit different. Since I’ve been seeing snippets of this since last year I’ve gotten far more stoked for this. I love how they’ve seemingly breathed new life into those three and I’m hoping the final product lives up to expectations, because I’m really excited to see this.
On another note entirely, I know that the name Ghidorah is pronounced Ghi-Dora and has been at least since GVsKG (’91), but I grew up knowing the name as and pronouncing it Ghee-Drah (Anglo pronunciation, perhaps?). I know it's pronounced that way in the English dub of Ghidorah and Monster Zero, so maybe. It will always be Ghee-Drah to me; sounds much cooler!
@Tayla Mayde I'll have to re-watch Ghidorah and Monster Zero in Japanese, but it's definitely Ghee-Drah in the English dubs, so maybe in the translation it got changed. In any case, I've never been able to call him/it Ghi-Dora. Always be Ghee-Drah to me. Just a preference at this point.
The definitely pronounce it "Ghee-Drah" in the dub. Bellucci Productions dubbed Ghidorah: The Three Headed Monster and supposedly thought the "o" vowel was redundant. So they tried to make it closer to "hydrah" do to the similarities.
I grew up with this pronunciation as well, but was sort of relieved when it was officially recognized as "Ghi-Dora" in English. Sounds more alien and less western inspired.
Watching Ghidorah: The Three Headed Monster now in Japanese, and they pronounce it Ghee-da-rah (three syllables), but definitely with the emphasis on Ghee and not Dor, as it is now. Had to double check; it wasn't a strictly American thing.
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