A new advertisement for Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters has been spotted and features a surprising amount of new footage and dialogue! In this ad, we see Godzilla wrestling around with Ghidorah(?), we get more dialogue introducing Ghidorah's name and we get a few new glimpses of the Rodan vs. Mothra battle, Godzilla using his atomic ray against Ghidorah, Fire Godzilla and more! Check out the new ad:
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This article was written By Chris and published on 2019-04-09 06:52:25
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This kind of blitz makes me wonder if the movie isn't tracking very well and WB is amping it up early.
I mean, Detective Pikachu doesn't have half this many TV spots and trailers, yet it releases 3 weeks before Godzilla. And of course Aladdin barely has any TV spots because Disney is confident in the name recognition alone.
It feels like Godzilla is trying a lot harder than other blockbusters which release sooner. It makes me nervous and I hope it pays off for WB.
I think that's a little dramatic. We won't "lose" Godzilla, as Toho clearly has plans for the franchise themselves. And I think WB's slate with Pikachu, It: Chapter 2 and Joker are fairly dependable as well--Though perhaps they are banking on Godzilla to be a smash hit, given the production's size.
Either way it feels a little desperate, but hopefully it works.
Titan of Water Same here. Which is why I'll wait until after the film is released in theaters to watch them.
TheGMan123 "Well, this is THE premiere film for WB, at least I feel." You sure about that? :) ;)
No, but seriously, I feel like the DC movies are their premiere films now, and Godzilla just happens to be a big budget film that isn't a DC movie. I just hope they don't, and I quote myself, "milk the cash cow dry". (Insert my forum signature here.)
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