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There is a lot of talk going on that [i]Legendary[/i] is planning to mimic their success with the Batman / Dark Knight trilogy with [b]Godzilla 2014[/b], which is expected, since both are huge franchises with massive marquee value. So, I want to know, do you think [b]Godzilla 2014[/b] should end, leading into an eventual sequel? Like maybe at the end of the credits show a new Monster emerging? Or perhaps an Alien Monster inbound to Earth? Let everyone know what you think by posting your thoughts below! [center] [url=http://www.godzilla-movies.com/gallery/view/img/78][img]http://www.godzilla-movies.com/media/Godzilla_by_chriss2d.jpg[/img][/url] [/center] Personally, I think [b]Godzilla 2014[/b] not only [i]should[/i] but, [b]will[/b] end with a cliffhanger leading into a sequel. [i]Legendary[/i] has no reason not to pursue this franchise as deep as they can. The only determining factor really is the licensing agreements between them and [i]TOHO[/i], the original license holders for the entire [b]Godzilla[/b] franchise. But I expect all these logistics have already been worked out behind the scenes.
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I say cliffhanger into a sequel
they need to keep it going. Every other year maybe but something to keep Godzilla still going.
Long live the king.
Gojira will return.
Hell yeah! We want more Godzilla! We can't let James Bond beat out the King! It's a close match! (talking about number of movies) Besides, I've loved Godzilla as long as I can remember. I was thrilled when the '98 Godzilla came out and deeply saddened when it was a disappointment. You can't imagine my excitement for this movie! Gareth! Don't disappoint me!
I'm curious: why are you so sure that Godzilla 2014 will end in a cliffhanger? I could see something appearing while the end credits are rolling but not sure about a cliffhanger. On the subject of cliffhangers - one of the greatest has to be in Gamera: Revenge of Irys whereby the movie ends with an army of Gyaos headed for Japan and an injured Gamera probably on his way to face them.
Yes, we need to keep the series going
NO WAY!!! end it just like 54!!! If their gonna try and make it like the 1954 version then end it like it!!
They are not trying to make a version like the 54 so I think that they will have a mid credits or post credits scene that sets it up for the next movie. I think that they only think that only thing they are trying to mimic is the dark tone of the 54 version. Can't wait till 2014
Yeah, Godzilla's death in 54 was to make the audience appreciate the fact of how powerful he was, and that a nuclear deterrent needed to be used against him just to kill him. Seeing him overpower and destroy a monster as powerful as a nuclear deterrent would accomplish the same thing. But an evil counterpart sequel (MG) or an arch nemesis sequel (KG) would be sick in the far off future.
Yes but the Franchise shouldn't start an annual release, maybe have a 2 year rest, like a sequel comes out in 2017, another one 2020, then on 2023, and so on so forth.
Yes. They should have a reference to a large gorilla in the end, and thus leading to a remake of [i]King Kong vs. Godzilla[/i]. An epic battle fans have waited for about 50 years to happen. And the new series will be called "Rebirth".
Ummm..no no no Not in my house leave godzilla at this one no remakes were gonns lose our audience if we do espicially if all we do is remake the same monsters
They were so right.
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