Posted Apr-12-2017 6:54 PM
So with Shin Godzilla being the success it was at the box office, I can imagine that a sequel is that far out of a concept. I'd love to see one, as I found Shin Godzilla one of the best in the series, and I have an idea of how I'd like it to go down also.
So the it starts maybe a year or two after the events of the first movie. A scientist working in a lab (who will be the main character of this film) is analyzing Godzilla's DNA. He and his team are also examining specimens of those skeletal humanoid Godzillas, which they conclude was Godzilla's next form. However, they are dead - killed by being frozen before they could free themselves from Godzilla's tail. The actual Godzilla himself (still frozen) has been moved to a classified site, where these samples are being carefully taken. The military is also devising new, very deadly weapons to use in the case that Godzilla was to free himself again.
Then, one evening, the radiation levels in the frozen Godzilla start to mysteriously rise. And then, it starts to crack. Scientists run and panic as the solid rock starts to actually melt off of Godzilla's body, freeing him! The military soon arrive and start to fire missiles at Godzilla, but no damage is done. In fact, Godzilla manages to destroy most of the lab and then heads towards the city.
Godzilla then arrives in the city and starts to destroy things. The military desperately try to hold him back, but he is not bothered at all by everything they throw at him. Back at the lab, the scientist (let's name him Akira) manages to help free some people from the rubble, including his secretary. He finds his laptop, with the screen cracked, and tries to find out why the radiation levels suddenly rose.
Meanwhile, Godzilla continues destroying the city. The military discuss releasing one of their ultimate weapons, known as the Deep Space, but they are reluctant because it could kill many people in the process of destroying Godzilla. However, as Godzilla unleashes his atomic breath upon the city, they begin to wonder if they have any choice. Then, Godzilla goes through a hideous malt where he rocks side to side slowly, and those humanoid Godzillas fall from him and begin to attack people on the streets! The military struggles to take them out, since there are so many of them and they are so agile and durable.
Meanwhile, at the lab, Akira and some others find that the rise of radiation was due to a weapon behind developed in the same lab, known as the Oxygen Destroyer. It contains a lot of nuclear energy, and that was what powered up the King of Monsters so he could rise again. It is also discovered that because he gained so much energy from the bomb, he will not get tired out like he did before.
In the city, the Americans arrive and begin bombing the monster. While some of the humanoids are successfully killed by the attacks, Godzilla mostly shrugs them off. The Americans contact the Japanese military and suggest dropping the atomic bomb. However, it is decided that it will not be needed. The Japanese are going to use the Deep Space.
Back at the lab, Akira comes up with a plan to kill Godzilla - overloading the monster with so much Nuclear energy that his body can't contain it. He and some others at the site try to see if they can recover the Oxygen Destroyer for the plan, but once they exit the room they see a horrible sight - their are humanoid Godzillas lurking around the lab!
Cut back to the destruction. As Godzilla stomps around the city and continues to destroy everything, an announcement on all radios, televisions and broadcasts order evacuation. Meanwhile, the Japanese military prepare the Deep Space, which is revealed to be a sleek, alien-looking bomb - which, if successful, will cause Godzilla to be sucked into a black hole. They prepare the launch of the missiles as some soldiers say their prayers.
Go back to the lab. The scientists lock themselves in the room, but the humanoid Godzillas start to gain their scent. Akira desperately tries to think of how to get to the Oxygen Destroyer. He tries to make a call on the phone, and even though the line is very unstable, he manages to make a call for help to the military.
Meanwhile, the military are counting down the launch of the Deep Space. Godzilla and his humanoids are still romping around, putting the city in ruin. The military then launch the weapon. A giant black hole opens up, and Godzilla's humanoids are easily sucked in, along with buildings and even some people who were still on the streets. Godzilla tries to withstand the force, but eventually he too it drawn in and it closes. There is a large explosion as it does so, which destroys most of the city that Godzilla didn't get to already. The military celebrate, but still understand the impact of what they have done. However, it is not over. Because deep under the water near the city, the black hole reopens, and Godzilla smashes his way out with a mighty roar!
The next morning, after hardly any sleep from being locked in the room, Akira wakes up. He looks out the window, and sees how destroyed the city is. He wakes up his associates, and they try to see if the humanoids are still there. When one of them bravely opens the door and pokes their head out, they see that the military arrived, and did in fact the creatures. Akira and his associates are glad they are still alive, but then comes the bad news from the soldiers that saved them - Godzilla has risen again after being breaking out from the Deep Space. Akira knows that he must find the Oxygen Destroyer.
The military and the scientists manage to find the Destroyer buried underneath the rubble. They carefully handle it and load it onto a military vehicle, and head towards the base to discuss Akira's plan.
During all of this, Godzilla is destroying Hiroshima, this time without his humanoids.
At the military base, Akira discusses his plan with the military heads, and they try to come up with an idea together. They end up concluding of one plan - they will lead Godzilla to the water, and then kill him with the Oxygen Destroyer.
In Hiroshima, the military begins to attack Godzilla, angering him greatly. They head towards the bay, and Godzilla follows. They then lead him into the water, where he attempts to destroy the ships with his tail. Then, the Oxygen Destroyer is lowered into the water, and the countdown begins. The ships evacuate, while the air force proceeds to distract Godzilla by shooting him.
Then, the Oxygen Destroyer goes off. Akira watches from the bay as the water bubbles, and Godzilla starts to fall with confused and weakened roars. He starts to disintegrate and fall apart, until he is a skeleton. The skeleton then falls underwater with a mighty splash, and the military and the scientists cheer and thank God for their success. Akira then discusses the next steps with the Military heads.
However, the final scene shows Godzilla's skeleton underwater - with his heart still beating inside the ribs. The end.
I know. It's really rough and awful. But I like it. It's a sloppy draft. Once you see past the many errors, I hope it's good enough. Thanks for reading it if you did!
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