So according this article (for the article, please click on this link http://www.comingsoon.net/movies/news/890935-the-godzilla-sequel-filming-has-wrapped#/slide/) that I found, Godzilla 2 has more or less wrapped up filming.
On a side note, giving Dougherty's previous works in horror films (like Krampus and Trick R Treat), how likely will Godzilla have at least some minor horror elements?
Well aware, just have yet to report it. Thanks for the heads up though!
So in a typical film, what is the typical time gape between the full on promotional campaign and when the film finishes filming?
I have just watched Trick R Treat and Krampus over the weekend as a fun movie in the yard with friends night.
After watching the 2 films by Dougherty, I can say the man knows how to hold off suspense and then unleash it like a fiery storm! Trick R Treat has so many characters in it and it always keeps you interested. Krampus also has a pretty large cast and every character keeps you interested. I feel Dougherty will keep us on edge with Godzilla 2. He has the characters, the monsters, the world as a pallet for storyline. honestly, he has soo much more to work with than Edwards did, so it only leaves me to feel that this Godzilla movie will be better than the last(2014). This should be the "Best Godzilla Made In America", that title should stick. Dougherty has it in the bag.
That seemed awfully fast. I mean 70ish days sounds about right, but it felt really quick. Here's to post-production going equally as fast and smoothly.
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