Godzilla 2014 Run-time Confirmed!1,124 Views17 RepliesAdd A Reply
@UniqueSentient So glad you're digging it. Just wait for the full two hours!— Max Borenstein (@MAXBORENSTEIN) December 10, 2013
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Who the hell is Max Borenstein? Regardless, it's whatever, people keep posting links to whatever and whoever says anything about the run time. Nothing was confirmed here.
He only wrote the movie.
Well in that case I guess we do have some confirmation.
Yeah @Uchimata - Max wrote the script for Godzilla 2014. He's a pretty chill guy too. Really vested in his work and the fans.
I'm sure it will be around 2 hours, but I doubt it will be exactly 2 hours. Still, this is better than the 1hr 30mins run-time we were discussing earlier this week! Thanks for the update Kaijusaurus!
Added the tweet for you Kaijusaurus! :)
That whole 1hour 30min debate got annoying
@Uchimata, try google next time dude.
I think is is going to be 1Hr and 55 mins.
cuz thats what it use to say on the encyclopedia.
Dammit, I knew I should've contributed this info to the site the second I heard about it. Gotta get my priorities straight.
Thank God for 2 hours!
2 hours is good for me but how many mins do we get in the movie?? possible i guess maybe 40 mins :/
yes 2 hours hopefully
I do see this as a good thing that we know it's going to be in the 2 hour range, but I still don't see this as a final time confirmation. If the movie is like anything of its genre, it'll run between 1 hour and 50 min to about 2 hours and twenty minutes.
Something like that.
Only a guess, but it sounds like a good range for the movie. I have a feeling that the 1954 scenes will, for the most part, be glossing over past experiences rather than being large fleshed out scenes which drag on. Again, just a guess. Either way, it's nice to hear that it's going to be around 2 hours in length. More time to get to see the Big-G!
I knew it, 90 minutes is not fit for a King's rule!
Two hours is a nice length for a film.
Too much more and it'd be stagnet, too much less and it'd be too short.