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The 50's to the 70's were the Showa series. The late 80's to mid 90's were the Heisei series. And the late 90's (1999 because I don't know if we can technically count 1998) to 2004 were the Millennium series. So, where do we place the new movie. Will it become part of the Millennium series as the last entry? Will it become the first in a new series to be named later? Or like the 1998 movie (for the moment), will it remain in between series? Any thoughts?
I believe a new series will begin, as it is a reboot, and it will be dubbed along those lines. What's Japanese for "new beginning" or "restart"?
We'll if gareth continue to make more godzilla films then it can be called the legendary series this way it has it own series and has nothing to do with the original japanese series.
it should be called the legendary series
When Legendary and Warner split, I believe Godzilla went to Warner, so Legendary Godzilla probably won't fly.
I think that unless Gareth was going to make another movie, Godzilla would/will return to Toho. I would love to see Toho make more Godzilla movies.
The lengendary series! YES :)
Miss spelled ^ legendary :P whoops
Or maybe American Warner (if Warner does indeed retain the sequel rights) series to denote the US origin of these films vs the Japanese Toho-produced movies.
No like I said the legendary series is what it should be called and sound much better
Am I the only one who thought "new beginning" (æ–°ãŸãªå§‹ã¾ã‚Š-Aratana hajimari) or "restart" (å†èµ·å‹•-SakidÅ) sounded like good ideas?
Translations recovered from Google Translate and Denshi Jisho online Japanese dictionary.
@Devianteist, If we call a whole series restart or new begining, it kinda sounds like the series is derived of relaunches like most of the Millennium series. But it is a good idea though, so keep trying. We'll think of something.
Whatever, but I still prefer American Legendary series, that tells where the film is made.