I've always wanted to see a kickass Godzilla movie, too. The one with Matthew Broderick wasn't bad, but it wasn't what I wanted. I wanted to see something more epic and show the full destruction of Godzilla's wrath.SAN DIEGO — In an afternoon packed with new footage from films like The Hobbit, Man of Steel andPacific Rim, Legendary Pictures head Thomas Tull sneaked in one more little surprise for the Comic-Con faithful: A sneak peek at his studio’s upcoming Godzilla remake.Showing scenes of a dusty metropolis crushed into a pile of rubble complete with hollowed-out buildings, the less-than-a-minute clip’s voiceover — by J. Robert Oppenheimer — intoned, “We knew the world would not be the same…. A few people cried. Most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture…. Vishnu takes on his multi-armed form and says, ‘Now, I am become death, destroyer of worlds.’” Once the line was completed, the screen flashed to a brief look at a terrifying-looking Godzilla in profile.Without even saying what he was about to show, Tull told the Hall H diehards Saturday that he had something he wanted to share. What played was a short-but-oh-so-mouthwatering tease of the apocalyptic-looking Godzilla film.“I’ve loved Godzilla since I was a kid, and frankly we just wanted to see a kickass Godzilla movie,” Tull said following the clip.
I can't wait for them to release it for public viewing.