‘Godzilla: Monster Planet’ Gets Non-Subbed Teaser & Featurette

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The official teaser for the anime film Godzilla: Monster Planet has dropped, and with it a short “making of” featurette.

A word of warning is that this clip is entirely in Japanese, with no English subtitles available whatsoever. Since there aren’t subtitles, you can either brush up on your Japanese or sit back and enjoy the visuals.

Godzilla: Monster Planet is a departure from the franchise in that it’s predominantly a sci-fi movie in the vein of Starship Troopers as opposed to a standard monster-versus-monster story. Monster Planet is written by written by Gen Urobuchi, and directed by Kobun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita.

The last summer of the 20th Century. That day, the human beings learn that they are not the only ruler of the planet Earth. The appearance of the giant living creatures – “Kaiju” –
and the ultimate existence that destroys all monsters: Godzilla. Through the battle against kaiju that lasted for half a century, human beings have experienced continuous defeat, and finally plan to escape from the Earth. And in 2048, only those who were selected by the A.I. managed under the central government boarded the inter-sidereal emigrant spaceship “Aratrum” to head for “Tau Cetus e”, the planet beyond the distance of 11.9 light-year. However, the environmental condition differences between that of the Earth and Tau e, which they finally arrived after 20 years were far beyond the predicted numbers, and was not an environment considered to be habitable by human beings.

The young man on the emigrant ship: Haruo, who saw his parents killed by Godzilla in front of his eyes when he was 4 years old, had only one thing in his mind for 20 years: to return to the Earth and defeat Godzilla. Shut out from the possibility of emigration, as the living environment in the ship deteriorates, the group of “Earth Returnists” led by Haruo became the majority, and determines to head back to Earth through a dangerous long-distance hyperspace navigation. However, the Earth they have returned has already passed the time of 20,000 years, and has become an unknown world with the ecosystem reigned by Godzilla. At the end, will human beings win back the Earth? And what will Haruo see beyond his fate?

Godzilla: Monster Planet forms on November 17, 2017 in Japan and will be added to Netflix’s streaming library for international audiences at a later time. The film features the voices of Yuuki Kaji, Takahiro Sakurai, Mamoru Miyano, Junichi Suwabe, Kana Hanazawa and Tomokazu Sugita.

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10 ‘Godzilla’ Kaiju That Need To Be In The MonsterVerse

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MonsterVerse With both 2014’s Godzilla and this year’s Kong: Skull Island managing to outperform expectations, the MonsterVerse from Legendary Pictures and Warner Brothers is off to a good start. That being said, there’s room for growth amongst the roster of kaiju – thus far, only five classic kaiju have been confirmed to exist in the MonsterVerse: Godzilla, King Kong, Mothra, Rodan, and King Ghidorah, and of those, we’ve only seen two of them in action. Should the series continue to succeed, the setting’s going to need more than original monsters like the M.U.T.O. and the Skullcrawlers – it will need to pull in some fan-favorite monsters from the classic creature features to keep things interesting. Here are ten of Toho’s best kaiju that would make fine additions to the MonsterVerse, with explanations of who they are and why they need to be a part of the setting.

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Grant Davis

Grant Davis

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