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1 day ago · Godzilla vs. Kong is scheduled to be released on May 21, 2021. Dougherty had expressed interest in directing a Ray Harryhausen -esque prequel set during prehistoric times exploring how primitive humans survived against the Titans, humanity's first encounter with Godzilla, and how their relationship with Godzilla was christened.
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21 hours ago · Godzilla battles King Kong in King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962). This film attracted the highest Japanese box office attendance figures in the entire Godzilla series to date.
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Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Kirby Morrow as Jason Jenkins 2. Scott McNeil as Eric Tannenbaum IV / Kong/ Minion 3. Kathy Morse as Dr. Jenkins 4. Saffron Henderson as Lua 5. David Kaye as Dr. Ramon de la Porta 6. Paul Dobson as Hunter Stag III 7. Richard Newman as Mayor
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1. Kong 2. Cyber-Hunters 3. Kit 4. Tyrannosaurus rex 5. Apatosaurus / Brontosaurus 6. Velociraptor 7. Stegosaurus 8. Pteranodon 9. Triceratops 10. Smilodon/ saber-toothed tiger 11. Wolly mammoth 12. Giant cave snake 13. Uintatherium 14. Kong Island horsesKong: Return to the Jungle was released on DVD a week after the extended edition of the 2005 King Kongdebuted.Unlike Kong: The Animated Series and Kong: King of Atlantis, Kong: Return to the Jungle is rendered in 3D computer generated animation. The later animated series Kong: King of the Apeswould also us...
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Two sailors go out to sea and find an island. The island has life and civilization on it and they meet with a little boy. A monster attempts to attack the island and the two sailors go out to capture it so they can sell it. The little boy and his grandfather inform them that the monster is dangerous and must be left alone but they don't listen. The two sailors capture the monster and bring it to land. They sell it to a circus that names it Gorgo. Scientists analyze the beast and apparently it's some kind of semi-aquatic dinosaur. The circus continues showing and humiliating Gorgo and Gorgo also becomes the victim of multiple incidents of animal cruelty. Meanwhile scientists make a terrifying discovery, the giant beast that is Gorgo, is only just an infant, the mother Gorgo will be coming for it's child. Afterwards the mother Gorgo arrives in London where Gorgo is, and begins her rampage looking for her child. The mother Gorgo destroys the city of London and people try to attack her,...
After the great success they had distributing Rodan in the United States, the King Brothers sought to produce a giant monster film of their own. With Gorgo, director Eugène Lourié strove to atone for his first dinosaur film, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, as the death of the Rhedosaurus made his daughter cry.From the earliest stages of development, Gorgo and Ogra were to return to the sea at the end of the story, a rarity for monsters at the time. Originally, due to heavy Japanese financial backing, Gorgo was captured on Kuru Island in the South Pacific and taken to a Tokyo zoo. The main characters were pearl divers instead of treasure hunters. When the Japanese investors pulled out, the setting changed to Paris, France. Lourié, however, felt that the lack of a harbor near Paris would make the arrival of a sea monster ponderous. A strong offer from MGM Studios led to a final switch to London in April 1959. To Lourié's disappointment, the King Brothers insisted on scenes of city dest...
Gorgowas filmed at MGM's studio in Borehamwood, a London suburb. Location photography took place in London and Coliemore Harbour, an Irish port near Dublin. Production notes included on the VCI Entertainment Blu-ray show that London scenes were being filmed in September 1959, and Coliemore Harbour scenes in November 1959. The three identical monster suits used to depict both Gorgo and Ogra were made of rubber. Hydraulics operated by the stuntman inside allowed the eyes, mouth, ears, and tail to move. Four actors in total played the creatures, though only Mick Dillon's involvement is confirmed; the others were likely David Wilding, Peter Brace, and Peter Perkings.A full-sized Gorgo head, claws, and tail were built for shots where a composite using the suit would be impractical, including the footage of a captive Gorgo paraded on a truck through the streets of London. The sparse crowds in that scene were a consequence of the King Brothers' unwillingness to pay extras. Their hope was t...
Perhaps in a nod to the country where it was originally set, Gorgo premiered in Tokyo, Japan, on January 10, 1961. It played in American and British theaters later that year.
A 141-page paperback novelization of Gorgo was published by Monarch Books in 1960, and was written by Bruce Cassiday under the pseudonym Carson Bingham. Charlton Comics also published a 23-issue Gorgo comic book series from 1961 to 1965. While the first issue was an adaptation of the film itself, subsequent issues revolved around the adventures of the titular Gorgo, with his mother Ograand various other monsters making appearances.
VCI EntertainmentDVD (2000) 1. Region: 0 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono) 4. Subtitles: None 5. Special Features: "Making of" featurette (10 minutes), cast and crew biographies, photo gallery, theatrical trailer, unrelated trailers, liner notes by Tom Weaver 6. Notes: Aspect ratio is 1.66:1. VCI EntertainmentDVD (2005) 1. Region: 1 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono) 4. Subtitles: None 5. Special Features: "Making of" featurette (10 minutes), cast and crew biographies, photo and poster gallery, theatrical trailer, unrelated trailers 6. Notes: Aspect ratio is 1.85:1. CMV LaservisionDVD (2006) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English, German (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono) 4. Subtitles: None 5. Special Features: "Making of" featurette (10 minutes), photo slideshow, American and German theatrical trailers, unrelated trailers, "book recommendation" promo 6. Notes: Aspect ratio is 1.66:1. VCI EntertainmentDVD/Blu-ray (2013) 1. Region: 1 (DVD) or N/A (B...Like King Kong in his debut film, Gorgois billed by Dorkin Circus as the "8th Wonder of the World."Gorgo was featured on Season 9 of the movie-mocking television series Mystery Science Theater 3000, with the unfortunately-named Dorkin Circus, the omnipresent radio reporter at the end of the movi..."Waiting for Gorgo," an unofficial 18-minute sequel, was released in 2009. VCI Entertainment attempted to include it on their 2013 DVD and Blu-ray releases of Gorgo, but director Benjamin Craig rej...Though not an official remake, the 1967 Nikkatsu film Gappa closely follows the plot of Gorgo, with two city-smashing parent kaijuinstead of one striving to rescue their captive child.
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Five young New Yorkers throw their friend a going-away party the night that a monsterthe size of a skyscraper descends upon the city. Told from the point of view of their video camera, the film is a document of their attempt to survive the most surreal, horrifying event of their lives.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right. 1. Directed by Matt Reeves 2. Written by Drew Goddard 3. Produced by J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk 4. Executive producing by Sherryl Clark, Guy Riedel 5. Music by Michael Giacchino (end credits) 6. Cinematography by Michael Bonvillain 7. Edited by Kevin Stitt 8. Production design by Martin Whist 9. Assistant directing by Rip Murray, Katie Carroll 10. Special effects by Kevin Blank (visual effects supervisor)
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Lizzy Caplan as Marlena Diamond 2. Jessica Lucas as Lily Ford 3. T.J. Miller as Hudson "Hud" Platt 4. Michael Stahl-David as Robert Hawkins 5. Mike Vogel as Jason Hawkins 6. Odette Yustman as Beth McIntyre 7. Margot Farley as Jenn 8. Theo Rossi as Antonio 9. Brian Klugman as Charlie 10. Kelvin Yu as Clark 11. Liza Lapira as Heather 12. Lili Mirojnick as Lei 13. Ben Feldman as Travis Marello 14. Elena Caruso, Vakisha Coleman, Will Greenberg, Rob Kerkovich, Ryan Key, Hooman Khalili, Rasika Mathur, Baron Vaughn, Charlyne Yi as Party Goers 15. Roma Torre as Herself 16. Rick Overton as Frantic Man 17. Martin Cohen as Burly Guy 18. Jason Cerbone as Police Officer 19. Pavel Lychnikoff as Russian Man on Street 20. Billy Brown as Staff Sgt. Pryce 21. Scott Lawrence as Lead Soldier 22. Jeff DeSerrano as Soldier 23. Tim Griffin as Command Center Officer 24. Chris Mulkey as Lt. Col. Graff 25. Susse Budde as Medic 26. Jason Lombard as S...
Cloverfield opened in 3,411 theaters and grossed $16,930,000 on its opening day in the United States and Canada. It made $40.1 million on its opening weekend, which at the time was a record for January domestic releases.Worldwide, the film finished with $170,602,318.
Following Cloverfield's release, director Matt Reeves was asked about the possibility of a sequel, and stated that he was open to producing one. In subsequent interviews, Reeves and J.J. Abrams both entertained the idea of a sequel to Cloverfield, stating that they had set up an entire backstory for the film that they would like to explore in a sequel. Despite their enthusiasm, no concrete information surfaced about a Cloverfieldsequel for several years. On January 15, 2016, a surprise trailer for a film entitled 10 Cloverfield Lane played before screenings of 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, also produced by Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot. Directed by Dan Trachtenberg and starring John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and John Gallagher Jr., it had been filmed in late 2014 under the name Valencia. The film was released theatrically on March 11, 2016. Though not a direct sequel to Cloverfield, 10 Cloverfield Lane is described as a "spiritual successor" to the film and s...1-18-08 (USA; Promotional Title)Untitled J.J. Abrams Project(USA; Working Title)Cheese(USA; Working Title)Clover(USA; Working Title)
ParamountDVD/Blu-ray (2008) 1. Region: 1 (DVD) or N/A (Blu-ray) 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English (5.1 Surround), French (5.1 Surround), Spanish (5.1 Surround) 4. Special Features: Audio commentary by Matt Reeves, Special Investigation Mode which provides additional details as the movie plays (Blu-ray only), Document 01.18.08: The Making of 'Cloverfield' featurette (28 minutes), Cloverfield Visual Effects featurette (22 minutes), I Saw It! It's Alive! It's Huge! featurette on Clover's design (6 minutes), outtakes (4 minutes), deleted scenes (3 minutes), alternate endings (3 minutes), viral marketing materials, pre-viz of the tunnel attack 5. Notes: Cloverfield DVDs sold at Best Buy contained a second disc with the featurette T.J. Miller's Video Diary (25 minutes). The Blu-ray has also been packaged with King Kong (1933), Jack the Giant Slayer, and 10,000 BC, or 10 Cloverfield Lane and The Cloverfield Paradox.Frames from three classic monster movies (King Kong , The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, and Them!) appear throughout Cloverfield. Each functions as a form of subtle foreshadowing.The Asylum, an American studio specializing in knock-offs of blockbuster films, produced Monster to capitalize on Cloverfield. They released it to DVD on January 15, 2008, three days before Cloverf...
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1 day ago · Godzilla vs. Kong Warner Bros. Pictures / Legendary Entertainment Adam Wingard (director); Eric Pearson , Max Borenstein (screenplay); Alexander Skarsgard , Millie Bobby Brown , Kyle Chandler , Rebecca Hall , Brian Tyree Henry , Shun Oguri , Eiza González , Jessica Henwick , Julian Dennison , Demián Bichir , Zhang Ziyi
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While observing a traditional Okinawan ceremony being performed by Azumi royal family descendant Nami, Keisuke Shimizu and his brother Masahiko witness her suddenly freeze in terror and collapse. Nami's grandfather runs to her and asks what is wrong, to which she replies she has seen a vision of a monster laying waste to civilization and trampling on those who try to flee. Afterward, Keisuke drops Masahiko off at Gyokusen Cave as he heads to his job at an excavation site on the island. Inside the cave, Masahiko finds a bizarre piece of metal, and brings it to Professor Hideto Miyajima at Mount Fuji. Miyajima remarks that the metal is unlike any found on Earth, and likely originated from outer space, giving it the name "Space Titanium." As Miyajima studies the metal more closely, an earthquake suddenly strikes his laboratory. Miyajima's daughter Ikuko mentions that these tremors have been occuring frequently over recent days. Meanwhile in Okinawa, Keisuke investigates a cave that has...Showdown in Zanpamisaki: Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (残波岬の大決斗 ゴジラ対メカゴジラ, Zanpamisaki no Daikettō Gojira tai Mekagojira, Early Japanese Title)Godzilla vs. Bionic Monster(Original United States Title)Godzilla vs. Cosmic Monster(United States Poster Title)Godzilla vs. The Cosmic Monster(Revised United States Title)
View all posters for the film here. 1. Japan - March 21, 1974 [view poster] 2. United States - 1977 [view poster] 3. Germany - 1974 [view poster] 4. Italy - 1975 [view poster] 5. United Kingdom - June 1977 [view poster] 6. France - 1977 7. Mexico - 1977 [view poster] 8. Poland - 1980 [view poster] 9. Hungary - 1989 [view poster] 10. Thailand [view poster]
In 1977, Cinema Shares purchased the North American distribution rights to Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla from Toho and released the movie through Downtown Distribution under the title Godzilla vs. The Bionic Monster. As they had done with Godzilla vs. Megalon the previous year, Cinema Shares simply utilized the Toho-produced international English dub. In July 1977, Universal Studios filed a lawsuit threat against Cinema Shares, claiming that the title was too similar to their TV productions, The Six Million Dollar Man and its spin-off The Bionic Woman. Cinema Shares then re-titled the film Godzilla vs. The Cosmic Monster (simply written as Godzilla vs. Cosmic Monsteron posters). As with most of the other 1970's Godzilla films, the Japanese version of Godzilla vs. Mechagodzillafeatured several scenes with violent content and strong language. However, unlike in the past, Cinema Shares retained the violent monster action, including a shot of Godzilla spraying blood. The edits include: 1....
The film sold approximately 1,330,000 tickets in Japan, 350,000 more than the previous Godzilla film, Godzilla vs. Megalon.
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzillahas remained popular among fans in recent years due to its jazzy music, colorful special effects and entertaining monster fights. The film's robust themes and fairly complex plot stand out against a time when the Godzilla franchise was being fueled by increasingly lower production values. It is widely considered the best of the 1970's Godzilla films, and is one of the most popular films in the series.
Power MultimediaDVD (1999) 1. Region: N/A 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English (Mono), Mandarin (Mono) 4. Special Features: None 5. Notes: Presents an unaltered 16mm transfer of the film's international version, albeit cropped to 1.33:1. Includes traditional and simplified Chinese subtitles. Out of print. TohoDVD (2002) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (2.0 Mono and 5.1 Surround) 4. Subtitles: Japanese 5. Special Features: Audio commentary by Teruyoshi Nakano and Yasuo Kurashiki, theatrical trailer, scans of the theatrical program, "Mechagodzilla Encyclopedia," Godzilla Against Mechagodzillateaser trailer, still gallery, Shisa information, map of Okinawa locations in the film, examination of Mechagodzilla's design by Shin'ichirou Kobayashi TriStar PicturesDVD (2004) 1. Region: 1 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (2.0 Mono), English (2.0 Mono) 4. Subtitles: English, French 5. Special Features: Trailers 6. Notes: Out of print. MadmanDVD (2006) 1. Region: 4 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japan...Godzilla vs. Mechagodzillawas Godzilla's 20th anniversary film.This was the first Godzillafilm to credit the monster suit actors' respective roles on screen.Special effects director Teruyoshi Nakanoadopted Mechagodzilla's walk from the formal movements of Kabuki.The suit used to portray the disguised Mechagodzilla in this film would later be used at the end of Terror of Mechagodzillato show Godzilla swimming away.Godzilla vs. The Bionic Monster filmbook in Famous Monsters of Filmland#135 (July 1977)Godzilla vs. The Cosmic Monstertitle card
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An underground nuclear test on Asuka Island in the Aleutian Islands triggers seismic aftershocks felt as far away as Monster Island, where Godzilla, Anguirus, and Rodan are disturbed as the island begins breaking apart. Godzilla and Anguirus try to flee, but Anguirus falls and is pulled into a fissure, leaving Godzilla roaring defiantly at the rest of the collapsing island. A second seismic event occurs at Lake Kitayama in Japan, where inventor Goro Ibuki enjoys a picnic with his friend Hiroshi Jinkawa as his little brother Rokuro rides on a dolphin boat in the lake. A whirlpool forms in the middle of the lake and nearly pulls Rokuro in before Goro and Jinkawa pull him back to shore with a life rope. The three then watch as the lake completely drains in a matter of moments. As they drive home, they worry that these repeated nuclear tests will cause civilization to sink just like the ancient continents of Mu and Lemuria. When they arrive at Goro's home, they are attacked by an intrud...
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Katsuhiko Sasaki as Goro Ibuki, inventor 2. Yutaka Hayashi as Hiroshi Jinkawa 3. Hiroyuki Kawase as Rokuro "Roku" Ibuki 4. Kanta Mori as JSDFcommander 5. Kotaro Tomita as Seatopianagent in black 6. Wolf Otsuki as Seatopian agent in gray 7. Sakyo Mikami as Truck driver's assistant 8. Fumio Ikeda as Man at Ground 1 9. Gen Nakajima as Truck driver 10. Robert Dunham as Seatopian Emperor Antonio 11. Ralph Jesser as Satopian electrical operator 12. Team Zamba as Car stunts 13. Shinji Takagi as Godzilla 14. Hideto Date as Megalon 15. Tsugutoshi Komada, Masachika Mori as Jet Jaguar 16. Kenpachiro Satsuma as Gigan(as Kengo Nakayama) 17. Takamitsu Watanabe as Fight choreographer 18. Eizaburo Komatsu as JSDF member (uncredited) 19. Eisuke Nakanishi as Asuka Island nuclear test announcer (uncredited)
In mid-to-late 1972, Toho held a contest for elementary school children to design a robot who would appear in the next Godzilla film. The winner's creation was named "Red Alone," which superficially resembled both Ultramanand Mazinger Z. The character was renamed Jet Jaguar for its inclusion in the film. While Godzilla vs. Megalon was made over the course of six months, its allocation of time was unusual. As special effects director Teruyoshi Nakano recalled, "That movie seemed to take forever to develop, then it went into production without enough preparation." Due to the time constraints, screenwriter Shinichi Sekizawa simply provided a story outline, while director Jun Fukudawrote the script. Principal photography started immediately thereafter and took place over approximately three weeks.Godzilla vs. The Megalon Brothers: The Undersea Kingdom's Annihilation Strategy (ゴジラ対メガロ兄弟 海底王国全滅作戦, Gojira tai Megaro Kyōdai Kaitei Ōkoku Zenmetsu Sakusen, Early Japanese Title)Godzilla vs. Megalon: The Undersea Kingdom's Annihilation Strategy (ゴジラ対メガロ 海底王国全滅作戦, Gojira tai Megaro Kaitei Ōkoku Zenmetsu Sakusen, Early Japanese Title)Insect Monster Megalon vs. Godzilla: The Undersea Kingdom's Annihilation Strategy (昆虫怪獣メガロ対ゴジラ 海底王国全滅作戦, Konchū Kaijū Megaro tai Gojira Kaitei Ōkoku Zenmetsu Sakusen, Early Japanese Title)Gorgo and Superman Meet in Tokyo (Gorgo y Superman se citan en Tokio; Spain)
View all posters for the film here. 1. Japan - March 17, 1973 [view poster] 2. United States - 1976 [view poster] 3. Germany -1973 [view poster] 4. Spain - 1974 [view poster] 5. Australia - 1976 [view poster] 6. France - 1976 [view poster] 7. Italy - 1976 [view poster] 8. Mexico - 1976 [view poster] 9. Belgium [view poster] 10. Yugoslavia [view poster]
In 1976, CinemaShares released a dubbed version of Godzilla vs. Megalon theatrically. Riding the coattails of Dino De Laurentiis' big-budget King Kong remake, poster art showed Godzilla and Megalon battling on top of the World Trade Center, despite the fact that no scenes were set in New York. To obtain a G-rating from the MPAA, CinemaShares cut three minutes of footage, including: 1. The opening credits. 2. Rokuro being abducted by Seatopian agents, who pull him into their car. 3. Scenes in the container truck that showed pornographic material on the back wall (There was more dialogue in the scenes that added to the story, thus making these cut scenes somewhat confusing). 4. A fight scene between Hiroshi and the lead Seatopian agent. 5. A scene of the bearded Caucasian Seatopian agent being thrown down a cliff by the truck drivers. 6. Some scenes of bloody violence, when the toy jet (which Rokuro borrowed from the hobby shop) flies into the lead Seatopian agent's face, there was a...
When Godzilla vs. Megalonwas released on March 17, 1973 in Japan, it only sold 980,000 tickets, making it the first Godzilla film to sell less than a million tickets.
Godzilla vs. Megalon has been widely disliked among critics and fans. Common sources of criticism revolve around the film's extensive use of stock footage, the Godzilla suitused in the film, and the film's overall tone.
Before Media Blasters acquired the rights to Godzilla vs. Megalon, numerous American companies distributed fullscreen versions of the film on unlicensed VHS and DVD releases, operating under the impression that it was in the public domain. Power MultimediaDVD (1999) 1. Region: N/A 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English (Mono), Mandarin (Mono) 4. Subtitles: Chinese (traditional and simplified) 5. Special Features: None 6. Notes: Presents an unaltered 16mm transfer of the film's international version, albeit cropped to 1.33:1. Out of print. Media TargetDVD (2002) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: German (2.0 Mono) 4. Subtitles: None 5. Special Features: Trailers, photo gallery, production notes, information on the cast and crew TohoDVD (2004) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (1.0 Mono and 5.1 Surround) 4. Subtitles: Japanese 5. Special Features: Audio commentary by Katsuhiko Sasaki, Godzilla vs. Megalon trailer, scans of the theater program, interview with Teruyoshi Nakano (one hou...According to the DVD commentary for this film by Steve Ryfle and Stuart Galbraith IV, the nuclear detonation at the beginning of the film may be a reference to Cannikin, a test of a 5-megaton hydro...There are no female characters in this film, except for the Seatopiandancers.For the German release of this film, Jet Jaguar was renamed "King Kong." However, there is no connection to the real King Kong beyond his name. Contrary to a widespread misconception, the dub does...According to production stills, in one scene, where Godzilla was meant to beat Gigan and Megalon with a tree, he was going to have a telephone pole in his mouth.