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GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters
Alternate Titles
Flagicon Japan.png GODZILLA: Monster Planet (2017)
See alternate titles
Directed by Kobun Shizuno, Hiroyuki Seshita
Produced by Takashi Yoshizawa,
Yoshihiro Furusawa (executive)
Written by Gen Urobuchi
Music by Takayuki Hattori
Distributor TohoJP, NetflixIntl
Rating To be announced
Budget To be announced
Box Office $3,000,000[1]
Running Time 89 minutes[2]
(1 hour, 29 minutes)
We will definitely take back this <Earth> (この〈地球〉を必ず取り戻す) „ 

— Tagline

Despair evolves (絶望は進化する) „ 

— Tagline

Who will be eradicated, man, or Godzilla. (滅びるのは、人か、ゴジラか。) „ 

— Tagline

GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters (GODZILLA -怪獣惑星-,   Gojira Kaijū Wakusei?, lit. GODZILLA: Monster Planet) is an anime science fiction kaiju film produced by Toho Animation and animated by Polygon Pictures, and the first entry in a trilogy of animated Godzilla films.[3] It was released to Japanese theaters on November 17, 2017, and will become available to stream worldwide on Netflix in 2018.[4]

Description

English synopsis from the film's official website:

"The final summer of the 20th century... when mankind learns it is no longer the sole ruler of planet Earth.

The planet is beset by the emergence of colossal creatures that roam the earth, and king among them is "Godzilla." For a half a century, these beasts engage in ferocious battle with each other and mankind. But humans, unable to compete, prepare for exile from their home planet. In the year 2048, a select few humans are chosen by the central government's artificial intelligence infrastructure to set out on an interstellar emigration vessel, the Aratrum, on an 11.9-lightyear journey for the planet Tau-e in the Cetus constellation. But when they arrive after 20 years of space travel, the remnants of mankind find the environmental conditions on Tau-e to be much different than expected, and basically uninhabitable by humans.

One youth on board the emigration vessel, Haruo, had seen his parents killed by Godzilla before his eyes when he was only 4 years old. Ever since, he has thought of nothing but returning to Earth to defeat Godzilla. With the doors to emigration now closed, Haruo and other crew spearhead a “return to Earth” decision despite severely attenuated and hazardous conditions on board for such a long trip back.

Somehow, the Aratrum makes the return journey in one piece, but the home they return to has become an alien planet. 20,000 years have elapsed, and a new ecosystem has emerged with Godzilla atop the food chain. Can mankind take back its native planet? Will Haruo get his revenge?"[5]

English synopsis of the film from Netflix:

"Godzilla creates havoc in this epic new anime set in a future where the world of the legendary monster has changed beyond imagining."[6]

Development

On August 18, 2016, less than a month after the release of the film Shin Godzilla, it was announced that an anime Godzilla film is currently in the works for a 2017 theatrical premiere.[7] On October 30, 2016, the film's co-director Hiroyuki Seshita posted on Twitter that the voice recording sessions for the film had been completed, and now it was entirely in the hands of the animators.[8]

Concept art showing machines and armored humanoids moving through a forest, as well as the interior of a spaceship, appeared on the film's official Twitter account on January 19, February 24, and March 5. January 19 also saw the reveal of the film's lead voice actors: Yuki Kaji, Takahiro Sakurai, Tomokazu Sugita, Junichi Suwabe, Kana Hanazawa, and Mamoru Miyano.[9] An event for the film will take place on March 26 at the AnimeJapan 2017 convention, with all six actors in attendance.[10]

On March 13, 2017, Netflix announced through its @NetflixJP Twitter account that it had secured the worldwide distribution rights to the film.[11] On March 24, the film's official website revealed the film's full title, GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters, as well as a new visual and poster for the film. In addition, the film's official story and release date, November 2017, were revealed.[12]

Godzilla's design was first revealed on June 12, 2017, in the form of a new poster.

The film's first teaser trailer was released on July 6, 2017, with a full trailer and a new poster following on August 15. On August 14, Toho announced five additional cast members for the film: Daisuke Ono, Kenta Miyake, Kenyu Horiuchi, Kazuya Nakai, and Kazuhiro Yamaji.

On August 18, Toho and Polygon revealed the full design of the film's version of Godzilla on the film's official Twitter account @GODZILLA_ANIME, through pictures of a two meter-tall statue.[13]

On October 1, Toho announced that an official prequel novel to the film, GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse, would be released on October 25.[14]

On October 3, Natalie reported that the film's theme song, "WHITE OUT," would be performed by singer XAI, winner of Toho's Cinderella competition in 2016.[15] Takayuki Hattori was announced as the film's composer on October 12.[16] The second trailer was released on October 24. The music video for "WHITE OUT" was uploaded onto Toho Animation's official YouTube channel on November 6.

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Kobun Shizuno, Hiroyuki Seshita
  • Written by   Gen Urobuchi
  • Produced by   Takashi Yoshizawa
  • Executive Producing by   Yoshihiro Furusawa
  • Music by   Takayuki Hattori
  • Production Design by   Naoya Tanaka, Ferdinando Patulli
  • Assistant Directing by   Hiroyuki Morita
  • Series Composition by   Gen Urobuchi, Yusuke Kozaki
  • Technical Directing by   Naohiro Yoshihira
  • CG Character Design by   Yuki Moriyama
  • Model Directing by   Mitsunori Kataama
  • Art Directing by   Yukihiro Shibutani
  • Color Key Art by   Hironori Nochi
  • Sound Directing by   Satoshi Motoyama
  • Theme Song "WHITE OUT" Performed by   XAI

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Mamoru Miyano   as   Captain Haruo Sakaki
  • Takahiro Sakurai   as   Colonel Metphies
  • Kana Hanazawa   as   Sergeant Yuko Tani
  • Tomokazu Sugita   as   Major Martin Lazzari
  • Yūki Kaji   as   Lieutenant Adam Bindewald
  • Junichi Suwabe   as   Technical Officer Mulu-Elu Galu-gu
  • Daisuke Ono   as   Colonel Eliott Leland
  • Kenta Miyake   as   Major Rilu-Elu Belu-be
  • Kenyu Horiuchi   as   Admiral Unberto Mori
  • Kazuya Nakai   as   Chieftain Halu-Elu Dolu-do
  • Kazuhiro Yamaji   as   Lieutenant General Endurph
  • Aya Suzaki   as   Young Haruo
  • Ari Ozawa   as   Miana
  • Tomisaburō Horikoshi   as   Daichi Tani

Appearances

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Monsters

Weapons, Vehicles, and Races

Alternate Titles

  • GODZILLA: Monster Planet (Literal Japanese Title)
  • AniGoji (アニゴジ?, Japanese Abbreviated Title)

Gallery

Main article: Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters/Gallery.

Soundtrack

Main article: Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (Soundtrack).

Box Office

GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters debuted at third place at the Japanese box office, with a $919,000 gross.[18] While this paled in comparison to Shin Godzilla's $6.1 million opening, that film was released to 441 theaters, while Toho only released GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters to 158 theaters.[19][20] Variety estimated that the film would finish at $5 million.[18]

Videos

Trailers

GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters Teaser Trailer
GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters Trailer
GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters Trailer #2
GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters Trailer #2 (30 seconds)
GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters TV Spot #1
GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters TV Spot #2

Behind the Scenes

Behind-the-scenes promo
Imagine Nation special on NHK World

Miscellaneous

"WHITE OUT" music video by XAI

Trivia

  • GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters is the first fully animated Godzilla film. Henry G. Saperstein planned to produce an animated Godzilla film in 1988, but it was never made.
  • This film is at least the fifth official appearance of Godzilla in an anime, after the animated segments in Adventure! Godzilland, the Get Going! Godzilland OVAs, Godzilla Kingdom, and the Crayon Shin-Chan episode It's Crayon Shin-Chan vs. Shin Godzilla!
  • An official timeline for this film was first distributed at AnimeJapan 2017 and later posted on the film's official website, mentioning Kamacuras, Dogora, Rodan, Anguirus, Dagahra, and Orga as monsters that attacked cities around the world before the first appearance of Godzilla. In addition, the timeline calls a 2005 anti-kaiju campaign using biological and chemical weapons "Operation Hedorah."[21] An article published by Livedoor News on June 19, 2017 also mentions that Hedorah, SpaceGodzilla and Moguera are a part of the film's universe.[22] Currently, only Kamacuras, Dogora, Dagahra, and Orga are confirmed to appear in the film itself, as screenshots of these four monsters have been featured in official publications.[17]
    • Kamacuras, Dogora, Hedorah, Dagahra, Orga, and several other kaiju and vehicles from the Godzilla series all appear in the film's official prequel novel, GODZILLA: Monster Apocalypse.[23][24]
  • GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters is the first Godzilla film to include a post-credits scene since Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.
  • The Bilsards' homeworld, Bilsardia, is said to be the third planet of Cygnus X-1, which is a black hole. This, along with the Bilsards' construction of Mechagodzilla, is a reference to the Black Hole Planet 3 Aliens from Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla and Terror of Mechagodzilla, whose home planet was stated to be "the third planet of the black hole." Likewise, the Exifs are said to be named after and inspired by the Xiliens.[25]

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Indominus Rex 2016

one month ago
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So, any opinions on the theme song?
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Titanollante

27 days ago
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Sounds good
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Petexera

24 days ago
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I love it, sounds amazing!
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ItsDestoroyah

one month ago
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YES! Four other monsters will appear! Wait. Seems untrustable though
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Astounding Beyond Belief

one month ago
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Uh, we have pictures of all of them.
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ItsDestoroyah

one month ago
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Well yes you do. Although, the magazines show that they're in cities so they just might appear in the past instead of the present of the movie
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Les

29 days ago
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Well, that's guaranteed. The "present" of the movie is 20,000 years into the future. Kamacuras, Orga, Dagahra, and Dogora existed in the 2000s in the film's continuity. The only things which appear in the film's present time are Godzilla and the Servum.
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Petexera

one month ago
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The only thing that I dislike about this film is that Godzilla is a plant, but still, can't wait for it to be released!
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SkullIsland

one month ago
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There's a new campaign site where you fight Godzilla with social media posts.

https://godz...buzzlla.com/
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Deathrock9

one month ago
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The more I watch the trailers (specifically the awesome second one), the more I get annoyed that this movie is gonna be a Netflix exclusive. Sure, I should be grateful that we're even getting the movie to begin with. However, as with almost everything that is exclusive to Netflix, I imagine this won't be getting a DVD release or a Blu-ray release and that is genuinely annoying. Unfortunately, we live in a digital age.
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MosuFan2004

one month ago
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OMG! The second trailer is just too awesome! The song, the earrape atomic breath and the scenes are just AWESOME!
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ItsDestoroyah

one month ago
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"Earrape atomic breath"

You just made my day
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SkullIsland

4 months ago
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New footage from the film.

https://mobi...6768/video/1
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SkullIsland

4 months ago
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According to this magazine the tentative release date for the next two anime films is 2018.

Movie Release dates.jpeg
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Deathrock9

4 months ago
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Yep, we already knew that.
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CdrWikizilla

4 months ago
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tbh I'm more hyped for those Destroyah and Burning Godzilla figures in the corner. They look good.
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CdrWikizilla

5 months ago
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What happened to all the Kaiju? Now it only shows Godzilla and Servum
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S332749589ocdsb

5 months ago
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Don't know, maybe a glitch or something.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

5 months ago
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KOTM and I decided to move them to the trivia section because we don't know if they'll be in the actual movie or just the timeline.
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CdrWikizilla

5 months ago
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Oh ok
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GodzillaZero-One

5 months ago
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"Bird-type Godzilla (appears in concept art)[19]"

What's that supposed to mean?
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CdrWikizilla

5 months ago
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It means there is concept art of a Kaiju called bird-type Godzilla.
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Lamango

5 months ago
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Space Godzilla, Mogeura, and Hedorah are said to be 'seen'. We just know they're bodies Godzilla racked up before the planet became Godzilla.
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CdrWikizilla

5 months ago
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We don't "know" anything about their involvement. besides those three, even Moguera, are too big to be wasted as just carcasses. SpaceGodzilla and Hedorah kicked G's ass Toho wouldn't just kill them off off screen. Moguera makes sense considering all the tech in this movie and should be cool to see. and I personally am glad SpaceG and Hedorah are returning.
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Lamango

5 months ago
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Hedorah kicked G's ass and he had such a huge part in GFW, right?
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CdrWikizilla

5 months ago
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Take a shot every time toho changes the title of this movie
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Les

5 months ago
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Once
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Deathrock9

5 months ago
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Pretty bad drinking game considering the only time they've ever changed is when it was renamed from GODZILLA to GODZILLA: Monster Planet.

GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters doesn't count as that's just the international / English title.
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CdrWikizilla

5 months ago
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true lol
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Toolen

6 months ago
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Finally! A look at the big guy himself! He looks a lot like the LegendaryGoji. Very interesting. I like it, even though it's not what I was expecting. Can't wait to see more.
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SkullIsland

6 months ago
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The new title sounds too much like a Planet of the Apes movie
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Astounding Beyond Belief

6 months ago
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Just wait until the sequels, Godzilla: Rise of the Planet of the Monsters and Godzilla: War of the Planet of the Monsters.
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Deathrock9

6 months ago
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Wait, so Planet of the Monsters is only the English title and the far better Monster Planet title is the Japanese title? Thank god. Now I still have a valid reason to use the title that doesn't suck.
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CdrWikizilla

6 months ago
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I'm slightly disappointed with the design. I was kinda hoping for something new for this film, but the new design is basically LegendaryGoji. Maybe when we get more images of the design there will be more noticeable differences, but for now, like I said, somewhat dissapointed.
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Deathrock9

6 months ago
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All we have is a black and white image so some details will obviously be missing.
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CdrWikizilla

6 months ago
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True
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Indominus Rex 2016

6 months ago
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They could head for that Blue Godzilla in [ https://skre...-1.jpg?w=760 this image], in my opinion that design was kinda cool...
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Deathrock9

6 months ago
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That image is fan art.
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Indominus Rex 2016

6 months ago
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Oh...
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CdrWikizilla

6 months ago
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fail
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Bob Sherlock

6 months ago
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The new Godzilla design looks a lot like the 2014 design.
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MosuFan2004

6 months ago
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YUS YUS YUS YUS!!!! They went with a LegendaryGoji-like design!!!
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Deathrock9

6 months ago
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I'm already in love with the new Godzilla design. It's like LegendaryGoji but skinnier and therefore more agile. That should be pretty interesting.
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CdrWikizilla

6 months ago
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Oh kool Mecha G and a bird Godzilla. That should be interesting to see, if they appear in the movie at all.
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GodzillaZero-One

6 months ago
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What a detailed, enthralling, and original synopsis Netflix has there.
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CdrWikizilla

6 months ago
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ikr
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SkullIsland

7 months ago
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I'm starting to wonder if the SHMA Godzilla 2000 figure shown in the featurette was hinting at what the new Godzilla will look like.

Godzilla Monster Planet - Featurette - 8.png
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Astounding Beyond Belief

7 months ago
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It's just being used to choreograph a scene. You don't need a specific design for that.
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Toolen

7 months ago
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Now that they've released more information about the film, I can't help but be excited for this! When they first announced this film, I was a little skeptical, but this sounds like a great movie! The whole futuristic, sci-fi setting sounds interesting, and the idea of a sort of post-apocalyptic earth ruled by kaiju is nothing short of epic. I can't wait to see this!
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SkullIsland

8 months ago
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main character reveals


http://gigaz...nime-aj2017/
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Titanollante

8 months ago
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I made a page for Haruo Sakaki, now we need to make pages for: Yuko Tani, Metphies, Martin Lazzari, Adam Bindewald, and Mulu-Elu Galu-gu (weird name...) also for Netflix and Humans ( I don't know why didn't have that page sooner...)

Pages we need to make when we have enough info are Aratrum, Exifs, Bilsards, United Earth Powered Suit, and Tau Cetus e.
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SkullIsland

8 months ago
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The Japanese twitter user Pasinpasin pointed out what appears to be Godzilla's dorsal plates in the background of the new poster


https://mobi...466640920576
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Toolen

7 months ago
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Hmmmm....maybe, but then again, that could just be part of the scenery in the background. I doubt that's what it is.
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Ryanhussain14

8 months ago
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I'm a little confused as to how 20000 years passed when they arrived on Earth. It only took them 20 years to get to Tau Cetus e and the main character is still alive and young according to the poster (by the way, it isn't time dilation so it must be something else).
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Titanollante

8 months ago
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It is time dilation. They went to a planet that's 11 light years away from Earth and got there in 20 years, most likely they accelerated to a considerable fraction to the speed of light to get there and because of that time was "normal" to the humans but back on Earth (and the rest of the universe) time went super-fast from the perspective of the people that traveled to the new planet. When coming back they decided to go through some weird "hyperspace" thing which presumably gets them back home rather quickly and maybe still adds to the number of years passing on Earth, but most not considerably since I assume this hyperspace thing works like a wormhole.
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Kaiju4EVER

8 months ago
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Good, a better title.
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Deathrock9

8 months ago
Score 1
Now that a brief story has been revealed, I'm very excited for this film! It sounds like it's going to be a very unique Godzilla movie.
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Spinocroc123

8 months ago
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agreed. we also now official have SEVERAL monsters.
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SkullIsland

8 months ago
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It reminds me a lot of that movie After Earth.
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CdrWikizilla

8 months ago
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Unique indeed. Also I am now HYPED.
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SkullIsland

8 months ago
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I excited for this being a Trilogy
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Toolen

7 months ago
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The news just gets better and better! I can't wait until they reveal more information on the kaiju that will appear in the film. This is definitely going to be a unique and exciting entry in the series!
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Astounding Beyond Belief

8 months ago
Score 1
We should wait until the site/Twitter updates to change the page name, but folks who got their Shin Godzilla Blu-rays early have been posting pictures of a pamphlet that calls this movie Godzilla: Monster Planet.
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Dracosaurian

9 months ago
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Good thing I have netflix.
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Radionatix

9 months ago
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This to me looks like a futuristic Godzilla movie or Godzilla living on a planet. Looks extremely curious!
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Deathrock9

9 months ago
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It's gonna be pretty cool if it is set in the future. I'd love to see Godzilla in a futuristic environment and I loved seeing him on another planet in Invasion of Astro-Monster.
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SkullIsland

9 months ago
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Its likely a future or past earth as the first concept art says Old Tanzawa on the bottom right of the picture, and Tanzawa is a forest in Japan.
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SkullIsland

9 months ago
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I keep hearing rumors that Toho will reveal what Godzilla looks like sometime in April
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Deathrock9

9 months ago
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I'm hoping that's true because we've got little to no news about this film recently. All we've got so far is the poster, some concept art and the knowledge that its currently being animated.
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Ryanhussain14

10 months ago
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I bet five quid that people are going to "point out" that they can see Miregoji's dorsal plates in the background of the second concept art.
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SkullIsland

10 months ago
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The plants look more like biollante
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The King of the Monsters

11 months ago
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The new concept art really gives the impression they are going for a heavy futuristic science-fiction element to the film.
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Deathrock9

11 months ago
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It'll be awesome to have a Godzilla film set in the future.
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Kaijuuuuuuuu1

11 months ago
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Has the director been announced?
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The King of the Monsters

11 months ago
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It's being directed by Kobun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita.
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Magara M&E

12 months ago
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So the design name is animegoji
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Deathrock9

12 months ago
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That's what it will likely be called, unless the design is given a different name by Toho or the people working on the film.
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The King of the Monsters

12 months ago
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At the very least, it's the placeholder design name we will be using on this site until further notice. Technically the Hanna-Barbera, Godzilla: The Series and Godzilland Godzillas are all considered "Anime Godzillas" in Japan.
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SkullIsland

9 months ago
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The official hashtag for the movie is Anigodzi so I assume that's the design name.
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Titanollante

8 months ago
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I don't like the name "WakuseiGoji," it kind of feels bad. Sigh...
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MosuFan2004

13 months ago
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And this is the fourth Godzilla movie that is called "Godzilla".
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Kaiju4EVER

12 months ago
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"Godzilla" is also the Japanese literal title for The Return of Godzilla. So that makes five Godzilla movies.
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Spinocroc123

13 months ago
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hope we get some new and old monsters. i remember wikipedia reporting a 2017 Godzilla film, so they were right all along....
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Deathrock9

13 months ago
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It'll be a wasted opportunity if Godzilla is the only monster in the film.
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Kaijuuuuuuuu1

11 months ago
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I'm hoping for some kaiju like varan and anguirus.
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Toa Hydros

14 months ago
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Any clue on whether this will be a continuation of Shin Godzilla, or is this the beginning of a Millennium-type anthology?
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The King of the Monsters

14 months ago
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It's most likely that this will be a standalone film unconnected to Shin Godzilla or any previous film. As for whether it will begin a new anthology of films, that probably depends on how successful it is.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

13 months ago
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Looking at the teaser photo, there is a building that resembles an future-style. which means this film could take place in the future due to the building's advanced design/style, but let's just wait for the film to be released.
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Toolen

13 months ago
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They certainly aren't giving us any hints of the plot. That teaser image tells us virtually nothing.
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Magara M&E

14 months ago
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Godzilla,Madoka,and Shinji: Anime all out attack
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SuperNerd295

10 months ago
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With special guest meme "Get in the Robot"
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Magara M&E

14 months ago
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30th Godzilla film.
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Deathrock9

14 months ago
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Actually it's the 32nd Godzilla film. However, it is the 30th Japanese Godzilla film.
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Magara M&E

13 months ago
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Thats what I meant
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Toolen

13 months ago
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I'd say only 31. The 1998 film was, as they say, Godzilla In Name Only, or GINO for short. Although it was technically a part of the franchise, it doesn't really count.
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Magara M&E

12 months ago
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Same could be said for 2014
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Toolen

9 months ago
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Not really. The 2014 film pretty much succeeded where the 1998 film failed. Even Toho liked it. It's not part of the Toho series of films, but it is certainly a part of the franchise. It's definitely more of a proper Godzilla film than the 1998 film.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

14 months ago
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Never expected for this, but I'll like to see an Godzilla-anime film after the 1988 one was scrapped.
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Indominus Rex 2016

15 months ago
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Me wen i heard Godzilla was going to get an anime movie:

http://vigne...150403044404
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Toolen

15 months ago
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Wow. I didn't see this coming. I honestly don't know what to make of this. I'm not the biggest anime fan, but if it's Godzilla, I'll definitely watch it. Is anyone familiar with the work of polygon pictures? What exactly have they worked on?
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The King of the Monsters

15 months ago
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Polygon is a respected animation studio headquartered in Japan that specializes in 3DCG animation. They're most famous for their work animating American-made series, most famously Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
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Magara M&E

16 months ago
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I heard that's its going to be in a 3DCG format.
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GodzillaIsland7.2

16 months ago
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Source?
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Titanollante

16 months ago
Score 1
Well Magara, that's not a reliable source, but okay... I suppose we'll see soon. Also, before anyone even mentions it, 3D anime is considered anime... because the definition of anime is animation from Japan. (And in Japan, anime is just ALL animation...)
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Deathrock9

16 months ago
Score 1
I would try to take you to seriously but that's really difficult considering you just gave us a Toho Kingdom forum as your source.
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Magara M&E

16 months ago
Score 1

Ok, here's a better source

https://en.m...gon_Pictures
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The King of the Monsters

16 months ago
Score 1
It probably will end up being 3DCG, since that's what Polygon Pictures does.
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KaijuRanger2003

16 months ago
Score 1
This is gonna be cool! I hope it gets a U.S. release!
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Deathrock9

16 months ago
Score 1
It probably will. If not in theaters, then at least on DVD.
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Kaiju4EVER

16 months ago
Score 1
I expected them to continue to make new Godzilla films, but I absolutely did NOT expect it to be an ANIME! That is just awesome!
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Deathrock9

16 months ago
Score 1
Well... I don't like anime that much, but this is gonna be awesome.
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CdrWikizilla

6 months ago
Score 0
same
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Titanollante

16 months ago
Score 1

WOW!! I expected a Godzilla anime but this will be... interesting.

Kind of angry though that this film's title is just "GODZILLA." It BETTER be a tentative title, because WHY?? Really?? GODZILLA? Okay, so there's 1, 2, 3, 4, >>FIVE<< GODZILLA FILMS CALLED "Godzilla" (in Japan--in the U.S. it's now 4...)
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Godzilla321

14 months ago
Score 0
i would goes with godzilla reborn