William Stenz

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Legendary Pictures Character
Admiral Stenz as he is seen in Godzilla
Admiral William Stenz
Species Human
Nationality American
Occupation Navy Rear Admiral
(Upper Half)
Related to None
First appearance Latest appearance
Godzilla (2014) Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)
Played by David Strathairn
Katsuhiko Sasaki (voice, Japanese dub)
Gentlemen, you are being sent in via halo-jump. Now, I realize that not all of you have had hands-on experience... And frankly, none of us have ever faced such a situation quite like this one before. But I would not be asking any one of you to take this leap if I did not have complete faith in your ability to succeed. Your courage will never be more needed than it is today.

— Admiral Stenz (Godzilla)

Admiral William Stenz (ステンズ提督,   Sutenzu Teitoku) is a navy commander character created by Legendary Pictures who first appeared in the 2014 Godzilla film, Godzilla.




Admiral Stenz is the commander of an elite navy squadron that includes Ford Brody, which is sent into the ruins of San Francisco, California, where a battle between Godzilla and the MUTOs is taking place. He was adamant on destroying both the MUTOs and Godzilla using a nuclear bomb, even though Dr. Serizawa told them to stand down and let Godzilla fight, believing he was here to kill the MUTOs and restore balance to nature. This plan went south after the male M.U.T.O stole the nuclear bomb and took it to San Francisco to build a nest with its mate, endangering thousands of civilians. After this, Stenz reluctantly agreed to leave the MUTOs in Godzilla's hands and focus all military personnel to extract the bomb for it to detonate safely elsewhere.




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2 months ago
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"This alpha predator of yours... Do you really think he has a chance?"

I guess he wanted to believe in Godzilla as much as Serizawa believed in him.