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Saturday, November 4, 2023

Gareth Edwards said he felt jealous watching ‘GODZILLA MINUS ONE

Gareth Edwards says he was jealous watching ‘GODZILLA MINUS ONE’.

“This is what a Godzilla movie should be. It must be mentioned as a candidate for the best Godzilla movie of all time.”

Per ComicBook.com, Cinema Today recently conducted an interview with Takashi Yamazaki and director Gareth Edwards ahead of the Godzilla Minus One release in Japan (which will be followed by a U.S. release a month later). During the conversation, Edwards was asked what he thought of Yamazaki's movie and he said "I felt jealous the whole time." He also shared that the project is "what a Godzilla movie should be." Read Edwards' full quote below:

There were a lot of things that I felt were very new for Godzilla, and I felt jealous the whole time I was watching the movie. This is what a Godzilla movie should be. [Godzilla Minus One] must be mentioned as a candidate for the best Godzilla movie of all time.

Godzilla Minus One isn't just another notch in the monster's cinematic belt. This film—remarkably the 37th iteration—presents a Japan standing on the precipice of reconstruction following the devastation of World War II. It's against this bleak backdrop that the colossal creature returns, forcing the nation to not only rebuild its physical surroundings but also to summon the collective strength to confront an ancient terror reborn.

This latest Godzilla venture is more than a simple tale of monster versus man. The film delves into how a country, emerging from the ravages of conflict, encounters a new and unique foe. As Godzilla lays claim to the land, the people of Japan are depicted in a dramatic fight for their future, adding a layer of human drama to the expected catastrophic showdowns.

The release of Godzilla Minus One may seem a bit confusing in the wake of the 2014 movie, which kicked off an English-language franchise known as the Monsterverse. The Monsterverse Godzilla has appeared in additional movies, namely Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Godzilla vs. Kong, and the upcoming Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire. The creature is also set to appear in the upcoming Apple TV+ MonsterVerse show Monarch: Legacy of Monsters.

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