After releasing the "atomic breath" teaser picture, a new clip from the film showcases Monarch, a group that has been tasked with investigating monsters. That points fans to a website where you can dig for clues to unlock classified files and track Godzilla across the globe. Told you it was a ideal fit. She's playing Madison Russell, daughter of two Monarch scientists played by Kyle Chandler and Vera Farmiga.
One of the most highly-anticipated flicks out there is Trick 'r Treat director Michael Dougherty's upcoming sequel to Godzilla called Godzilla: King of the Monsters. At first, Millie's attempts to make contact with Monarch seem futile.
Zach Shields wrote the script for the film.
Of course, as with all good Godzilla movies, the trailer doesn't actually unveil the monster just yet, we'll likely have to wait for a much longer trailer, or even the movie itself because suspense. The latter appears in the first clip released from the film.
Eleven: King of Monsters - I understand that they've got to bank on her popularity for more sales, but it feels kind of "off" not having Godzilla as a main centrepiece of the promotional material.
The only other information about the plot of this movie is that it concerns monsters Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah, who will no doubt face-off against Godzilla and his Monarch pals in the ultimate showdown. The terror of Tokyo is going to meet some of his most legendary foes - Mothra, Rodan, and the three-headed, dragonlike serpent, King Ghidorah.