Comic-Con 2018: The Godzilla: King Of The Monsters Trailer Is Dope

Monster, explosions, disasters, oh my.

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Now Playing: Everything We Learned At The Warner Bros. Panel At SDCC 2018

Warner Bros.'s massive Hall H panel at Comic-Con features a lot of new trailers, but one of the the most exciting dropped so far has been for the new Godzilla movie titled Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Starring Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things), the trailer features all kinds of monsters and mayhem.

In the film, the planet is experiencing some kind of apocalyptic payback for all the damage that humanity has done to the Earth, complete with huge natural disasters meant to take out the human race. In order to save the our species, they have to find all the titans, (Godzilla, Mothera, etc.) who have been hiding since the time when they ruled over the earth.

The trailer opens with Brown on a rooftop, watching intently as a storm begins to cover the entire city. It then goes on to show various disasters occurring around the globe, before getting to the moment we've all been waiting for; a good look at the new Godzilla.

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Godzilla emerges from the water, looks down at the puny humans, and lets out a blue fiery roar. Naturally, CGI technology has improved since the last time we got a Godzilla movie, so he, along with all the other monsters shown in the trailer, looks amazing. Mothera's giant green wings are also particularly awe inspiring.

Seems like we're in for a super thrilling movie, with lots of chaos, and huge monsters. Godzilla: King of the Monsters premieres in May, 2019.

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