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Godzilla Loses Two Producers, Starts Filming this March

Two producers of the upcoming 2014 reboot on the Godzilla movie departs the project. Producers Dan Lin and Roy Lee are scheduled to leave this week on focus on their other upcoming projects.

Other projects connected to Lin and Lee are the remake of “Death Note” (live action) and Stephen King's “It”. Both in development. Lin is also working on a "Lego" film, while Lee is working on the remake of “Oldboy” and the new “Battle Royale”.

Last November, Cinematographer Seamus McGarvey (The Avengers) revealed in an interview that movie will start filming early this year. And recently, after director Gareth Edwards stated his vision of the film, Warner Bros is now committed to start filming this March.

Directed by Britsh indie director Gareth Edwards (Monsters), Godzilla opens May 16th, 2014. The film is said to "return the character to its epic roots with a gritty, realistic actioner."

via Hit Fix: Motion Captured

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3 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    History has taught me that when a film goes through producers like water, the final product won't be very good. I really want this film to be good because it would revive the King of the Monsters, who hasn't had a feature film in almost a decade.

    On the other hand,I dread the thought of a film that's worse than Zilla '98.

  2. umm didn't Final Wars count as a movie? or do you mean theatrical release if so zilla was a bomb that didn't work well for it so yes

  3. didn't final wars count as a godzilla movie? or are you talking about a theatrical release here state side if so then your right it was indeed that bomb of a localization tuna head sucked - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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