'Godzilla' Is Really Good At Hiding In New Trailer

Like a nuclear-powered Waldo. You'd think that Godzilla, the gigantic, nuclear lizard prone to leaving paths of destruction after stomping through major cities, would be considered high profile. According to the latest trailer, its really good at hiding in water and clouds and plumes of smoke. Like the Waldo of monsters.

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We don't come to Monster Island and smash up your shit. This being the first trailer for Gareth Edwards's Godzilla, we see very little of the monster. We do, however, see mankind rallying to deal with the giant nuclear lizard threat. That effort somehow involves sky-diving at the monster while unarmed. I'm not sure how that subdues the beast. Beyond that, we're also treated to Godzilla's path of destruction and shocked reaction shots from Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, and the only Japanese actor in Hollywood's rolodex, Ken Watanabe.


'Godzilla' Really Upsets Bryan Cranston In The Latest Trailer

They really got off on the wrong foot. If you've been watching the last few Godzilla trailers, you know that Bryan Cranston seems to hate the crap out of the giant monster. The latest, extended trailer fills in the gaps to explain the Cranston-Godzilla beef. You see, it seems that Godzilla forced Cranston to have to kill his own wife. Talk about bad first impressions. That would cheese me off too. Team Cranston! Even though he's being a bit of a hypocrite here.


Monsters Collide In Latest 'Godzilla' Trailer

"Let them fight." Until this point, Godzilla trailers have mostly been a lot of Bryan Cranston yelling but that doesn't put butts in seats in Asia. So for the Godzilla trailer released in Asia, the marketing department gives the people what they want -- giant monsters and the inference that they are going to fight. And more Ken Watanabe (he's like the Bryan Cranston of Asia). This is our first real look at Godzilla's opponent, MUTO (outside of toy form), which appears to be some kind of pterodactyl with radioactive hook arms. Which means it was either conceived by a six-year old or a really high person.


Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Reunite For Some Emmy Yuks in 'Barely Legal Pawn'

Also starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Looks like the Primetime Emmy committee also misses seeing Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. Having been too busy committeeing for Godzilla or Need For Speed, they brought Breaking Bad's Walt and Jessie back for this Pawn Stars parody video also starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Created by the team behind Broad City, it's pretty funny throughout but worth watching all the way to the end. Give it a watch and don't forget to watch the Emmys and Godzilla and Need For Speed.