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New 'Godzilla' trailer: See the monster roar -- VIDEO

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Legendary and Warner Bros. having been offering teases for the new Godzilla film for months, but we haven’t gotten a good look at the latest incarnation of the monster itself — until now.

In a TV spot unveiled Friday, the headliner makes a glorious appearance, unleashing that iconic Godzilla roar. Oh, and there’s tons of people fleeing the destruction the monster leaves in its nuclear disaster-tinged wake. Take a look: READ FULL STORY

'Godzilla' extended trailer: This monster ruins pretty much everything -- VIDEO

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A new, extended Godzilla trailer is out, highlighting the epic destruction the legendary monster will be causing when the Warner Bros./Legendary film arrives in theaters May 16.

There’s a devastated/paranoid Bryan Cranston, who tries to save his wife (Juliette Binoche); a little girl whose vacation is about to get a whole lot more interesting; and lots and lots of military types who have no idea what they are up against. We barely get to see the big baddie, but one thing’s for sure — Godzilla will ruin your day.

'Godzilla' international teaser: Bryan Cranston still wants the truth! -- VIDEO

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I still haven’t decided whether to jet to Egypt or Sweden on May 14 to get an early glimpse of Godzilla. The new monster movie, which has raised expectations with two riveting trailers, opens in five international territories two days before it debuts in the U.S. Don’t feel too bad: Japan, which has more than a little connection to the movie-monster, has to wait until July 25!

In this new international teaser, viewers get a re-spliced montage of destruction wrapped up in Bryan Cranston’s paranoid monologue. But this time, we get to glimpse Cranston telling some civilian that he’s not crazy. HE WANTS THE TRUTH!

Then… more wreckage, more stoic voiceover, more Ken Watanabe-as-Jeff Goldblum in Jurassic Park, and more teasing glimpses of the giant beasts (plural), including a great Dark Knight Rises bus shot with ‘Zilla’s craggly back silhouette reflected in the window.

Watch the new teaser below: READ FULL STORY

'Godzilla' trailer: Find out why Bryan Cranston is so scared -- VIDEO

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And that’s why they call it a tease. Tuesday morning’s audio-only clip for Godzilla, featuring Bryan Cranston ranting about state secrets and imminent danger, is much better with some shots of apocalyptic destruction. The full trailer incorporates a version of Cranston’s voice-over with glimpses of the beast and the havoc it leaves in its wake, while Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Elizabeth Olsen run for cover and plot a response.

“Can you kill it?” asks Taylor-Johnson’s soldier.

That didn’t work in 1954, according to the trailer. That Godzilla movie mythology about being awakened by American nuclear tests in the Pacific Ocean? Turns out those nukes were detonated with the specific intention of destroying the beast. Godzilla makes a cameo, but mostly, we see… something… tossing planes out of the sky and rolling giant battleships.

As far as trailers go, I’d say Godzilla is now two-for-two. No snickering yet. Watch the full trailer below: READ FULL STORY

Bryan Cranston wants answers in new 'Godzilla' clip -- VIDEO

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“You’re not fooling anybody when you say what happened 15 years ago was a natural disaster, all right?! It was not an earthquake! It wasn’t a typhoon!”

Much, much worse, actually: It was Roland Emmerich’s 1998 dud, Godzilla.

Emmerich’s Godzilla made the strategic decision to keep its prehistoric beast under wraps until the movie opened. Gareth Edwards’ reboot, which opens May 16, offered a brief glimpse of the city-stomping monster in its debut trailer – but backpedals in the most recent teaser, an audio-only clip that relies purely on the panic-stricken voice of Bryan Cranston. Clearly, his character has seen something incredible. “You have no idea what’s coming,” he warns, after zig-zagging through the emotional spectrum.

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'In Secret': Elizabeth Olsen on working with Oscar Isaac, making 'Godzilla' and 'Avengers' -- EXCLUSIVE

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Speaking to Elizabeth Olsen this time of year traditionally means you’re previewing Sundance. In recent years, beginning with Martha Marcy May Marlene in 2011, she’s been one of the indie festival’s biggest darlings. This year, unfortunately, she doesn’t have a film in the Sundance lineup — but on Feb. 21, she stars in In Secret, a period romantic thriller based on Émile Zola’s novel, Thérese Raquin. Olsen plays an unhappy wife trapped in a passionless marriage to her cousin (Tom Felton, in full-on creepy Alan Cumming mode). When sparks instead fly with her husband’s dashing artist friend (Oscar Isaac), they’re tempted to knock off the man keeping them apart, never mind the withering glares of her mother-in-law (Jessica Lange).

In Secret looks promising, but Olsen is also poised to go from the art-house to the multiplex in a huge way. The 25-year-old was an essential part of Spike Lee’s Oldboy remake earlier this fall, and next year, she stars in the wait-this-trailer-almost-looks-promising Godzilla. And while that monster movie opens in May, she’ll likely be rubbing elbows with Marvel superheroes like Iron Man and Captain America as the character Scarlet Witch, one of the two new members of Joss Whedon’s Avengers.

Rest assured, Olsen isn’t turning her back on the indie world. In fact, she’ll be at Sundance in January to support her boyfriend, Boyd Holbrook, who has two promising movies screening.

In addition to the exclusive new poster for In Secret, Olsen checked in with EW to discuss the movie and what promises to be a most exciting 2014.

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'Godzilla' trailer: The King of Monsters has a taste for prestige actors -- VIDEO

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Academy-nominee David Strathairn. Emmy-winner Bryan Cranston. Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche. Arthouse-Avengers Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen, and Oscar-nominee Ken Watanabe…

…meet Godzilla.

The first trailer for Legendary’s 2014 monster movie keeps the gigantic nuclear dinosaur mostly hidden behind veils of smoke, but there’s no doubting he’s got a big footprint. Strathairn air-drops a military unit into a destroyed city, and while we get to meet the heroes tasked with fighting the beast, we witness the wreckage he created. The soldiers announce their presence on the way down with red smoke trails. It’s a noble, heroic mission that sadly reminds me of sprinkling fish food into a fish tank. Bon appetit, ‘zilla.

Get your first glimpse of Godzilla below:
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'Godzilla' castmembers talk about their roles in the film (and Bryan Cranston touches on post-'Breaking Bad' plans)

The cast of Godzilla, currently in the middle of filming the monster movie, stopped by EW’s Comic-Con suite over the weekend to talk with Sara Vilkomerson about their roles in the 2014 film. Director Gareth Edwards, Elizabeth Olsen, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston also talked about their the enthusiasm of the Comic-con fans, and Cranston revealed his post-Breaking Bad plans. Check out the interview below.

'Godzilla,' 'Warcraft,' Tom Cruise, and Batman: Ranking the buzz from the Warner Bros./Legendary program

Saturday is the busiest and buzziest day of Comic-Con, with the major studios taking over the massive Hall H with a varied slate of mega-budget blockbuster hopefuls, genre curios, remakes, cartoons, potential Oscar nominees, and January dumping-ground dreck. The Warner Bros./Legendary program, which kicked off today’s Hall H schedule featured six full panels and a sneak peek-ish original scene from a long-in-the-works videogame adaptation — the studio wound up conquering Twitter just by putting a couple of logos together.

Obviously, it would be ridiculous to offer any kind of qualitative assessment of these projects: Comic-Con panels are basically extended infomercials (albeit occasionally very charming infomercials). But here’s a semi-scientific ranking of how much positive buzz each project generated. (Fun Fact: Batman appears in at least two of these projects.
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Casting Net: Jessica Chastain for 'Crimson Peak'; Plus, Bradley Cooper to replace Jude Law in Natalie Portman pic, more

• Guillermo del Toro is assembling quite the A-List cast for his gothic horror film Crimson Peak. Yesterday, we learned that Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek Into Darkness) had joined the cast, and news broke today that two-time Oscar-nominee Jessica Chastain is in final negotiations to star in the film. Del Toro produced Mama, which starred Chastain, but has never directed the Zero Dark Thirty star before. The project is the midst of a script re-write with Del Toro and Lucinda Coxon (The Heart of Me). Matthew Robbins (The Sugarland Express) wrote the original draft with Del Toro. [Variety]

• The trouble-plagued production for Jane Got a Gun may have finally gotten some good news. It looks like Oscar-nominee Bradley Cooper is set to take over for Jude Law, who left the project late last month, as did director Lynne Ramsay. Warrior director Gavin O’Connor has since taken over, and they’ve continued shooting what they can with Natalie Portman and Joel Edgerton. [Deadline]

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