Set Pictures From 'Godzilla' Filming Show Helicopter Wrecks and Military Rides


Set Pictures From 'Godzilla' Filming Show Helicopter Wrecks and Military Rides
Director Gareth Edwards additionally sends a greeting from the filming location while showing an airport terminal setting.


A sneak peek at the upcoming new take on the classic monster "Godzilla" is made available through several on-set pictures. Taken from the filming location in Canada, they show props for the movie. One displays a heavily-damaged chopper, another shows a concealed prop, and the other two give a look at military vehicles, a truck and a classic humvee.

Besides the images, director Gareth Edwards sends a greeting from the set on the first day of principal photography. In a video message that shows an airport terminal setting, the director gives a brief introduction to what he claims as "a very long shoot." They manage to finish the first shot that went really "great."

The new movie intended as a reboot of the classic "Godzilla" movie franchise stars Aaron Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston, Juliette Binoche, David Strathairn and Ken Watanabe. It's planned for a May 16, 2014 release in the U.S. with the plot remaining under tight wraps.



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