Japanese company Toho has begun movieing its version of the movie "Godzilla", which is due to be presented to viewers in 2016. According to Variety, this will be the first Japanese movie project to feature a fire-breathing monster since 2004.
Earlier, on the official Facebook page of the Gomaru Island community, which tracks all the news about such paintings, several promo videos were posted, depicting residents of Tokyo fleeing in panic from the monster. Toho has not provided any official material related to the movie yet.
The green light was given to the project in December 2014 in the wake of the success of the Hollywood movie Godzilla.
According to producer Taichi Ueda, the Japanese version "will be in no way inferior to the American version." The exact date of the premiere has not yet been announced.
Recall that the first movie about Godzilla was released by Toho studio in 1954, and the last at the time of this writing, titled "Godzilla: Final Wars" - in 2014. In total, more than three dozen movies have been shot, including Hollywood. In 2018, Warner Bros. will present the sequel to Gareth Edwards' movie "Godzilla 2".
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