Legendary Pictures had to shed veneration of a classic to make room for King Kong in Godzilla's world.
Godzilla is known throughout the world as the Hulk Hogan of monster wrestling, but the original film that started it all is a deep allegory, taking its inspiration from a dark place in world history.
'Godzilla: King of the Monsters' not only sold fewer than half as many tickets as its 2014 precursor, but it also had a worse opening than the 1998 'Godzilla.'
The latest MonsterVerse sequel is a treasure chest of references to old school Godzilla movies.
Gareth Edwards' 'Godzilla' proposes the creature could be humanity's savior, but Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi's 'Shin Godzilla' remind us why the creature in its purest form is destruction.
The 2014 American reboot of Toho's iconic IP raises the stakes of its kaiju showdowns by imploring us to experience and appreciate its human counterpart, too.
Before Roland Emmerich came along and ruined everything, Clive Barker, Jan de Bont, and other interesting names attempted to bring the King of the Monsters to America.
'Godzilla' nabbed the B-movie fears of 'The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms' and elevated them to A-movie terror.
Do you find yourself up late at night thinking about how cool it would be if Godzilla was your friend? So do we.
Director Yoshimitsu Banno, an assistant to Akira Kurosawa, crafted a preachy comedy of horrors for the eleventh sequel in the Godzilla franchise.