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A new IMAX poster for Toho’s most recent monster mashup, Godzilla Minus One, has been revealed to promote the film’s impending U.S. release, after the publication of the film’s final trailer today.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a lot of posters and promotional pictures for Minus One, but this one-sheet may be the greatest yet. It features the fabled King of the Monsters emerging from the depths, ready to devastate post-war Japan even more with his distinctive atomic blast.
In a recent interview with Deadline, filmmaker Takashi Yamazaki disclosed that he first declined the chance to direct the film because he didn’t think his team had the technology necessary to realize his vision for Godzilla.
“I had been approached several times but turned it down until my team’s technology was capable of expressing the Godzilla I had envisioned. After seeing Shin Godzilla, my motivation increased, and my technology evolved considerably. I was once again formally approached and decided to give it a try.”
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Yamazaki had previously presented his initial proposal for the project, wherein he also provided an explanation for the unconventional title
“Postwar Japan has lost everything. The film depicts an existence that gives unprecedented despair. The title Godzilla Minus One was created with this in mind. In order to depict this, the staff and I have worked together to create a setting where Godzilla looks as if “fear” itself is walking toward us, and where despair is piled on top of despair. I think this is the culmination of all the films I have made to date, and one that deserves to be “experienced” rather than “watched” in the theater. I hope you will experience the most terrifying Godzilla in the best possible environment.”
A brief synopsis reveals that in Godzilla: Minus One, an already devastated postwar Japan faces a new threat in the form of Godzilla. Specific plot details are still under wraps.