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Markus Krenn

The Beehi(gh Fiv)ve made my day

Sean Kelly

That tail looks nice, but they shouldn’t follow the same mistake Roland Emmerich made and hide Godzilla from the marketing materials.

Markus Krenn

I have to disagree. It would be great if we don’t see a single picture or shot of Godzilla until the curtain drops.

Matthew Fabb

While 1998’s Godzilla was a bad movie, keeping Gozilla hidden seemed to work as a marketing ploy. Looking it up on Box Office Mojo, it was the biggest opening weekend of 1998. Only problem was that it was a horrible movie and word of mouth sunk it.

That said, even if they do show what Godzilla looks like, I think it makes sense to keep it hidden when it’s a full year away. Give a few teases as the publicity ramps up, rather than show things a full year away.

That said, like Markus, I would be perfectly happy not to see what Gozilla looked like until I saw the movie.