I wasn't completely convinced at first. It didn't matter how well the film looked from the first teaser. It didn't matter about the good cast the WB put together. When you've seen nearly all the old-school "Godzilla" films growing up, when you still have bad memories of the horrid American Godzilla version in your mind, its a tough sell. How can a movie studio make a simple story about monsters in a city relevant?
The new trailer for "Godzilla" answers that question for us, tell a great story well. The trailer for this movie sets a creepy tone, a genuinely creepy tone. Bryan Cranston looks like he'll be taking a leadership role in this movie, and it looks like he'll nail it. Overall, there are some big quasi-hints dropped in the trailer too, and I can't wait to see how it pans out.
I never thought I'd get excited for a "Godzilla" trailer again, never say never.