Godzilla unleashed: A recent glimpse from the upcoming Godzilla Minus One spotlights the Kaiju in action

    In the upcoming cinematic spectacle, the iconic Godzilla takes center stage. A recently unveiled still offers a tantalizing preview, capturing the legendary beast's raw power and motion.

    Godzilla Minus One (Source: Cosmic Book News)

    Godzilla Minus One (Source: Cosmic Book News)

    A new look from the upcoming Godzilla movie just dropped and fans are hyped for the latest entry on the legendary franchise.

    The movie will be the 33rd entry in the franchise and will be the first Japanese Godzilla movie in eight years, the last Japanese movie was Shin Godzilla which came out in 2016.

    Unleashing the Legend

    The upcoming movie is directed by Takashi Yamazaki and the movie will be set after World War 2, when Japan is struggling to rebuild itself.

    Yamazaki said in an interview that the movie will be the most frightening Godzilla movie ever made and considering the director's track record fans across the globe are hyped.

    The Hollywood Counterpart

    Godzilla x Kong (Source: IMDB)

    Meanwhile, Godzilla is also a part of Legendary Studio's Monsterverse and will be appearing in two upcoming projects, the first is the sequel to Godzilla x Kong titled Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, which will see Godzilla and Kong team up for a second time against a new threat.

    The movie is directed by Adam Wingard and stars Dan Stevens, Rebecca Hall, and Brian Tyree Henry. The movie will hit the big screen in 2024.

    The second is a spinoff series Monarch: Legacy of Monsters for Apple TV, the series will be set after the vents of Godzilla x Kong and will explore the history of the Monarch organization.

    The series was created by Chris Black and stars Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, and Anna Sawai. The Legacy of Monster will be streaming this November.

    Godzilla Minus One will be premiering at the 36th Tokyo International Film Festival on November 1, 2023, and will be hitting theaters across the globe in December.