Netflix Japan released another promotional trailer for the upcoming “Godzilla: Planet Of The Monsters” movie yesterday and it looks amazing! TOHO Animation produced the film and Polygon Pictures covered the animation. The upcoming Godzilla movie will be first in the franchise to be completely animated in 3DCG. It was released in Japan, November 17th 2017. Netflix will distribute the movie globally January 17th 2018, with subtitles and dubs! Checkout the trailer and more by continuing the news story.
Godzilla: Planet Of The Monsters Promotional Trailer
“Godzilla: Planet Of The Monsters” marks the 30th film for the blockbuster franchise and the first of an animated trilogy. The screenplay was written by Gen Urobuchi, best known for his work on “Madoka Magica” and “Psycho-Pass”. Kōbun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita co-directed the film and both have some impressive credits behind them. Kōbun Shizuno is responsible for a slew of “Detective Conan” work but may be more recognizable for directing another Netflix-Exclusive “Knights Of Sidonia”. While Hiroyuki Sheshita working with Polygon Pictures and Netflix released “Blame!” in 2017.
” Earth is abandoned. Godzilla has won and humans are exiled to the open universe in 2048. The central governments artificial intelligence select a few humans for an emigration vessel Aratrum, headed to planet Tau-e. Among them is a 4 year-old boy named Haruo Sakaki.
While the rest of the crew wants nothing more to make it to planet Tau-e, Haruo wants nothing more than to return. Light years pass and they arrive to an uninhabitable planet, fearing the worst Haruo and the crew spearhead a trip to Earth. Surviving the journey back Haruo and the crew find a very different planet from the past. Earth’s food chain has changed and Godzilla is king.”
Netflix will be releasing the moving January 17th 2018 in 190 countries. The movie is 89 minutes and will be available with a large selection of Dubs (7) and Subtitles (23).
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (standard), Spanish (Castilian).
English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Arabic,
Netherlands Danish, French, Finnish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Norwegian, Spanish (standard), Spanish (Castilian), Swedish, Polish, Turkish, Thai word, Romanian, Hebrew, Greek)