Godzilla Minus One trailer shows first look at Atomic Breath

Godzilla Minus One is back with another trailer ahead of its premiere in December. The two-minute trailer finally gives us some nice, uncut glimpses of the King of the Monsters and even introduces the creature’s iconic atomic breath.

The other Godzilla Minus One So far, the trailers have done a great job of teasing destructive kaiju action without spoiling too much of the Toho film’s plot, and today’s trailer is no different. In extended versions of some footage we’ve previously seen, Godzilla can be seen rampaging through post-war Tokyo. The legendary monster appears to be more powerful than ever as it throws moves and plows through buildings at incredible speeds. To make matters worse for the citizens of Tokyo, this version of Godzilla will actually contain a version of his atomic breath.

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Towards the end of the footage, we get a brief taste of the Kaiju’s bright blue spikes. However, this version of Atomic Breath appears to be slightly different than previous takes. It’s unclear what the actual fire attack will look like, but Godzilla’s spines can be seen expanding as he prepares to unleash hell on Tokyo. You can see our latest look at a new Toho Godzilla film in the Godzilla Minus One Trailer below.

Godzilla Minus One marks Toho’s first return to the franchise in quite some time. However, other Godzilla films at Legendary Pictures have helped fill the gap. In particular, fans will be treated to a spin-off series from Apple TV+, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, in just a few weeks, on November 17th. This show appears to be exploring monsters from a more human perspective, although early footage shows that Godzilla will actually make some appearances. Legendary is still working hard on it too Godzilla vs. Kong Consequence, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire.

Godzilla Minus One wants to offer a more traditional entry into the Kaiju universe. You can look forward to seeing it in theaters on December 1, 2023.

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