"Godzilla" Roars In Early Tracking

Above, the new Godzilla IMAX poster.

It is starting to look like Legendary Pictures/Warner Bros. Godzilla is a blockbuster in the making in early tracking.

The Hollywood Reporter reported:
May tentpole Godzilla came on tracking Thursday with impressive strength and should stomp past $60 million in its North American debut. More bullish box-office observers believe it could clear $70 million. 
The movie, hoping to finally launch a Hollywood studio franchise headlined by the giant lizard, could be a defining moment for Legendary Pictures, which spearheaded the $160 million reboot. Legendary co-financed 75 percent of Godzilla, with Warner Bros. putting up the rest of the money. 
Godzilla opens in North American theaters on May 16. It makes its international assault at the same time. Box-office observers believe Godzilla will have even more strength overseas.
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