It's Godzilla vs. Minions In A New Toho Promo Video
Written By: Ken Hulsey
It's thirty seconds long, cute, and very $#&*@#! cool!
Just in case you haven't seen this yet, the latest promo video for Toho Cinemas in Japan features the Minions from Despicable Me and everyone's favorite monster Godzilla. The clip is just too darn cute, and although it's in Japanese, I think everyone will get the gist.
My wife was quick to point out that the last Minion who follows Godzilla was actually me, and I agree. If I got that close to Godzilla, I would be more starstruck than if I had lunch with Harrison Ford (wouldn't that be cool!). Actually, come to think of it, Godzilla walked down the red carpet right behind me at the premiere of "Godzilla: Final Wars", so I kinda already had a moment like that.
... and YES that was friggin awesome!
The Minions will soon star in their own theatrical film, entitled Minions, to be released in the United States on July 10, 2015.
Toho Studios plans to release a new Godzilla film in 2016, with principal photography beginning during the summer of 2015.
See Also: Godzilla #18, January 1979 Issue - Marvel Comic, Godzilla #19, February 1979 Issue - Marvel Comics, Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #21, Godzilla Hotel To Open In Tokyo, Godzilla, Seven Samurai Reunited at Tokyo Exhibition, GODZILLA 2 or STAR WARS Spin-Off? Which is More Exciting?!, Godzilla Vinyl Wars 1973 Sofubi Vinyl Figure - Previews Exclusive, Godzilla 2: release date confirmed, Pacific Rim 2 & Godzilla Crossover Rumors Abound, Godzilla 2 Monsters: 'Skull Island' Writer Penning Script For Sequel, A Possible King Kong Vs Godzilla Crossover?, Gareth Edwards Scores Godzilla 2, 3 ... and Star Wars?!!, Gareth Edwards Teases 'Destroy All Monsters' for the 'Godzilla' Sequel
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