New Godzilla Movie

New Godzilla Movie to Appear in November 2023

A new Godzilla movie will release on November 3, 2023. This information was shared through the official Godzilla Twitter account. However, details about the production are fairly scarce. What we do know is that Director Takashi Yamazaki will serve as both the writer and director on the upcoming film. Yamazaki’s credits include the CGI Doraemon film, Stand by Me Doraemon, and the Parasyte adaptation. More information about the film will appear sometime in the future.

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In other Godzilla related news, Studio Khara and TOHO teamed up to release a Godzilla and Neon Genesis Evangelion crossover in the form of a pachinko machine. The announcement trailer shows the EVA pilots going head to head with the iconic monster. King Ghidora was also shown in the footage. Additionally, the pachinko machine will also feature an entirely unique story, and include two new songs.

In January 2022, it was announced that another live action Godzilla adaptation would be appearing on Apple TV+. The adaptation will be handled by Legendary Entertainment. However, much like the new Godzilla film further details about the television show have yet to be announced. More information about the live action adaptation will appear in the future.

The new Godzilla movie will release on November 3, 2023.

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