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Godzilla (8-May-2014)

Director: Gareth Edwards

Writers: Max Borenstein; Dave Callaham

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Giant Monster, Japan

Reboot of the Godzilla franchise tells the tale of a mythical reptilian monster's battles against creatures bent on humanity's destruction.

ABSTRACT
Intended as a reboot of the Godzilla franchise in keeping with the style of the Toho Company's series of films, Godzilla brings the story of the world's most famous fire-breathing monster into the twenty-first century, following his origin fable and fateful mutation during American nuclear weapons testing through to an unlikely bid to save humanity's existence decades later when they are endangered by swarms of similarly-mutated nefarious prehistoric creatures.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Juliette Binoche
Actor
9-Mar-1964   Chocolat and The English Patient
Garry Chalk
Actor
17-Feb-1952   Michael Oakes on The Killing
Bryan Cranston
Actor
7-Mar-1956   Walter White on Breaking Bad
Sally Hawkins
Actor
27-Apr-1976   Happy-Go-Lucky
Aaron Johnson
Actor
13-Jun-1990   Kick-Ass
Richard T. Jones
Actor
16-Jan-1972   Bruce Van Exel on Judging Amy
Elizabeth Olsen
Actor
16-Feb-1989   Martha Marcy May Marlene
Peter Shinkoda
Actor
?   Dai on Falling Skies
David Strathairn
Actor
26-Jan-1949   Passion Fish
Ken Watanabe
Actor
21-Oct-1959   The Last Samurai

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