Arriving just in time to mark its 70th anniversary, the latest devastating chapter in the Godzilla franchise has an official trailer for Godzilla: Minus One, following a teaser which premiered in July. The film is also set to close this year’s 36th edition of the Tokyo International Film Festival ahead of its Japan release on November 3, with a nationwide U.S. rollout starting December 1.
Hollywood and Japan continue to bear their own dueling iterations of Godzilla franchise, and with Adam Wingard still on deck for next year’s Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire over at Legendary. As for the latter, it’ll be Returner and The Great War Of Archimedes helmer Takashi Yamazaki hailing a November 3 release for Toho’s newest Reiwa era-set incarnation, Godzilla: Minus One.
I stan guys like director Takashi Yamazaki, so it’s wholly a welcome feat that he’s being tapped to direct a new Godzilla movie coming on November 3, 2023.
While my own anime intake since 2016 has slowed down greatly in recent memory, that hasn’t discouraged me from plotting further viewing, and rest assured, I know I have my work cut out for me when it comes to Lupin the Third. The franchise, hailing from Monkey Punch fifty years since the birth of the manga and subsequent anime, returns to screens with Lupin III: The First, from Returner and Parasyte 1 & 2 director Takashi Yamazaki.
It’s a little more than two months waiting for Takashi Yamazaki’s epic new World War 2 thriller, The Great War Of Archimedes. For now, slide this bit of footage in as your first official trailer hailing Gintama actor Masaki Suda as a genuis mathematician who launches his own investigation targeting a conspiracy regarding the construction of Japanese warships for the ongoing World War II.