WATCH: ‘Godzilla’ Shows Itself in New Trailer

The monster has finally arisen.

The latest TV spot for “Godzilla” provides the first full look at the deadly reptile. True to deadly form, Godzilla lets out a vicious roar that sends everyone on the street running. Now we know what Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who play a father and son in the pic, are looking at with wide-eyed, open-mouthed astonishment.

Titled “Nature Has An Order,” the clip includes new footage on the personal drama of the movie’s main characters.

“You’re only going to be gone for a few days, right?” Elizabeth Olsen’s character asks her boyfriend Taylor-Johnson. “You are going to come back to me. It’s not the end of the world.” Well, not until the tsunami hits.

Taylor-Johnson is separated from him loved ones to join the U.S. Army to fight the monster.

Legendary and Warner Bros.’s “Godzilla” also stars Juliette Binoche and Ken Watanabe. Gareth Edwards’ reboot hits theaters on May 16.

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  1. Mike says:

    Steven Spielberg must be jealous as HECK about this one. This remake has him written all over it.

  2. johntshea says:

    So they spent millions on CGI effects to make it look like…a man in a suit! Great! Just like the old days! Only more expensive…

    • RMW says:

      The “man-in-a-suit” look is classic. The last time they tampered with the look led to the reviled 1998 Roland Emmerich version.

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