‘Godzilla Minus One’ gets beautiful new poster after blockbuster receives surprising Oscar attention


  • A new ‘For Your Consideration’ poster has been released Godzilla minus oneshows the sheer size of the Kaiju.
  • The poster celebrates the film’s inclusion in the Best Visual Effects list at the 2024 Oscars, becoming the first Japanese film to achieve this feat.
  • Godzilla minus one It was a huge critical and box office success.

Godzilla minus one It gets a stunning new poster as the Japanese monster movie gets some surprising Oscar attention. Directed by Takashi Yamazaki, the new film is not part of Legendary’s Monsterverse, but rather an independent film produced by Toho, the studio responsible for creating the titular kaiju. Godzilla minus oneThe reviews were extremely positive and the film was a huge box office success, exceeding expectations in almost every aspect.

Now the official Godzilla minus one The X account, formerly known as Twitter, shared a new “For Your Consideration” poster for the film. View the poster below:

The title is a tribute to the fact that the film was the first Japanese film to be selected for Best Visual Effects at the Oscars. The film is one of the ten selected films. The five official nominees will be announced on January 23, 2024.

The other nine films included in the Best Visual Effects list are: The creator, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3, Napoleon, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning part one, Indiana Jones and the fate guide, poor things, Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire, Snow companyAND Spider-Man: About the Spider-Verse.

Godzilla minus one is a triumph


Yamazaki’s film becoming the first Japanese film to make the Best Visual Effects list is just one of his many achievements. Godzilla minus oneThe box office success of the film was a huge success and the film is currently grossing over $70.7 million worldwide. This is even more impressive when you consider that the film was made on a budget of just $15 million, a fraction of what Legendary’s Monsterverse films cost, while the visual effects are on par with the big boys. productions.

Crucially, the film was also a pleasant surprise, with critics praising the story’s exploration of post-war Japan, which clearly reflects the real-world period of Godzilla’s original creation in 1954. Godzilla minus one It’s proof that series-based monster movies can still have strong characters and themes with emotional undertones.

It remains to be seen whether Hollywood will learn the right lessons from this. Godzilla minus oneGood luck, but Kaiju will return to the screen in 2024 in a very different form. Godzilla vs. Kong: The New Empire. While inclusion on the list is a celebratory achievement in itself, the continued positive sentiment surrounding Yamazaki’s film indicates that the film has a good chance of making the list and possibly even winning, even though there are still other entries on the best visual effects list. Spider-Man: About the Spider-Verse AND The creator They will certainly provide stiff competition.

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Godzilla Minus One is the first Godzilla film released by Toho since 2016’s Shin Godzilla. A new version of the original 1954 Godzilla, Minus One takes the franchise back to its roots and explores the harsh lives of post-war Japan. The story follows Koichi Shikishima, a failed kamikaze pilot who struggles with survivor’s guilt when a giant monster attacks the city.

Source: La Neta Neta