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A new trailer for third instalment of the “Godzilla” anime movie – “Godzilla: Planet Eater” – stands unleashed

And the wing beast King Ghidorah enters stage left
Dulani Wilson 13th October, 2018 Animation, TV
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Godzilla cometh once again as a new instalment in the series from TOHO Animation is set to consume the entire planet, preferably in sizeable chunks. The third film is entitled Godzilla: Planet Eater.

The two previous movies, Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle and Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters, are currently on Netflix (and are so-so at best).

Godzilla: Planet Eater will feature some form of King Ghidorah and premieres in Japan come November 9th. The English-dubbed version of the anime is expected to appear on Netflix some time shortly after.

Description reads:

20,000 years into the future, the Earth is ruled by Godzilla. Pitted against him are the straggling remnants of the human race. The final chapter, GODZILLA:The Planet Eater, finds the Mechagodzilla city, the peak of scientific evolution and mankind’s best hope, burned to cinders. Godzilla Earth reigns supreme but he has one more challenge: the winged creature, KING GHIDORAH.

Watch the trailer in the player below:

 

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