Godzilla 2014 Film Teaser Leaked [PHOTOS]: Warner Bros. Attempts To Control Leak As Fans Gush Over Trailer
By Staff Writer | October 04, 2013 03:00 PM EDT
Although "Godzilla" the 2014 film is still not until next year, the first teaser has been leaked, and it is simply awe-inspiring to fans and critics alike.
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One thing that has been confirmed is that this is in fact a legitimate leak and not intended by Warner Bros., and as such, the teaser trailer has been taken down through various outlets.
Here is the "Godzilla" 2014 film leaked teaser trailer, although how long it'll stay up remains to be seen.
And as a security measure, here are some photos taken from the "Godzilla" 2014 film teaser.
Despite earlier reports that the first official "Godzilla" trailer will arrive November 3, this footage is drawing up the excitement for fans everywhere.
One thing to note in the teaser is that we can also see bodies of other monsters (kaijus), so expect other iconic "Godzilla" monsters to make appearances as well.
What do you think of this "Godzilla" 2014 leaked teaser?
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