Godzilla 2014 Design Leaked By Amazon [RUMOR]: Action Figure Confirms Atomic Breath In Movie Remake?
By Robert Kuang | November 22, 2013 06:11 PM EST
Fans are eagerly waiting for the "Godzilla" 2014 movie remake, and now more rumors have surfaced due to related product launches!
Recently, an Amazon product listing has for a paperback book released related to "Godzilla" may have leaked the design for the 2014 movie.
This is not the first time a leak has occurred with the upcoming remake, but given that the cover of the book may be the secretive design for the new Godzilla, this is quite a big deal. Granted, multiple designs and images of Godzilla have surfaced since the announcement of the 2014 remake, and it will be hard to tell which one is real until an official confirmation.
According to the product description, the "Godzilla" book will be released April of 2014 with a figurine and a 48-page book featuring "history, memorable quotes, and full-color photos from the movie."
Since writing this report, the image for the book has been removed.
But a "Godzilla" 2014 movie book is not the only product which has given away some potentially spoiler-y details.
The company Urban Collector has recently posted information on a Godzilla toy which confirms the appearance of Atomic Breath, the iconic attack by the monster.
"'Godzilla' 2014 Movie Deluxe Attack & Roar Action Figure Asst is an Urban Collector pre-order. With collector-level detailing, this large scale figure brings the new Godzilla to life as he blasts his powerful atomic breath and lets out his iconic roar! Figure measures approximately 10' tall, and features authentic sounds and 'atomic breath' action. Openbox packaging."
The description has since been taken down as well.
Reportedly, the first true trailer for "Godzilla" 2014 will be attached to "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smuag," so stayed tuned for further confirmations!
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