Godzilla 2014 Leaked Script Suggests Male And Female Muto Hunting For Gojira: Is It Megaguirus?
By Robert Kuang | January 14, 2014 04:38 PM EST
Recently, fans of Godzilla got a real treat in what is being reported as a leaked script of the 2014 remake.
First posted on 4 Chan, the alleged leaked script synopsis of the 2014 "Godzilla" movie has since been taken down, but a transcript can be found here.
As noted by CosmicBookNews, similar leaked script claims of big Hollywood movies have turned out to be nothing but fan fiction, but here are some major plot points in this post anyway.
One thing the leaked synopsis purports has actually been reported on, which is that the 2014 "Godzilla" movie will take place-at least in part-in the 1950s.
The leaked synopsis suggests that a nuclear bomb accidently hits Godzilla in 1954, and the radiation changes him somewhow.
In the movie, the body of another Godzilla is found frozen in the Antarctic ice, locked mid-battle with two creatures in what is being codenamed Muto.
The leaked synopsis suggests that the 2014 "Godzilla" movie will feature a male and female version of Muto, and they are hunting for Godzilla in order to lay eggs inside its body.
"Functionally, they remind me a LOT of Megaguirus. There's even a specific moment lifted from that movie that should be pretty neat to see," said the leaker.
What was not revealed in the leaked synopsis is whether other creatures besides the Muto species will appear in the movie. Judging by the trailer, it's entirely possible.
"Note, the monster in the Comic Con trailer with the human-like hands is NOT present in the script. It's only the male spider Muto and the female Megagirus-like Muto."
So while these details-if they are real-offer a pretty vivid imagery on what the movie would be like, this script appears to be an early version at best, so take all these 2014 "Godzilla" spoilers with a grain of salt.
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