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Behold the first clip from Godzilla!

Behold the first clip from Godzilla!
Ashleigh Davies

Warner Bros. and Legendary have released the first clip from their upcoming monster movie “Godzilla”.

The sneak peak gives audiences a glimpse of not only the colossal monster that the film is named after but of another flying reptile also.

The film follows humanity’s attempt to stop Godzilla by scientifically enhancing other creatures to fight him, but can it really end well when a band of giant, powerful beasts are unleased among society?

“Godzilla” was directed by Gareth Edwards and stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen.

The monsters will grace our screens on May 16 but for now you can catch a glimpse below.

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Ashleigh Davies

Ashleigh is an editor and one of the day-to-day managers of Moviehole. She is also a film and entertainment publicist for a large global PR and talent firm.

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