No. It is a fiction. A story. The bogeyman.
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Godzilla roughly means "strange creature" .
The original Japanese "Godzilla" has made $412,520.
No, Godzilla is not a Marvel character. He was created by Japanese movie people
It's a matter of relevance. In the US the Japanese Godzilla has subtitles. There, the converse is true. Both share an affinity for stomping cars and tearing down power lines.
In Japan it was called, Gojira(Gojira is Godzilla in Japanese). In the U.S. it was called, Godzilla King of the Monsters.
in the American version Kong won in the Japanese version Godzilla won so you cant really tell who won it depends on the version. ^A common misconception. There were differences, but in all versions kong won. Godzilla would win in real life, though.
Since the vintage Japanese Godzilla figurines are no longer in production, the best source for purchasing an original Godzilla figure is through auction sites. Alternatively, the modern/new Godzilla figures can be purchased from most stores that sell toys.
No, it was a japanese film.
American Godzilla eats fish and other meats Japanese (real) Godzilla doesnt eat, he feeds off of nuclear energy
Godzilla was and still is a major part of Japanese society. It shocked the Japanese people and instilled fear into them of the nuclear wars and what could become of them.
The movie monster Godzilla is a Japanese creation created by film director Ishiro Honda .
Godzilla (ゴジラ, Gojira) is a daikaijū, a Japanese movie monster, first appearing in Ishirō Honda's 1954 film Godzilla. Since then, Godzilla has gone on tohave many remakes
it is Gojira dude
It means "Godzilla."
Tehy feared godzilla was ging to take over, it was really the united states freaking marine corps.
The Japanese word for cute is Kawaii, The Japanese word for scared Kowai
The name "Godzilla" is a combination of two Japanese words : gorira 'gorilla' and kujira 'whale' an amalgam that alludes to the size , power and aquatic origin of Godzilla .
sorry, dude but there isn't a real Godzilla.
This question is opinionatic. Anyone can have their opinion on Pokemon that look like Godzilla, but here's mine. Sceptile looks like the Japanese Godzilla, and Feraligatr looks like the American Godzilla.
Scary: Kowaii (Ko-Wa-Ee) Scared (to be afraid): Kowaii desu. Scentence: Watashi honto kowaii desu! (I am really scared!)
No, Godzilla is a make-believe creature, but he was certainly based on ancient Japanese myths about dragons.
Actually throughout the original Japanese series there have been multiple Godzillas because some movies refer to Godzilla as him and other movies refer to Godzilla as her. But in the 1998 American remake Godzilla is A-Sexual, Meaning Godzilla doesnt need a mate to reproduce but many refer to Godzilla as him.
The first Godzilla movie made in America was widely hated by critics and long time Japanese Godzilla fans! There not going to make another one!
In the American version of the battle, Godzilla lost and probably drowned. In the Japanese version, King Kong lost the battle. The answer above is right but in real Godzilla King Kong is tiny to Godzilla and Godzilla cant be drowned.So the American version is wrong
The three monster Japanese film where Godzilla, Rodan, and Mothra appear in the film titled Ghidrah, the Three headed Monster. It was directed by Inoshiro Honda.
In the 1954 Japanese original film, it is estimated that Godzilla is 50 meters tall (167 feet) However, the height changes. By Godzilla vs. King Ghidora (1991), Godzilla is now towering at 100 meters (334 feet).
If you count the Tristar Godzilla it would be the longest at 2hrs and 19 minutes. But the longest Japanese Godzilla movie is "Godzilla:Final Wars" clocking in at 2hrs and 5 minutes. When the new Legendary "Godzilla" movie comes out, it could beak the record.
No one can say really. Many TV & movie versions of Godzilla have been produced since his debut in 1954. He'll make another appearance in 2017 w/ the Japanese animated film Godzilla Planet of the Monsters & then again in 2019 when the American made Godzilla King of the Monsters releases & then again in 2020 when the American made Godzilla vs Kong releases in theaters & then a sequel to 2016's Shin Godzilla is… Read More
He is good but the Japanese don't know it. He tries to protect them.
The first Godzilla movie made in America was widely hated by critics and long time Japanese Godzilla fans! There not going to make another one! NOT THE USA GODZILLA THE JAPAN GODZILLA!yes there will be.here are there years. 2009(godzilla 3-D to the max a.k.a godzilla vs deathla) 2010(king kongs revenge a.k.a king kong vs godzilla rematch) 2013 or 2014(godzilla unleashed the movie)
No, the Atomic/Nuclear bomb is no match against the Japanese Godzilla even if the bombs sruck him at the head alot of times.
Technically, none. It has always been either a person in a very elaborate costume (as in all the Japanese Gojira films) or a computer-generated image (as in the American-made Godzilla film). But if you're asking what lizard Godzilla is modeled after, the original Japanese Godzilla was a cross between a Tyrannosaurus Rex and a Stegosaurus (I believe the designers have gone on record saying this), and the US Godzilla looks to me to be basically… Read More
There were two endings filmed for "King Kong vs Godzilla". The Japanese released showed Godzilla as the victor while the English version of the film had King Kong as the supreme beast.
In the Japanese version, he did. ^A common misconception. In both versions, kong won. Godzilla would win in real life, though.
Godzilla Godzilla? Really? OK, I'm so sorry about this jerk who put Godzilla, but I just wanted to tell you t wasn't Godzilla, that's all I know.
In Godzilla vs Gigan he actually talks to fellow monster Anguirus. In the original Japanese version of the film Godzilla just makes sounds, but in the English dubbed version he actually talks to him. The film was released here in America as "Godzilla on Monster Island."
The Kraken.(is Greek) or Godzilla Kapa
the Japanese spout out 12 a year
Actually, this is false because ships don't feel emotions, therefore, they cannot be scared by the Japanese.
Godzilla is a fictional monster from Japanese popular culture. Godzilla or Gojira 1st appeared in the 1954 Film by Ishiro Honda "Gojira". Its general appearance is that of some kind of therapod dinosaur but this was never the intension. It was supposed to be a Sea Monster of no real genus. Gojira is a mixure of 2 Japanese words. Gorira (Gorilla) and Kujira (Whale).
No because cloverfield is a American monster movie owned by bad robot production as for godzilla is a Japanese monster movie owned by toho the only way they have a movie together if toho asked for the rights for cloverfield which most likely wont happen and the fact that godzilla is about 80 meters tall and that's if he's not the original godzilla who was 400 meters tall as for cloverfield is only 40 meters… Read More
Godzilla of course godzilla is. but kiryu is in second place, followed by gigan, the 3 absoulutely rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is really up to the asker because thay r about the same my favorite is mothera follow by Godzilla
December 21st, 2012 The new Godzilla series will continue in 2018 with a film that features not only Godzilla, but also Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah. The film, like the last one will be directed by Gareth Edwards. There is also a new Japanese Godzilla movie in the works. Look for that in 2016.
Well, Godzilla CAN be nice, but when he attacked Tokyo, he really was'nt. So, he's 50/50
astro boy, gigantor and godzilla.
they both win.in the American version king kong wins but in the Japanese version godzilla wins. ^ A common misconception. In both versions kong wins. Godzilla would win in real life, though.
...only in our hearts.
Why did American audiences think Godzilla was another mindless monster movie and react to Godzilla differently than the Japanese audience reacted to Gojira?
American audiences didn't recognize that the monster was an allegory for atomic bombs. C. They misinterpreted the message from the Japanese producers. APEX USMC