A sequel to my Godzilla 2012. Godzilla has broken free of his tomb and makes his way to the Pacific Ocean, disappearing. Meanwhile an oil spill in the gulf has spurned a new terrifying creature from the sludge and waste. The "Hedorah" leaves a trail of death and destruction as it makes its way to Los Angeles. The president has commisioned G-Force, Major Adams leads a group scientists (Dr.'s Hammond, Ogata, and Serizawa) and military specialists in not only stopping the Hedorah, but finding Godzilla and stopping him once and for all. When scientists find an egg on a deserted Pacific island, they bring it back to California to study, believing it is from Godzilla. What they find is another monster that wants its baby back. Godzilla rises from the pacific drawn to the commotion and finds himself in a three way battle in downtown LA.
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We break into a montage of Godzilla moving through the canyon, out into the countryside, through Barstow, and into Edwards AFB. scenes of the military fighting hopelessly, Godzilla blasting jets and helicopters out of the air with his radioactive breath. He presses on through many small towns and cities, we see people trying to evacuate, running in panic. Tanks and missile launchers wait outside a town. Godzilla approaches, they fire, he fires back, wiping out the division. More buildings crumble as he makes his way towards the ocean.
Were back. With me tonight is Dr. Jack Hammond a leading member of the presidents task force known as G-force. We also have leading economist Russel Tamblyn, and the head of the environmental agency, Ms. Margie Lees. Good evening to you all and thank you for being here tonight. Lets start with you Dr. Hammond.
Were back. With me tonight is Dr. Jack Hammond a leading member of the presidents task force known as G-force. We also have leading economist Russel Tamblyn, and the head of the environmental agency, Ms. Margie Lees.
INT. Title on screen: Gulf of mexico —