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Even though we are less than six months away from the release of Gareth Edwards' reboot to the Godzilla series, we're apparently still no closer to a trailer and/or images (although rumour suggests the trailer will be attached to The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug). Aside from an image of the creature (which has since been removed) and the Comic-Con footage (also removed) leaking online, word on the movie has been very quiet.

All we really know is that The King of the Monsters will be taking on another kaiju in the movie (quite possibly Kumonga), but now the movie's cinematographer Sheamus McGarvey has given us another slither of information to whet our appetites. In an interview with Pushing Pixels, McGarvey reveals that sections of Godzilla will be set in 1954.

"On Godzilla I used the old C series anamorphic lenses, and for the section in 1954 I used really »

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