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Reporting: New Gamera Film Coming 2015

by JasonMarch 14, 2014

With Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla set to be released on May 16th for the Big Guy’s 60th Anniversary, there’s also another iconic monster from Japan that has been reported to also have a film released for his anniversary.

Dread Central and Anime News Network has reported that retailer Amiami that the Summer 2014 issue of Kadokawa Shoten’s Tokusatsu Newtype Magazine, scheduled to be released on May 16th which is when Godzilla hits theaters, claims that this upcoming magazine issue will have scoop on the new, upcoming Gamera film that is scheduled to be released in 2015 – in time for the giant, iconic turtle’s 50th Anniversary. The article on his supposed news will also reveal pre-production art.

As always, we should take this with a grain of salt until the magazine hits shelves. However, it is not too farfetched and would make sense for Kadokawa Pictures to do a 50th Anniversary Gamera film, and the chances of this actually happening are good. But, we should also take some precautions too if this turns out to be fake. So don’t get your hope up just yet until the magazine comes out on May 16th.

Stick around with Planet X Control Room as we will bring you the up-to-date news on this issue when we hear more about it!

SOURCE: Dread Central

Jason
Jason has been an avid daikaiju fan for over 20 years, along with his brother, Kent. After watching his first kaiju film, Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster, he was instantly hooked on the genre and has expanded his hobbies/interests around it over the years. Jason was one of the co-founders w/ his brother in developing an electronic monster wrestling site, Monster Championship Wrestling, back in the late 1990's. Jason spends his time designing websites, graphics, reading comics, play video games and watching sports.
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