Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Joe Brody and Lieutenant Ford in "Godzilla." Photo Credit: Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures

Stars Discuss Godzilla in New Featurette (Video)

Earlier this morning, we showed you a brand new image from the upcoming reboot of the epic Godzilla film. Now, we have a look at a new featurette for the film that shows some of the film’s stars discussing the film, the reasoning for the sets they chose, and how they feel the film is going to turn out.

Director Gareth Edwards has taken a very serious approach to the creation of this film. It has always been his mission to make sure that everything in the film looks as real as possible.

In the featurette, he wants people to imagine what it would be like if something like this were to happen here in the real world. This is what he hopes to bring to the screen.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson spoke a little about the locations and why they chose some of the places they did.

“Gareth, you know, he really wanted to do everything in a real location and in an environment where you feel natural so you have that quality.”

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston, who plays Joe Brody in the film, told fans what they can expect when Godzilla hits the big screen.

“I’ve seen a couple little pieces put together, and it’s really…it’s really going to be good.” He says with a smile.”

Why don’t you take a look for yourself? Here is a look at the latest featurette for the upcoming film Godzilla.

The new film stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen as Lieutenant Ford Brody and his wife Elle. The duo can also be seen soon as the brother/sister duo of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch in the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Godzilla also stars Breaking Bad star Bryan CranstonJuliette BinocheKen WantanabeFifty Shades of Grey’s Victor RasukHawaii Five-O actor Richard T. Jones, and many more.

Godzilla is scheduled to be released in RealD 3D, IMAX 3D, and conventional theaters on May 16, 2014.

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