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The Godzilla trailer lands

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Now, there's a very high chance that this might not be up for very long. The trailer for the much-anticipated reboot of Godzilla has cropped up online but not through official channels.

So, hurry up and watch this pretty impressive look at one of next year's biggest movies before it disappears. Unless it's all part of some viral campaign we don't get...

The film stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen and Juliette Binoche. Weirdest blockbuster cast ever. In this sneak peek though, all you see is lizard.

Godzilla hits cinemas May 14th, 2014

UPDATE: We've been asked to take the trailer down. Sad face. With tears streaming down.

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