This film image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows a scene from "Godzilla." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures)
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Godzilla -- born in a post-war Japan traumatized by Hiroshima -- gets eye-popping special effects in his latest Hollywood remake, combined with a reflection on the nuclear threat.The giant reptile, the rights for whom are still owned by Japanese studio Toho, was already adapted by Hollywood in 1998, with German disaster movie director Roland Emmerich at the helm. For the new version, which is released in North America on Friday (May 16), Hollywood giant Warner Bros put Godzilla's fate in the hands of Briton Gareth Edwards, who made independent sci-fi flick "Monsters" (2010).Since 1954, Toho has produced no fewer than 28 "Godzilla" films, mostly with modest special effects, and B-movie scripts and tone.The appearance of Godzilla and two other out-of-control monsters changes the course of events dramatically.
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