I'm at least always up for talking about Godzilla because I'm super into that stuff, but if people want to talk about the next TMNT movie (be it positive or negative) all over the place and in multiple threads that's their prerogative.
For those who do want to hear some new Godzilla news here's an interview with the director and the cover art for the prequel comic book Godzilla: Awakening. Gareth Edwards comes off as kind of a weird guy, I kind of like him.
Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=p ... a26RU2PHgE
Comic: http://www.godzilla-movies.com/media/go ... over-1.jpg
I like that they said that they actually haven't been thinking too much about making a sequel yet and are focusing on just making a good single movie.
They do kind of want to do a sequel, but only if people like the first movie so they seem to actually be trying to make this as entertaining as they can on its own.
Also from hearing the other interviews and how they've actually talked to Mr. Del Toro (that part isn't in this interview I think), they sound a little like they also kind of want to do a Pacific Rim crossover if Godzilla does well. They never really said it out loud, but people all over have just been flirting with the idea here and there.
I'm interested on how that would work, if it would take place in an alternate timeline or something else.
I can see Godzilla fighting with and along side Jeagers, one thing about Godzilla lore is that when ever some asshole monster comes from space to take over or destroy the Earth Godzilla kicks its ass because he doesn't like some new lightweight screwing around on his planet. He's territorial like that.
Also the big flying monster from the trailer wasn't Rodan, but I look at it and I can't help but assume that it was a little inspired by Rodan. The film makers have stated that some of the inspiration for the MUTO monsters does come from past Godzilla foes.