Godzilla trailer: Bryan Cranston frantic in new teaser
'I deserve answers!' Cranston's character demands
Godzilla has debuted an audio teaser ahead of its second full trailer, with panicked scientist Joe Brody played by Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston predicting that the kaiju will send the world back to the Stone Age.
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The ominous clip entitled 'Awaken The Truth', which auto-plays on the official Godzilla website, follows the first glimpse of the monster we were given at the end of 2013, with Cranston heard saying: "Look, you are not fooling anybody when you say that what happened 15 years ago was a natural disaster alright.
"It was not an earthquake, it wasn't a typhoon, ok, you're lying, because what's really happening is that you're hiding something out there."
Growing increasingly desperate, he bellows: "I'm right aren't I? I deserve answers! You see there it is again, this is what caused everything in the first place, don't you see that? And it is going to send us back to the Stone Age. You have no idea what's coming."
Cranston plays a scientist in the blockbuster, who he previously explained "discovers an anomaly in some sonar, signallings, patterns, and is just starting an investigation when all hell breaks loose."
Serving to further tease the movie, Warner Bros earlier this week posted Godzilla's complete roar on Soundcloud.
Godzilla has a US release date of May 16, 2014, with a UK date set to follow.
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