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Godzilla 2014 Special End Credits Scene Shown In Selected Asian Countries? Huge Reveal Showing Another Toho Kaiju To Face The King Of The Monsters Rumored!

BY Staff Reporter | May 16, 2014 01:50 PM EDT


There is a Godzilla 2014 end credits scene but according to reports, it was only shown on selected Asian countries. What does the scene show?

First things first, when the Godzilla 2014 movie was being made, Legendary pictures only trademarked Godzilla as the Kaiju to appear in the movie and that the other Kaiju's to appear in the movie are original creations for the movie however when the production of the movie went along there have been reports in the in the sequel for Godzilla 2014, Legendary Pictures trademarked one Kaiju from the Godzilla mythos and that Kaiju is mothra!

This Mothra tease has been given credence due to fact that almost every time the production crew was asked as to who would they like to see fight their version of Godzilla, they would always say Mothra.

In the Godzilla 2014 end credits scene that was shown on selected asian countries it was reported by JapNation AniManga that we get to see Mothra commanding an army of MUTO's and Mothra would then show its full glory by flying up and generating a hurricane. 

For those who don't know, Mothra is could arguably be considered as Godzilla's biggest rival. Mothra has been portrayed as using a number of special abilities. It has been shown to have the ability to spray silk, metamorphose, fly, generate hurricane-force wind, scatter poison, drop wings and use various magical energy attacks. According to character profiles it has been given in supporting media, Mothra measures 30-180 meters long and weigh 9,000 -15,000 tons in its larval form, and possess a weight of 15,000 -25,000 tons and a wingspan of 75 -250 meters in its imago form. Oh and did we mention that Godzilla has never defeated Mothra without help?

Which Kaiju do you want to see in the possible (very likely) sequel of Godzilla 2014? Mothra, Ghidora or even MechaGodzilla? Sound off in the comments below!

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