Japanese fans say Godzilla is too fat

A 1-metre tall statue of Godzilla is displayed at a Godzilla art exhibition in Tokyo on May 2, 2014. Japanese fans of Godzilla say the newly-unveiled monster, set to star in a Hollywood reboot of the post-war classic, is too fat and has been "super-sized" by a country used to large portions. The latest version of the giant amphibian will hit 3D screens in the United States on May 16 and in Japan two months later as the fire-breathing Japanese lizard marks its 60th anniversary this year. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO        (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)





Japanese devotees of Godzilla say the recently uncovered beast, set to star in a Hollywood reboot of the post-war great, is excessively fat and has been “super-sized” by a nation used to huge segments.

The most recent rendition of the mammoth brute will hit 3D screens in the United States on May 16 and in Japan two months after the fact, in the year the tremendous Japanese reptile denote its 60th commemoration.

Trailers for the film and special stills have started circling, as advertisers hope to assemble energy, yet Japanese fans said their saint was looking somewhat tubby.

“Just the outline of the new Godzilla had been seen before,” said Fumihiko Abe. “When I at last saw it, I was somewhat shocked”.

“It’s fat from the neck downwards and enormous at the base,” said the 51-year-old, who said he has seen each Godzilla film ever constructed.

Abe said the 1998 Hollywood adaptation was more “like a quick moving dinosaur” rather than a major footed creature.

The PC produced animal’s frenzy through New York was rejected in Japanese clique hovers as no match for the behemoth that threatened Tokyo for a considerable length of time.

However the new form was additionally encouraging, said Abe.

“I can feel the power of Godzilla from this new one. I’m keen on perceiving how the largeness is communicated in the new film,” he said as he went by a display of Godzilla canvases in Tokyo.

Be that as it may, different fans gathering online were not as much as endorsing, with one saying the creation looked more like a seal and another naming it “marshmallow Godzilla”.

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