Legendary movie monster Godzilla has taken over a warehouse in San Diego, California as part of a special celebration of the new blockbuster for the upcoming Comic-Con International event.
The iconic beast will return to the big screen next year (14) in Gareth Edwards' reboot starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Bryan Cranston, and producers will make their mark on Comic-Con by hosting a special exhibition to tie in with the convention.
The Godzilla Encounter has been set up a warehouse in the city close to the San Diego Convention Center, where Comic-Con is held, and features a huge model of Godzilla, upturned cars on recreated Japanese streets and props from the original 1965 film.
During the experience, visitors are engaged with actors who help recreate a Godzilla attack.
The theme park-style exhibit runs throughout the duration of Comic-Con, which kicks off on Thursday (18Jul13) and concludes on Sunday (21Jul13).
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