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What I Want From Godzilla 2More focus on the monsters, less focus on the humans: This movie needs to focus much more on the monsters than the last movie, especially with Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah appearing. Each of these monsters along with Godzilla needs enough screen-time (and fights) to establish their character and please audiences.What I Want From Godzilla 2 by Leggurm
Bring back only those who need to come back: Aaron Taylor Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen don’t need to come back. New human characters should replace them, as it is the monsters not the humans that are important. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes did this and it worked out splendidly. If any of the human cast should return it should be Ken Wantabe, as some kind of MUTO expert.
Mothra as a larva, then a pupa: During the start of the film Mothra is a larva caterpillar-ing its way across somewhere, probably America, feeding on nuclear power plants and such before eventually pupating somewhere dramatic looking, against a building or a mountain, before pupating a th
BohraBohra (Carnoroo sp) are a genus of fox-sized predatory quadrapedal macropods native to the tropical and sub-tropical forests of Australia. They are ambush predators and are cryptically coloured and patterned to conceal themselves from their prey, which consists of small mammals, birds and lizards. They catch and kill their prey by leaping onto them, holding them down with their hands and feet and biting their neck. They are solitary, each individual holding its own territory, and come together only to mate. Bohra territories are organised so a the territory of a male is adjacent to and overlaps with several females, but no males. The territories of those females may overlap with the territory of another male on the opposite side. Females have only a single joey at a time, which she raises on her own, but should she encounter the joey’s father he will help.Bohra by Leggurm
Sea RaccoonThe Sea Raccoon (Thalassoprocyon sp) is a descendent of the North American Raccoon native to the tropical, subtropical and temperate coastal waters of the east coast North America. Much like their close relative, the River Raccoon, they have webbed feet, small ears and a flattened tail. Like River Raccoons they are solitary, coming together only to mate, and live in burrows dug into seaside-soil, not sand. Females give birth to 2-5 kits in the chamber at the end of her burrow which she raises alone. They feed on fish, crustaceans, bivalves and sometimes small and young sea birds or turtles and their eggs.Sea Raccoon by Leggurm