ET Canada Gets Destructive On Set Of 'Godzilla'


Aside from trying her best to imitate Godzilla's horrifying roar (see below) Sangita Patel stormed the set of "Godzilla" to sit down with the cast and chat about bringing one of movie's most feared monsters back to life.

Fresh off his Golden Globe and Emmy-winning time on "Breaking Bad", Bryan Cranston tells us why he was more than happy to be a part of the reboot.  "As a kid, Godzilla was you know, my creature of choice," the actor dishes to Sangita, adding, "I love the absolute destructive nature of this beast."

Spilling secrets about the elusive film, Cranston likens the material to another film that also cast a monster from the deep as its lead antagonist.  "They're taking a very restrained approach to this, much like "Jaws" did," he says. Continuing by saying "Steven Spielberg didn't always show the beast."

But never fear, the actor says, the film will still terrorize: "The essence is present and it's there, and it's moving and it's creepy.  So the tension will mount for sure."

Now Bryan might have always wanted to work with the beast himself, but his on-screen son, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, tells Sangita that he was most excited to work with a different beast.

"I think he's just one of the greatest actors I think I've worked with in a long time," Aaron says of his dream co-star Bryan Cranston.

Meanwhile, actress Sally Hawkins shares her thoughts on why Godzilla might just be misunderstood.  "He doesn't know how to express himself except… [by] eating people," the Golden Globe nominated actress tells Sangita, adding, "he just needs a candle and a massage."

Watch the teaser below and be sure to tune-in to ET Canada tonight for more from our exclusive on set interviews with the cast of "Godzilla"!