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A King Kong-Godzilla-Pacific Rim Movie Is Within the Realm of Human Possibility

There was a time when the Godzilla, King Kong, and Pacific Rim movies all shared the same home. A time when a crossover between those three worlds didn’t just seem probable, it seemed inevitable. That time has since passed—but the director of the upcoming Pacific Rim Uprising doesn’t want to dash all hopes and dreams just yet. Read More >>

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Everything We Learned About Pacific Rim Uprising at New York Comic Con

To a packed and excited room at New York Comic Con, Pacific Rim Uprising revealed a ton of details about the characters, story, and, most importantly, the giant robots that make up the sequel. “It’s fun, it’s action, I think it’s everything you want Pacific Rim to be moving forward,” said producer and star John Boyega. Read More >>

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Behold, Pacific Rim: Uprising’s Glorious New Giant Robots

Pacific Rim brought us the Jaegers, wonderful multi-pilot mecha that it then proceeded to mostly turn into scrap over the course of the movie. Obviously, that means the sequel’s going to need some new ones, and now we finally have a good look at the robots joining the Gipsy Avenger in Uprising—and my god are they wonderful. Read More >>

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Our First Official Look at John Boyega In Pacific Rim: Uprising

He’s definitely looking a bit down in the dumps for someone who’s presumably about to spend a large part of a movie beating the crap out of giant monsters in an equally giant, rad-looking robot. Read More >>

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Piloting a Pacific Rim Jaeger is the Perfect Oculus Rift Endgame

The limits of real-life technology mean that the giant robots that made Pacific Rim so awesome are hundreds of decades away. Sad, for sure, but with the technology we do have at our disposal we can at least simulate the experience of piloting a towering jaeger with the use of an Oculus Rift. Read More >>

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How Pacific Rim Made Us Think Giant Robots Were Fighting Sea Monsters

Last year's box office hit Pacific Rim pitted humanity's last hope—gargantuan co-piloted mechas, known as Jägers—against a seemingly unstoppable race of city-sized sea monsters bent on destroying our world in two hours of special-effects laden mayhem. Read More >>

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Watch the Visual Effects Reel Behind Pacific Rim‘s Awesome Prologue

If you watched Pacific Rim, you'd know how incredible the giant mechs looked and how unforgettably beautiful the prologue that provided the backstory for the movie was. And though ILM did most of the VFX in the film, Guillermo del Toro's Mirada studio was the team responsible for the effects in the prologue. Here's how they created that magnificent world. Yeah, let's watch the movie again. [Mirada Studios] Read More >>

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How Pacific Rim’s Monster-Mashing Amazingness Came Out of Digital Art

Have you seen Pacific Rim yet? We really liked it in all its creature-tastic, city destroying splendor. Watch this short behind-the-scenes video to hear about how it was all put together. Read More >>

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Final Pacific Rim Trailer: A Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Slugfest For the Ages

Next week the giant monsters versus giant robots eyeball party that is Pacific Rim will be hitting cinemas, and today we're getting our final look at the film before you have to go out and buy a movie ticket to see the rest. Read More >>

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New Pacific Rim Trailer: Let’s Go Beat Up Some Monsters

Lots of things can inspire mankind to greatness, but nothing quite like the support of a gigantic towering robot designed to fight equally gigantic mythical monsters. We're only a few weeks out from Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim hitting cinemas, but damned if we can't wait for what is the closest thing we have to a Voltron movie yet. Read More >>

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Behind the Scenes of How Man Works with Machine in Pacific Rim

The monstrously giant mechs of Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim are controlled by two different people at the same time. The two pilots interact with the computer in Drift Space to control the giant mech and this featurette explains a little about how that works. Read More >>