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Filmmakers create fake destruction to shoot Honolulu
scenes for newest Godzilla movie

No one has seen Godzilla roaming the streets of Honolulu but fictional evidence of
the monster’s destruction is all over Waikiki Beach.

The Honolulu Star Advertiser reports foam cut to resemble broken concrete
walls, a downed helicopter and other carnage were part of the scenery put in
place by a Warner Brothers/Legendary Pictures crew for the filming Wednesday
of the latest Godzilla movie.

Movie-makers hired 225 extras. Many wore bandages, splints or neck braces
that showed the injuries a monster can hand out.