1. I want Godzilla in the film, not GINO.
The part I hated most about Emmerich’s film was that it was just an animal, not Godzilla. I know when you adapt something you have to make changes, but Emmerich changed the design so much that it didn’t even resemble the character. The film didn’t even feature Godzilla’s trademark radiative breathe.
2.Godzilla is not a pussy.
Another aspect of Emmerich’s film was that Godzilla ran from the military the entire movie. If you watch the Japanese films you see Godzilla just take the hits and keep advancing, but in Emmerich’s film “Godzilla” just runs away. Not only that, but “he” is also killed off by six missiles. In the original Godzilla did die, but only because “his” body was liquefied.
3. Godzilla to go back to “his” origins.
One of the reasons why “Gojira” was so great, was because of what Godzilla represented. In Gojira, Godzilla was an allegory for the atomic bombs and the devastation he caused mirrored the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Emmerich’s Godzilla didn’t represent anything, but Hollywood’s lack of care for fans.
Sure, people could view Godzilla’s origins as “anti-American”, but what Emmerich was to just blame it on the French with his film.
4. I want him to fight a monster.
This one shouldn’t be no surprise, but we already got a solo Godzilla film, so why not try a Monster Vs. Monster film this time? If they did choose to make it that way, then the most likely choice would be King Ghidorah, the 3-headed space dragon.
5. Godzilla’s radiative breathe.
This is important to the character because it shows how he was empowered by the Nuclear weapons. Emmerich decided to just omit that character trait altogether.
That’s all I want from this new Godzilla film that is being made, but in short all I can say do OPPOSITE of what Emmerich did.