You’ve already been warned by the title and since you’ve clicked through anyway, I’m about to tell you what are going to see in this latest trailer for ‘Godzilla‘.

I do have to say that I’ve been extremely excited for this specific film to be released because I had a feeling there was going to be more to the movie that hasn’t been shared with us earlier. This latest trailer seems to confirm that thought! So what potential spoilers lay within the video? I’m excited to say we are getting even more giant monsters!

Yes we’ve already known about other giant monsters in the film, but this trailer gives us a good look at what appears to be Mothra or a modern day variation of the beast as well as a new creature created for the film! I won’t lie. The thought of just Godzilla on screen was nagging at me for a bit but knowing that there will be other monsters to fight has me even more excited. Let’s take a look!

There you have it folks! While all of the initial trailers have kept Godzilla mostly hidden and who he will be fighting under wraps, we not only have a good look at him moving around but also not one but two rival monsters! We get a tentacle moving around and a Mothra looking creature. It isn’t clear if these are actually both the same monster or not, but I believe we’ve got two different enemies that the King of the Kaiju will be fighting!

On top of that it would appear that all of these monsters are what are truly responsible for the destruction in the early footage. It looks as if Godzilla will be coming to save the day after all.

Oh, did I mention there was a bonus ‘Godzilla Roar’ featurette in the title? This isn’t the roars through the years video that a fan put together. This is the how they made the new roar combined with some of the cast giving their shot at making the creature’s unique sound:

What do you think of the latest trailer and the monsters that Godzilla will be fighting? Whose roar do you think was the best? Share your thoughts below!

‘Godzilla’ starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, David Strathairn, Bryan Cranston, and Sally Hawkins hits theaters on May 16, 2014 in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D.

Sources: Screen Rant, Blastr.