Godzilla 2000: Millennium

Japan Release: 1999
Running Time:
107 minutes

Godzilla 2000: Millennium

Japanese Title

ゴジラ 2000: ミレニアム
[Gojira 2000: Mireniamu]

Distributor: Production:


A self-proclaimed group called the Godzilla Prediction Network (GPN) is actively tracking Godzilla as he makes landfall. Besides trying to study the monster, part of their goal is trying to create patterns to minimize damage. The government, through the Crisis Control Intelligence (CCI) agency, is attempting a more active role through the development of weapons such as the Full Metal Missile Launchers. Matters become complicated, though, as CCI is also examining a giant meteor that is discovered in the Ibaragi Prefecture. The mysterious rock mass begins to levitate on its own and eventually pursues Godzilla. Confronting the King of the Monsters, who blasts apart the rock revealing an alien ship beneath, a new alien species is uncovered. The extraterrestrials then begin seeking intelligence and something from within Godzilla...

Live Action Science Fiction KaijuGodzilla

Box Office - Stock Footage - DVDs - CDs - Pictures - Background - Concept Art - Cut Scenes - Reviews


International Title

Godzilla 2000: Millennium

Initial US Title

Godzilla 2000
US Distributor: Tristar (2000) / Time: 99 Minutes

Alternate Titles

Godzilla 2000: Millennium
[Literal translation]

[Abbreviated Title]

The Return of Godzilla

Godzilla 2000: The Dinosaur Mutant


Aliens, SDF & Misc.



Directed by Takao Okawara
Writing credits Hiroshi Kashiwabara, Wataru Mimura
Produced by Toshihiro Ogawa, Shogo Tomiyama
Music by Takayuki Hattori
Stock Music by Akira Ifukube
Cinematography by Katsuhiro Kato
Film Editing by Yoshiyuki Okuhara
Production Design by Takeshi Shimizu
Assistant Director Toshimasa Miyamura
Director of Special Effects Kenji Suzuki
Yuji Shinoda Takehiro Murata
Mitsuo Katagiri, Head of CCI Hiroshi Abe
Yuki Ichinose, Photographer Naomi Nishida
Io Shinoda Mayu Suzuki
Shiro Miyasaka, Professor Shiro Sano
Okawa, Captain Sakae Kimura
Tokai Nuclear Power Plant Director Koichi Ueda
CCI Staff Yoshiyuki Omori, Yuki Tanaka, Misaki Yoshikawa
Kimua, GPN Staff Daisuke Honda
Reporters Shelley Sweeney, Atsuko Kohata
Lighthouse Staff Yoshimasa Kondo
Tank Corps Officer Masahiko Nishimura
Fisherman Denden
CCI Executive Kentaro Sakai
- Takeshi Obayashi
- Shiro Namiki
- Bengaru
- Kenichi Nagira
- Kenichi Ishii
- Satomi Achiwa
- Yutaka Matsushige
- Dangerous
- Daisuke Ishizuka
- Toshihiko Sakakibara
- Yoshikazu Ishii
- Terumi Yoshida


Box Office

Release Date: December 11th, 1999 (Japan)
Budget: ¥1,000,000,000 / $8,300,000 (Rough Figure)
Attendance: 2,000,000 (Japan)
Total: ¥1,650,000,000 / $15,000,000 (Japan, Rough Figure)

Release Date:
August 18th, 2000 (US)
Budget: $1,000,000 (US)
Opening Weekend: $4,407,720 (US, 2,111 Theaters)
Total: $10,037,390 (US)

DVDs and Blu-rays

United States Region 1 Godzilla 2000 Tristar (2000) Order
Japan Region 2 Godzilla 2000: Millennium Toho (2000)
Australia Region 3 Godzilla 2000: Millennium Universe Laser (2000)
Japan Region 4 Godzilla 2000 Madman (2005)
United States Blu-Ray Godzilla 2000 Sony (2014) Order

CD Soundtracks

Background and Trivia

  • Although nothing is stated in the movie to give the impression, Godzilla 2000: Millennium is connected through canon with Godzilla (1954). This means the events of the original Godzilla movie occured in this film's timeline. This fact is mentioned in the publication New Godzilla Walker - The New Legend of the King of the Monsters (ISBN: 9784048956321).
  • Producer Shogo Tomiyama stated that the target audience for this film were people in their thirties. This quote is seen in issue #40 of G-Fan, which was printed in 1999.

Concept Art


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