Not surprisingly, Godzilla will be back.

After stumbling out of San Francisco and into the bay like a hung-over hipster the morning after doing the town -- literally, he just crushed it the night before -- Godzilla apparently will go home, take some Ibuprofen, have some juice and then return in another movie, according to Deadline.com.

After a $103 million ($93 million domestically) opening last weekend -- the biggest opening for a movie in 2014 so far -- Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. are already working on a sequel, a source reportedly confirmed to Deadline.

British director Gareth Edwards -- who only had one film release to his credit before taking on the big lizard -- has talked about making a sequel, saying he would use the same kind of restraint he did on "Godzilla." Edwards took a "Jaws"-like approach, building up the plot while revealing the monster about an hour into the film.

Moth-ra! Moth-ra! Moth-ra!

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