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We also find out that Serizawa is hiding a horrible discovery from the world!Suddenly- Godzilla appears in Tokyo Bay and heads onshore to cause cataclysmic destruction in the city!- no, not THAT Steve Martin) -portrayed by the future Perry Mason, Raymond Burr- being brought to the hospital, in bad shape, with other victims of some terrible devastation.We flashback to him first touching down in Japan, at first to visit an old scientist colleague,and learning of some very strange unexplained naval disasters.All three firms are chucking seven- or even eight-figure sums at their new offices (despite all being accused of tax avoidance in the UK).

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Battersea Power Station stopped lighting up London in 1983 but its Malaysian owners are transforming it into a new 42-acre zone with 250 new flats (celebrity neighbours will include Sting and Bear Grylls), offices, three floors of shops (the promise is they’ll be village-style with no major chain stores), a 2,000-seater auditorium and cinemas.Apple staff will also have access to a “garden square in the sky” and a “great glass elevator” in one of the power station’s chimneys.Their six floors of office space will be in the Boiler House, the centrepiece of the £9 billion redevelopment, designed by architects Wilkinson Eyre, which was also behind the London 2012 basketball arena.Google chief executive Sundar Pichai, meanwhile, has just unveiled plans for the internet giant’s new £1 billion, 10-storey, 650,000 sq ft King’s Cross headquarters.

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Google ditched earlier plans for being “too boring” (despite including a rooftop pool, indoor football pitch and private climbing wall) — but now it’s pressing ahead with new (st)architects.But it’s Google which has nabbed London’s most famous designer: Olympic cauldron-artist Thomas Heatherwick, who’s also working on the Garden Bridge, will work with New York/Scandi firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) on the King’s Cross project.

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