It’s the biggest movie of the year, and that means a lot of people are already making their own Godzilla movies.
But what if it were the baby of the franchise?
According to a new study, it seems like you can make a movie with a baby theme, as well.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia conducted a study on how audiences respond to the movies that have a baby in the title.
The results are fascinating, and they’re sure to be an eye-opener for everyone.
Here are the results:The first thing you notice is that people are less likely to watch a movie called “Baby Godzilla,” which has a baby’s head on the cover.
The second thing you discover is that the audience response to the movie is more positive when the baby is a girl.
In general, the baby theme is associated with a higher likelihood of being watched.
What this means is that if the baby’s name is on the title, people are more likely to view the movie.
In the same way, if the title of the movie includes a baby, the audience is more likely be entertained.
It’s important to note that the researchers didn’t ask the audience to identify the baby, so this study doesn’t prove that babies are more popular than adults.
What they did find was that, while the audience responses were more positive for the baby movie, they weren’t as positive for more mature titles.
The study was published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.