Aaron Taylor-Johnson says he as moved to tears by the performances of Bryan Cranston & Juliette Binoche in Godzilla.
Taylor-Johnson stars in the big budget blockbuster - which is released this week - and plays the son of Cranston & Binoche's characters.
It was the first time that the Taylor-Johnson had worked with both actors, and he struggled to fight the tears when he saw the first film the first time.
Speaking to Collider, the actor said: "The first 10-15 minutes, the performance from Bryan Cranston and Juliette Binoche, I was trying to suppress and hold back tears.
"I didn't know whether I was allowed to cry, I was like, 'This is a monster movie but I can't really stop this!'"
Godzilla is the biggest film of Taylor-Johnson's career so far as he stars alongside Cranston, Binoche, Elizabeth Olsen and Sally Hawkins.
The movie sees the young actor work with Gareth Edwards for the first time, and the British filmmaker was back in the director's chair for the second time.
Taylor-Johnson is staying with the blockbuster genre, as he is currently filming Avengers: Age of Ultron.
He is one of the new faces on the cast list, as we will be introduced to Quicksilver for the first time.
The movie will see him reunite with Olsen, as she takes on the role of his sister Scarlet Witch.
Godzilla is out now.