Latest Updates on Godzilla VS Kong Movie
The third weekend of 2021 came with a bang as fans gritted their teeth since the Warner Bros company announced that the Godzilla vs Kong trailer would be on 24th January, Sunday.
The Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros will bring life to screen with Godzilla vs Kong, the fourth installment to the shared fictional universe. This American multimedia franchise known as MonsterVerse is responsible for this cinematic universe crossover.
Godzilla vs Kong is not the first movie to bring this crossover on screen. The earlier crossover was King Kong vs Godzilla, the Toho studios distributed a Japanese movie released in 1962.
Godzilla vs Kong’s distribution rights lie with Warner Bros except in Japan, where Toho studios are in charge of distribution. Legendary Entertainment tweeted the first poster of the movie and announced that on 24th January Godzilla vs kong trailer would be released on all the company’s social media channels.
Social media handles of both Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros posted three teasers on 22nd January, giving glimpses of King Kong and Godzilla in action. Godzilla vs Kong trailer further provides the essence of what fans should expect.
Official Release Date of Godzilla VS Kong Movie
Godzilla vs Kong since its announcement in 2015, this movie has grasped the attention of all fans of the individual franchise. The team of writers started scripting in March 2017. From November 2018 to April 2019, the principal photography was done in Australia, Hong Kong, and Hawaii. Godzilla vs Kong 2020 made headlines when the creators gave an estimated release date.
Earlier, the Godzilla vs Kong release date was set on 22nd May 2020, which was later pushed to November, but it was postponed again because of the covid pandemic. Godzilla vs Kong 2020 was a much-anticipated movie because of its long wait of five years.
In February 2020, Warner Bros held an unannounced test run for the movie and received mostly positive responses from the audience. Godzilla vs Kong 2020 became impossible because of the pandemic and the ensuing lockdown. Due to that, there were speculations that the film was being considered for a streaming platform release. Netflix even offered somewhere around $200 to $250 million to gain streaming rights.
Godzilla vs Kong release date is yet to be revealed by Legendary Entertainment.
Apart from the theatrical release, the movie will be streamed on HBO max in the US. It is speculated that Godzilla vs Kong release date for the US is 26th March 2021.
According to the teaser uploaded by Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros, the Godzilla vs Kong trailer was supposed to be out on 24th January 2021.
Godzilla VS Kong Cast and Crew Members
This much-awaited Adam Wingard directed movie has made quite a buzz because of its cast.
- Alexander Skarsgard – as Nathan Lind
- Millie Bobby Brown – as Maddison Russell
- Rebecca Hall – as Ilene Andrews
- Brain Tyree Henry – as Bernie Hayes
- Shun Oguri – as Ren Serizawa
- Eiza Gonzalez – as Maya Simmons
- Julian Dennison – as Josh Valentine
- Kyle Chandler – as Dr. Mark Russell
- Demian Bichir – as Walter Simmons
The following is the crew of Godzilla vs Kong:
- Director – Adam Wingard
- Executive producer – Kenji Okuhira, Yoshimitsu Banno, Jon Jashni, Thomas Tull
- Co-producer – Jay Ashenfelter, Jen Conroy, Tamara Kent
- Story – Terry Rossio, Michael Dougherty, Zach Shields
- Production designer – Owen Patterson, Tom Hammock
- Costume designer – Ann Foley
- Visual effects supervisor – John “DJ” DesJardin
Leaks and Plot According to the Movie Trailer
The fourth installment of the franchise pits the gigantic Godzilla against the mighty King Kong as humans watch. This crossover of the universe is long due. The MonsterVerse fans have been curious about the duel since the idea was first made public.
The first Godzilla vs Kong leak happened because of a marketing method of Warner Bros. A brief clip of the movie was released during the Brazilian Comic-Con Experience as a part of Warner Bros reel. This clip was later leaked online.
The Godzilla vs Kong leak was not limited to the movie.
In April 2020, some images of figurines from the movie were leaked, giving away the different forms of King Kong and Godzilla and revealed another monster named Nozuki.
Godzilla vs Kong leaks of play figures demystified the curiosity around both the main characters’ physical appearance.
The movie will be based in the year 2018. It has been 45 years since King Kong last fought the humans for Kong Skull Island. A lot of character development is expected in terms of maturity and determination from the giant ape. The poster and the teasers have given an impression of the growth spurt in Kong, and this is expected to be of advantage when facing Godzilla.
The human motive in the movie is speculated to be centered around investigating the origin of titans. The hollow earth entry point beneath Skull Island will be examined. The organization Monarch will move forward to eliminate these creatures from the face of the earth.
In Godzilla’s post-credit scene: King of Monsters (2019), there are carvings in an ancient cave suggesting a battle between Godzilla and Kong. This movie picks up from there.
None of these theories have been confirmed by the production.
Godzilla vs Kong is a much-awaited monster showdown movie. Despite its long-running production time, the anticipation of fans had only increased. With the new teaser looks, not much has been revealed about the plot.
The teasers did not reveal Godzilla and were mostly related to King Kong. The background narration in the teasers suggests the humans require King Kong.
As people are awaiting the Godzilla vs Kong trailer, various fan theories have surfaced. Despite the usual timing of Warner Bros to release the trailer between 9 am to 5 pm. There is no trailer or any mention of it on neither the Legendary Entertainment handles nor the Warner Bros handles.
Despite this, it can be assured that this movie might be a good thing about 2021. As more and more fans are eagerly waiting to catch a glimpse of the movie, one can only imagine the response the actual movie would get.
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