Bad news for fans of classic monsters. It seems like we’ll have to wait a little longer than we thought to see one of the most epic matchups in cinema.
‘Godzilla vs Kong’ delays its premiere for eight months. Warner Bros. has chosen to go from March 13, 2020, to November 20, 2020.
No reason is given in this regard.
This happens just a few months after ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ was released in theatres. The movie disappointed both critically and commercially.
So we assume the studio doesn’t want to repeat the same mistakes. At the moment, we have not seen anything from the tape.
They may want to work more and better, still the sales strategy of it.
Warner Bros. boss Toby Emmerich previously hinted that they could delay the epic showdown between these monsters if necessary to ensure delivery of the best possible film, and it appears to have been.
Adam Wingard (‘Blair Witch’) has been commissioned to direct ‘Godzilla vs Kong.’ The actors in the cast of the movie ‘Godzilla vs Kong’ are:
- Millie Bobby Brown
- Julian Dennison
- Brian Tyree Henry
- Demian Bichir
- Alexander Skarsgard
- Eisa González
- Kyle Chandler
- Jessica Henwick
- Rebecca Hall
- Lance Reddick.
Problems with the previous instalments
The thread that connects the MonsterVerse films is the Monarch company, which has been in charge of studying mythological creatures that have existed since long before the human race. These creatures have served as gods for many cultures, such as Kong.
Now, after the events in Kong: Skull Island, a prophecy is known to be fulfilled. In that Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, and King Ghidorah have an essential role, as everything seems to indicate that there will be a confrontation of colossal proportions and the human race it’s right in the middle of them. This is where Godzilla II: The King of the Monsters comes in by Michael Dougherty.
The King of Monsters was not positive. However, the public celebrated the epic displays in the company of its protagonist beast and the other three who also became the big stars.
One of the problems observed in Godzilla II: The King of the Monsters was the human character.
Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown, Kyle Chandler, Charles Dance, among others, failed to interest us with their stories.
Perhaps Dr Ishiro Serizawa, played by Ken Watanabe, is saved from inconvenience, his respect for monsters and his final sacrifice made him the most interesting character in the film.
With the latest instalment, the consolidation possibilities for the MonsterVerse is reduced. The next chapter must be successful if studios want to continue producing instalments with the countless creatures of Toho.
Ultimately everyone wants to witness that. It is only necessary that the studios strive to make solid stories.