The war of the monsters
Despite having the support of his faithful, 'Gozdilla: king of monsters', left a bitter taste. After the excellent proposal of Gareth Edwards it seemed that the road was clear, but things, at least in relation to the quality of the final product, were far from the 2014 film.
The public will have to wait a little longer to see Kong and Godzilla roll violently on the big screen, since Warner Bros and Legendary have announced an eight month delay for its release date, which goes from March 13 to November 20, 2020.
The movie that face the two most famous monsters from the cinema follows 'Godzilla' (2014), 'Kong: Calavera Island' (2017) and the aforementioned Michael Dougherty film this year, which despite being a semi-hit at the box office returned to the coffers about 400 million Worldwide.
Thus, with that dance of dates that "eliminate" the competition, the film becomes the biggest premiere of those dates. No specific reason has been provided for the delay of the film, although they may want to debug the final product after the many critical blows of the last installment.
There is a lot at stake in 'Godzilla vs. Kong ', since The future of MonsterVerse will depend on the results of this expected crossover. Together with the two monsters that give title to the film, we will find the Monarch scientific organization embarking on a dangerous mission in a field unknown to discover the origins of the Titans and a conspiracy that threatens to eradicate these gigantic creatures.
Millie Bobby Brown, Kyle Chandler and Zhang Ziyi will return, and the cast also includes Alexander Skarsgård, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Eiza Gonzalez, Shun Oguri, Jessica Henwick, Julian Dennison, Demian Bichir and Lance Reddick.