As the gigantic Kong meets the unstoppable Godzilla, the world watches to see which one of them will become King of the Monsters.
One Will Fall
Did You Know?
In June 2019, Warner Bros. Studios Chairman Toby Emmerich sat down with media site Deadline for a chat about running the movie division in light of Kevin Tsujihara's dismissal. Among the many things that he talked about was Godzilla Vs Kong, which came up briefly in discussing the disappointing box-office performance and tepid critical reception of Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The CEO candidly admitted that their aim is to deliver the best possible experience for the fans with Godzilla Vs Kong, which could result in the movie being delayed to later that year. Deadline stated the delay may mean the studio orders reshoots, even though director Adam Wingard alreaady announced a wrap on principal photography. Moving the movie from March 2020 to the summer or holiday seasons may also be a mistake because it will put the film in the middle of weekends packed with other blockbusters which is one reason why Godzilla, King of the Monsters didn't do as well as expected. See more
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