The much-awaited American monster film Godzilla vs Kong Sequel is happening after the successful release of Godzilla vs Kong in 2021. Since the team makers have announced the release date of the upcoming sequel, we are sure that it will be a blockbuster on screens. Let us take a look at this article in order to find out what exactly the sequel will offer to its fans?
What is the Godzilla vs Kong film all about?
Godzilla vs Kong is a 2021 American monster film that is directed by Adam Wingard. It is actually the fourth film in the Legendary Picture’s Monsterverse. This film is again a sequel to Kong: Skull Island (2017) and Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019). The film follows a clash between Kong and Godzilla and human’s repetitive efforts to retrieve a power source for a secret weapon in the Hollow Earth so as to stop Godzilla’s destructive impacts on humans.
Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the film was delayed from a November 2020 release date, initially, the film was released on 31st March 2020, thereby receiving and claiming greater positive reviews from the fans and the critics. The American monster film also broke several box-office records and also generated $470 million worldwide. With this, the film was also a streaming hit on the HBO Max platform.
Is the Godzilla vs Kong sequel also returning on screens?
Well, the answer is yes, Godzilla vs Kong is basically returning for its sequel after the release of Godzilla vs Kong back in 2021. According to official sources, the sequel of the monster film is in production and it is also in reports that Legendary Productions will shoot the substantial portion of the Godzilla vs Kong sequel in Queensland, Australia.
After being the highest-grossing Warner Bro film of 2021, so a follow-up sequel was very much necessary. With this, the makers have decided to invest more in the sequel due to which we can say that the sequel might be the most massive sequel film of all time.
Godzilla vs Kong sequel: Release date
The American Monster film is all set to arrive on screens with its sequel. The date for the upcoming Monsterverse film has been revealed which sets the stage for how this legendary film will continue going forward. According to official sources, the upcoming Monsterverse sequel is set to premiere on 15th March 2024. Well, the previous franchise of the film Kong Skull Island was released on 9th March 2017, and Godzilla vs Kong was released on 31st March 2021. According to rumors the film is set to be a Kong-centered film with a rumored title also currently floating around the town which is “Son of Kong”.
With the sequel currently in its developmental stages, we are very much sure that just like the previous “Godzilla vs Kong” film the sequel is going to be a massive success among fans with the kind of animation, VFX, and production the film is having, it is no doubt to imagine what this sequel film is going to offer us.
The Expected Plot of the Sequel
According to official sources, since nothing has been confirmed regarding what the plot might be for the Godzilla vs Kong Sequel, but according to rumors, the sequel might follow a Kong-centered plot where the story will revolve around Kong looking for other members of his Kind, something that was hinted at in Godzilla vs Kong. Both Godzilla vs Kong and Kong Skull Island was filmed in Queensland and since the sequel will also be returning to that location, it means that the sequel will most likely be returning to Hollow Earth and with a huge budget, the film means a much greater budget will be spent in the Hollow Earth.
Apart from that according to rumors, since the sequel will likely be a Kong-centered film, whether Godzilla will return in the sequel is, therefore, a mystery. It is also expected to see more of Kong and Gia’s relationship in much more depth in the upcoming sequel which was incredibly portrayed in the Godzilla vs Kong film. With this, the villain of the sequel film is also unknown but since the budget of the film is much greater, chances are someone much more powerful than Godzilla would be considered by the makers.
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