In 2014 at Comic-Con, Legendary Pictures announced Skull island, the film that would bring King Kong back to the big screen and that would be distributed by Universal Pictues, however the production company changed distributor to Warner Brothers, which excited the fans since the hope of seeing Godzilla vs Kong on the big screen it seemed like a fact … and at least this first trailer, seven years later, fulfills that promise.
As we can see in the first trailer of Godzilla vs Kong, the story will first introduce us to the king of the jungle, considerably larger in size than in Skull Island, a film that was set in the 70s – but remember that it is said in that film that Kong would continue to grow – and he will play with the human element that has characterized Kong: the friendship he makes with a little girl.
However Godzilla does not beat around the bush and looks for a fight right away.
Godzilla vs Kong is directed by Adam Wingard, who has taken on a couple of franchises and adaptations that were talking about during the weeks of its premiere. On the one hand with Death note, movie for Netflix and on the other hand The blair witch, a film that divided fans of the horror saga.
On the human side of the film we also have two clearly defined sides:
Alexander SkarsgårdRebecca Hall
Millie Bobby Brown Kyle Chandler Lance Reddick (Monarch Director) Julian Dennison
And although there still does not seem to be a supportive side from the Mexicans eiza Gonzalez and Demian BichirEverything seems to indicate that they will be part of Team Kong.
Godzilla vs Kong opens in the United States on March 26, 2021 and arrives alongside HBO Max. However, Mexico will hit theaters, and if we take into account the same path that other Warner Bros. titles took in our country such as The witches and Wonder Woman 1984, the tape will probably arrive a week early, on March 19.
Original title: Godzilla vs Kong
Director: Adam Wingard
Actors: Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Demián Bichir, Eiza González
Release date:March 26, 2021 (USA)
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