Godzilla vs. Kong is a monster movie directed by Adam Wingard and starring Millie Bobby Brown, Alexander Skarsgård and Rebecca Hall.
The blockbuster Godzilla vs. Kong unleashes a superlative monster fight in which the giant ape King Kong meets the giant lizard Godzilla. Other monsters also get involved and the world becomes a battlefield.
Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) Movie Info
Rating: PG-13 (Destruction|Brief Language|Intense Creature Violence)
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Original Language: English
Director: Adam Wingard
Producer: Mary Parent, Alex Garcia, Eric McLeod, Jon Jashni, Thomas Tull, Brian Rogers
Writer: Eric Pearson, Max Borenstein
Release Date (Theaters): Mar 31, 2021 wide
Release Date (Streaming): Mar 31, 2021
Box Office (Gross USA): $100.4M
Runtime: 1h 53m
Production Co: Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment
Sound Mix: Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos, DTS
Current Trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla vs. Kong – Official Trailer
Complete Storyline and information about Godzilla vs. Kong
Kong and his protectors are on a dangerous journey to find the true home of the giant ape. Along for the ride is the orphan girl Jia, with whom the monster has formed a very special bond.
But unexpectedly, an angry Godzilla crosses their path and causes destruction all over the globe. Spurred on by unknown forces, the titans clash. But this is only the beginning of a mystery that lies dormant deep underground in the core of our planet.
Background & info to Godzilla vs. Kong
Back in September 2015, when Legendary Pictures moved the distribution of Kong: Skull Island from film distributor Universal to Warner Bros, it fueled speculation that Godzilla: King of the Monsters and King Kong would be brought together in one film. Shortly thereafter, that plan was confirmed with the announcement of Godzilla vs. Kong. A movie franchise that would be built around the organization called Monarch and would have “giant super-species” clash was in the works.
Already in the past, giant ape and giant lizard had fought each other in the early 1960s in The Return of King Kong (1962) and met again in the next decade in Godzilla vs. King Kong (1974). Godzilla vs. Kong, however, was not to be a remake of those films.
Director Adam Wingard moreover said in advance that while he wanted to create a giant monster fight for Godzilla vs. Kong, he also wanted to take the characters – both monsters and humans – seriously in order to create an emotional connection. (ES)