So that everyone is clear, this movie is a part of the Monster Universe (MonsterVerse) and for the most part, features both Godzilla and King Kong. Whilst trying to rack my brain over this, but I do believe many many moons ago, this was mention, a movie that will feature both King Kong and Godzilla. They have been building this up. They have been spoon-feeding us small bites over the years and it started with Godzilla back in 2014. We then had Kong: Skull Island in 2017 and the last movie, Godzilla: King of the Monsters in 2019. I didn't see that one and I'm not sure why, but I will definitely get on board before this one arrives. In fact, I may need to watch all 3 before this one so I fully understand what is going on.
As I have seen the first two, Godzilla and Skull Island, I will definitely say, I enjoyed them both, possibly Skull Island more as I remember there were some real funny bits in it. I remember when I was watching Godzilla, it seemed to cut away from Godzilla, you know, what we came to see. I'm going to be real, nobody really cares about the humans. In films like this, they are in the movies to ground it a little, but for the most part, people want to see the monsters fight or tear things up. I heard some things about the last movie, such as hiding the monsters or using tricks to keep the budget low on the special effects, but this trailer seems to show more fights up front. Kong is brandishing an "axe!!!" I mean if you look closely to the trailer, is that MechaGodzilla? This is definitely a win, I just hope it doesn't fall short.
Directed by Adam Wingard and starring Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Shun Oguri, Eiza González, Julian Dennison, Kyle Chandler, Demián Bichir