The new Godzilla vs. Kong reveals the real reason the two Titans are fighting in the latest installment of MonsterVerse.
A new trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong teases why the two Titans are fighting each other. Legendary and Warner Bros. launched MonsterVerse in 2014 with the release of Godzilla and continued the franchise a few years later with Kong: Skull Island. Once Gojira and King Kong had their solo movies, Godzilla: King of the Monsters It was used to lay the groundwork for them to collide. The two giant monsters will finally collide later this month when Godzilla vs. Kong premieres in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously.
Since the movie was announced, fans have had two major questions about the Godzilla and Kong fight. Sides have been drawn in support of why each Titan should be the winner in taking down monsters, and Godzilla vs. Kong You’ve used your marketing to highlight examples of how each could bring out the best in the other. The other question fans have debated is what draws Godzilla and Kong into battle after all these years. There have been theories that Godzilla is under the control of another force or actually Mechagodzilla in disguise. However, the last Godzilla vs. Kong The trailer paints a clearer picture of why they fight.
Another trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong has arrived courtesy of IGN. In just one minute of footage, the trailer packs a lot of monster action and shows why the Titans are fighting now. The end of the trailer includes Rebecca Hall’s character saying that both Godzilla and Kong are seen as Alpha Titans, but there is only room for one Alpha Titan in this world.
Yes Godzilla vs. KongThe new trailer explains precisely why the two Titans are fighting, it will explain a lot about why the fight is only happening now in MonsterVerse. Kong has been isolated on Skull Island for decades, but Godzilla only recently resurfaced. As is evident from Godzilla: King of the Monsters‘title, Gojira’s last appearance definitely made him the king of monsters. All the other nearby Titans bowed to him and recognized Godzilla’s place at the top. However, Kong was nowhere to be seen in the sequel and could only leave Skull Island now to challenge Godzilla’s rule.
While the fight to be the true Alpha could be how Godzilla vs. KongKick off the plot, the movie could very well reveal that two Alphas are needed. Godzilla and Kong are expected to have to work together at the end of the film to take down a common enemy. Every leak and some teasing of the teasers point to Mechagodzilla being the enemy that unites the two Alphas. Should Godzilla vs. Kong Concluding with the two Titans on the same side, it will be fascinating to see where the MonsterVerse goes next, if it continues at all.
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