The writer of Godzilla vs. Kong, Max Borenstein, believes that there are other Titans sleeping in the Hollow Earth and that is why they were not seen anymore in the movie.
Godzilla vs. KongThe writer mocks that there are more Titans sleeping in Hollow Earth. The latest installment in the MonsterVerse franchise finally saw Godzilla and Kong fight multiple times. Clash of the Two Alpha Titans might be where the franchise ends, but Godzilla vs. Kong It also set up several other new items that future movies can explore. This included the first proper visit to the Hollow Earth.
The MonsterVerse previously mocked the Hollow Earth theory, which suggested that another world for the Titans was in the middle of the Earth. Godzilla vs. Kong it took viewers and movie characters to the new location momentarily. The former home of the Titans is where Kong found the mighty ax that he used to fight Godzilla and was home to a powerful source of energy that Apex used to power Mechagodzilla. During the time in Hollow Earth, Kong encounters a few other Titans, but the movie doesn’t include as many monsters as fans might have hoped.
Godzilla vs. KongWriter Max Borenstein recently spoke with Collider on various aspects of the new MonsterVerse movie. This included discussing the size of the Hollow Earth and whether it was secretly home to other Titans. Borenstein was specifically asked if other monsters slept at the location, and he said: “Oh, dare I say there must be, right? It’s a big hollow world.”
Other monsters can be seen in Godzilla vs. KongHollow Earth, but most of them may not be classified as Titans. The largest creatures Kong encountered during his short time there were the Warbats, the two winged serpent monsters that attacked him shortly after his arrival. However, Godzilla vs. Kong You don’t spend enough time in Hollow Earth to fully explore the location. Only a fraction of the space has been shown, so it would make sense that there are other Titans scattered around it.
If there are other sleeping Titans in Hollow Earth, future installments of MonsterVerse will be required to display them. This could be where some of the Titans confirmed in Godzilla: King of the Monsters they now reside after submitting to Godzilla or in an effort for them to stay away from the alpha. Of course, Hollow Earth’s expansive terrain can also be a way for MonsterVerse to add other classic Toho monsters to the franchise. Since Kong calls Hollow Earth his new home at the end of Godzilla vs. Kong, the continuation of his story would surely mean more about the location and the revelations of what other Titans are there with him.
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