The internet has been raving for some days after news hit the media that Warner Bros Studios is set to release a trailer for their upcoming 2021 movie, "Godzilla Vs Kong".
So much hopes and expectations have been put on this movie after critics and audience panned the previous movie which set up this one — Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
The movie is directed by Adam Wingard and has Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown, Kyle Chandler and Ken Watanabe reprising their roles.
The movie also casts new stars such as Eiza Gonzalez, Alexander Skarsgård, Rebecca Hall, Damian Bachiar.
Over the weekend, on Sunday noon, the trailer for the movie was released and it has since been trending on social media worldwide. The trailer comes with Godzilla turning against humanity, which leads to Kong coming to help save the world. It turns into a battle of wits, strength power and most of all — killer weaponry between Godzilla and Kong.
This movie is definitely filled with Blockbuster monster action and blasts and massive urban destruction. People who have been starved for a while for nerve wrecking action and blasts are definitely in for a treat.
The movie will release in cinemas and on Warner Bros streaming service HBOMax on March 26.
Although, it remains to be seen whether Warner Bros will stick to the release date, since most Blockbuster movies from rival studios have been postponed further down the calendar due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
If you haven't watched the trailer yet, this is just the article for you. These are photos gotten from the newly released Trailer:
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