Godzilla vs Kong Trailer Corkscrew Online
It got monstrous today when Warner Bros. released the first Godzilla vs. Kong trailer. In the legendary film MonsterVerse, Godzilla vs. Kong, the two iconic movie monsters are pitted against each other for the first time, but with higher production values and likely an overwhelming sense of importance. Under Warner Bros.’s decision to release the films in 2021 on HBO Max and in all open theaters, Godzilla vs. Kong on the 26th. The film will be released on both big and small screens in March, a few months before its premiere in May. Alexander Skarsgård, Rebecca Hall, Lance Reddick and Jessica Henwick join actors Millie Bobby Brown and Kyle Chandler returning to the film as human characters who will likely spend about 98% of screen time on them, as that has always been the appeal of this type of film. Check out the Godzilla vs Kong trailer below:
The Godzilla vs Kong trailer itself looks cool. I really like the visuals, like the image of King Kong chained to a boat or Godzilla taking a nuclear breath underwater. The cast is appealing and the promise of great monster fights is another reason to complain about the endless obstacles that keep many of us from seeing it in the theater. The problem is that this franchise has screwed me over too many times to get excited about their boring movies. There was a lot of good in 2014’s Godzilla, but the focus on humans became ridiculous, so much so that the battle between Godzilla and the evil monster was literally reduced to a toddler eating chicken nuggets. Even the triple climate battle kept jumping out at Aaron Taylor-Johnson as he looked at the cave walls and after an hour and a half of family drama should have finally given us something fun to watch. (The internet has informed me that having this opinion means I hate Jaws for some reason). Godzilla: The Monster King promised more action and less human crap that nobody cared about, and in the end it got worse; it always was, but the visuals weren’t as interesting and the fights were more trite – and this time he was fighting Ghidorah, dammit! Kong: Skull Island was better, there was nothing special about it, and the people, though for the most part played by good actors, were either dull and forgettable or too silly (except Samuel L. Jackson, who brought a little life and personality to his role while maintaining the tone of the film), but at least it was entertaining at times. Godzilla vs. Kong was directed by Adam Wingard, who directed the excellent You’re Next and Guest. But Michael Doherty, the man behind Crump, directed King of the Monsters, and his talent for monsters and the creepy atmosphere of this Christmas horror film was almost entirely absent. I don’t think the problem here is the directors, I think the studio is trying their hand, whether for budgetary reasons or to satisfy an ego trip. So I hope I’m wrong, but I’m ready to see Godzilla and King Kong attack each other for a family picnic in the movie or something.
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