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#Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters 2019. ▼
New CONCEPT trailer for the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ MonsterVerse movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Humanity’s existence hangs in the balance when the mighty Godzilla collides with Mothra, Rodan and the three-headed monster King Ghidorah.
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Warner Bros. has set new release dates for a pair of sequels: Godzilla (2014) followup Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Doctor Sleep, an adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel novel to The Shining. King of the Monsters in particular will be the third entry in WB’s Godzilla and King Kong movie universe (colloquially known as the MonsterVerse), after the Godzilla reboot and last year’s Kong: Skull Island. Doctor Sleep, meanwhile, is expected to be more of an adaptation of King’s original book and not a followup to the famous movie version of The Shining that Stanley Kubrick helmed in 1980.
King of the Monsters is being co-written and directed by Michael Dougherty (Krampus) and will pit Godzilla in a battle against three of his most famous opponents – Mothra, Rodan, and most notably King Ghidorah – to prove once and for all who is the true… well, see the film’s subtitle. Doctor Sleep, on the other hand, is being brought to the big screen by Mike Flanagan; a filmmaker who, like Dougherty, comes from a horror background and only just adapted King’s novel Gerald’s Game for Netflix last year.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters was previously scheduled to open in theaters on March 22, 2019, but WB has now announced that it will be arriving two months later on Friday, May 31 instead. At the same time, the studio has confirmed that Doctor Sleep will begin filming in the foreseeable future and is set to open in theaters on January 24, 2020. King of the Monsters will also fill the spot previously occupied by The Six Billion Dollar Man, which WB has delayed (again) after its director dropped out (again).
WB’s decision to move King of the Monsters back to May means there will now be almost exactly a year between the release of the Godzilla sequel and the much buzzed-about crossover Godzilla vs. Kong in 2020. King of the Monster’s box office competition is also going to be a whole lot fiercer in May than it was during March, what with Disney’s live-action Aladdin, Avengers 4, and John Wick: Chapter 3 (among other films) all opening that month. On the other hand, that suggests WB is pleased with how Dougherty’s sequel is shaping up and feels it’s good enough to go toe-to-toe with those early summer tentpoles.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is an upcoming American monster film directed by Michael Dougherty and written by Dougherty, Zach Shields and Max Borenstein. It is a sequel to Godzilla (2014) and will be the 35th film in the Godzilla franchise, the third film in Legendary’s MonsterVerse, and the third Godzilla film to be completely produced by a Hollywood studio. The film stars Vera Farmiga, Ken Watanabe, Sally Hawkins, Kyle Chandler, Millie Bobby Brown, Bradley Whitford, Thomas Middleditch, Charles Dance, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Aisha Hinds, and Zhang Ziyi.
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