Godzilla vs. Kong

Godzilla vs. Kong

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“Godzilla vs. Kong” is an upcoming American monster movie directed by Adam Wingard. The sequel of “Godzilla: King of Monsters” and “Kong: Skull Island”, this is the fourth movie in Legendary’s MonsterVerse. This movie is also the 36th movie in the “Godzilla” series, the 12th movie in the “King Kong” series, and the fourth “Godzilla” movie fully produced by a Hollywood studio. The film stars Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Shun Oguri, Eiza González, Jessica Henwick, Julian Dennison, Kyle Chandler, and Demián Bichir.

Godzilla vs. Kong

The plan was announced in October 2015, when the legendary legend announced a plan to share the movie world between Godzilla and King Kong. The writer’s room of the film assembled in March 2017 and Wingard was appointed as the director in May 2017. The main photography started in Hawaii, Australia, and Hong Kong in November 2018, and ended in April 2019. The November 2020 release date has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be released on May 21, 2021.

Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla vs. Kong

“Godzilla vs. Kong: In the era when monsters traveled all over the earth, human beings fought for the future and brought Godzilla and Kong to a collision route, which will cause the two most powerful natural forces on the earth to collide in ancient and spectacular battles. When the monarch embarks on an arduous mission, enters an unknown terrain, and unearth clues to the origin of Titan, the threat of human conspiracy will wipe out the good and bad creatures on the earth forever.”

Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla vs. Kong

The main photography started on November 12, 2018 in Hawaii and Australia, and is expected to end in February 2019. The work is called Apex. Production was initially scheduled to start on October 1, 2018. To film Hawaii, the film crew shot on the USS Missouri, Manoa Falls and downtown Honolulu. The film crew set up a camp on the Kalanianaole Highway, which was closed until November 21. The local camera crew and other personnel were used to shoot the film.

In January 2019, the filming continued for 26 weeks at Village Roadshow Studios in Gold Coast, Queensland. Filming locations in Australia include Miami State High School and parts of Brisbane, such as the suburbs of Newstead, Chinatown Mall in Fortitude Valley, and Wake Hans Terrace parking lot. In April 2019, Wengard confirmed via Instagram that the filming in Australia had ended. In the same month, Wingard revealed that Hong Kong was one of the last filming locations, and the main photography works had already been packaged.

Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla vs. Kong

In June 2020, Tom Holkenborg was announced as the composer of the film. Wingard met with Holkenborg in 2018. Since Holkenborg is a fan, he admitted to participating in Godzilla’s entertainment writing for many years. After that, Holkenborg began to communicate with the director, adjusted the material, and then played the material for the director, noting that Wingard was complete “totally in love”. Holkenborg requires a bass drum with a diameter of about 10 feet, but the manufacturer can only reduce it to 8 feet.

Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla vs. Kong

“Godzilla vs. Kong” is scheduled to be released in 2D, 3D and IMAX in the United States on May 21, 2021. The book will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, except for Japan, where Toho will be distributed. The film was postponed several times during the production process and was originally scheduled to be released on May 29, 2020, May 22, March 13, and November 20, 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the film was pushed to the current 2021 release, and its release date was originally scheduled for “The Matrix 4.” In February 2020, Warner Bros. conducted an unannounced test screening and received a “mostly positive” response.

Directed by
Adam Wingard

Writing Credits
Eric Pearson (screenplay by) and
Max Borenstein screenplay by)
Terry Rossio (story by) and
Michael Dougherty (story by) &
Zach Shields

Cast
Millie Bobby Brown as Madison Russell
Alexander Skarsgård
Jessica Henwick
Eiza González
Rebecca Hall
Kyle Chandler as Mark Russell
Danai Gurira as (rumored)
Lance Reddick
Ziyi Zhang as Dr. Ilene Chen / Dr. Ling
Julian Dennison
Demián Bichir
Brian Tyree Henry
Tasneem Roc as Reporter

Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Admiral Wilcox
Benjamin Rigby as Sonar Operator
Joel Pierce as Monarch Tech #2
Shun Oguri
John Pirruccello as Actor
Sofia Nolan as Mean Girl
Kaylee Kristin as Yacht Party Goer
Brad McMurray as Security Guard
Conlan Casal as Military Technician
Andrea Elizabeth Sikkink as Driver / Passerby
Tonia Renee Hammerich as Monarch Technician
Piéra Forde as Mission Tech
Linda Chien as HongKong Survivor
Keiichi Enomoto as Guard

Arthur Costa as Monarch Technician
Chellé Brooks as Party Goer
Daniel Nelson as Hayworth
Amber Walls as Refugee
Santi Lawson as Apex Lab Techs
Jacob Turner as (credit only)
Raynesa Jonas as Monarch Technician
Shawn McBride as Fisherman
Elijah Keolamalulani Burbage as Young Technician
Tara Wraith as Monarch Flight Crew
Jon Quested as Construction Worker
Drew Walton as David Lind
Scott Wallace as Monarch Guard

Niam Mayes as Us Navy
Grisel Toledo as Apex Guard
Parisse Lattimore as Mean Girl 2
Nick Turello as Apex Armed Guard
Alice Lanesbury as Bar Patron #1
Ken Watanabe as Bar Patron
Daniel Santana Jr. as Party Goer
Lachlan Winters as School kid
Scott M. Schewe as Fisherman
Jason Virgil as Bartender
Sonny Le as Thug
Sean Edward Frazer as Bar Patron
Barry Havenga as Engineer

Sen Shao as Thug
Rob Schyff as Cafe patron
Van Marten as Dr. Chen’s Assistant
Curtis Bush as Admiral
Victoria Liu as Heav Pilot #3
Anyssa as Pier Goer
Clay Mason as Refugee
Timothy Christian Jansen as Tourist
Phil Farmer as Police Officer (as Philip Farmer)
Dalton Fugate as Pier Goer
Kelly Gonda as Girl on Pier
Lara Thomas as News Reporter

Jason Speer as Monarch Board Member
Zac Fliss as Military Tactical Squad
Ariana Doolan as School Kid
Travis Arrington as Refugee
Robert McLachlan as Bar Patron
Undral Altran as Military Personnel
Tannum Bowater as Monarch Ground Crew
Alfred Campbell as Security Guard
Dimitri Belke as Monarch Flight Crew
Jaben Isaak as Monarch Worker
Linda Cairns as Monarch Worker (uncredited)

Svitlana Campbell as APEX Employee (uncredited)
Amanda Chang as Monarch Worker (uncredited)
Darny Chau as Business Pedestrian (uncredited)
Raul Espericueta as Shopper (uncredited)
Charmain Jackson as Apex Lab Technician (uncredited)
Steve Maggs as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Austin Morrison as Monarch Military (uncredited)
Diezel Ramos as Monarch Military (uncredited)
Jason Szabo as Monarch Tactical Guard (uncredited)

Release Dates
France : 19 May 2021
Argentina : 20 May 2021
Germany : 20 May 2021
Portugal : 20 May 2021
Slovakia : 20 May 2021
Ukraine : 20 May 2021
Brazil : 21 May 2021
Canada : 21 May 2021
UK : 21 May 2021
Ireland : 21 May 2021
Japan : 21 May 2021
Sweden : 21 May 2021
Turkey : 21 May 2021
USA : 21 May 2021

Also Known As
(original title) : Godzilla vs. Kong
Argentina : Godzilla vs. Kong
Australia : Godzilla vs. Kong
Brazil : Godzilla vs. Kong
Canada (English title) : Godzilla vs. Kong
France : Godzilla vs Kong
Germany : Godzilla vs. Kong
India (English title) : Godzilla vs. Kong
Italy : Godzilla vs. Kong
Japan : Gojira tai Kingu Kongu
Japan (Japanese title) : ゴジラVSコング
Mexico : Godzilla vs. Kong
Russia : Годзилла против Кинг-Конга
Spain : Godzilla vs. Kong
Taiwan : 哥吉拉對金剛
Ukraine : Ґодзілла проти Конґа
UK : Godzilla vs. Kong
USA : Godzilla vs. Kong

Filming Locations
Village Roadshow Studios, Oxenford, Queensland, Australia
New York City, New York, USA
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Australia
New York, USA
USA

Music by
Tom Holkenborg

Cinematography
Ben Seresin

Edited by
Josh Schaeffer

Production company
Legendary Pictures

Distributed by
Warner Bros. Pictures (Worldwide)
Toho (Japan)

Release date
May 21, 2021 (United States)

Country
United States

Language
English

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