The fan base of the oldest monster in the universe, Godzilla, has finally helped confirm a major fan theory about Kong: Skull Island. The fan theory is connected to the Skull Island’s location. The theory states that the Skull Island is hollow and that the Monster-Verse exists because that section of the Earth has stayed virgin and unexplored. This theory changes how we view the movie and the future of the universe. This means that there is a high possibility that Godzilla and Kong once co-existed in the same island. Want to know how? Presenting – New Fan Theory confirms Godzilla was there in Kong: Skull Island!!!
To plot the origin stories of the world of titans, we need to take a peek at the backstory of a man called William Randa. Randa is a very significant member of Monarch – an organization dedicated to mapping and identifying colossally huge creatures that were then known by the name of M.U.T.Os – Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organisms. We saw the first glimpse of MUTOs in Godzilla where the King of Monsters took down not just one but two of them.
In Kong: Skull Island, we see Kong going head to head with another kind of such a creature. They were called Skull-Crawlers and they almost defeated and killed the Island’s Chimp Defender. Randa explains that Monarch has a theory about how these Skull Crawlers managed to stay hidden from the rest of the world for so long.
They lived in deep caverns underneath the Earth. These caverns were numerous and scattered throughout the world. One such hole led to Skull Island while there could be countless more all over the globe that could house creatures just as big and dangerous. This is the Hollow Earth theory.
The website called Monarch Sciences helps fans track the movements of Godzilla in the world map. The monster lizard passed through various islands and continents before heading to Skull Island. After that, the map shows Godzilla heading to the Mariana Trench. The map then shows that Godzilla then suddenly vanishes. This is not possible as he needs to be somewhere as he needs to be somewhere.
The only logical explanation is that Godzilla dove deeper into the Mariana Trench, the deepest region of Earth and found himself a cavern to another part of the Globe. He essentially swam into the Hollow Earth and used a shortcut.
Godzilla is then seen in the deep waters around Indonesia. He just traveled thousands of miles in hours. This is only possible if he used a shortcut. Godzilla then heads straight to the south. His destination is Antarctica, where King Ghidorah lies in a deep slumber buried in a block of ice. Godzilla must have traveled through caverns that are large enough to accommodate his size.
This also means one other thing – these caverns do not have any light source for them to be illuminated. That means Godzilla has the ability to see in the Dark. As if the fire breath was not enough, Legendary Pictures just gave him another amazing ability and an added advantage.
Godzilla 2 will feature tons of new titans. There is King Ghidorah, the three-headed dragon that will unleash its full wrath on Godzilla when they face each other to determine the rightful holder of the title – King of Monsters! There is also Mothra and yet another unnamed Titan that Legendary Pictures is not divulging any details about. The plot will be about a secretive organization trying to prevent humanity’s extinction by making these titans fight each other in an epic battle.
Kong: Skull Island has already had his digital release. The official synopsis of the movie reads:
Scientists, soldiers and adventurers unite to explore a mythical, uncharted island in the Pacific Ocean. Cut off from everything they know, they venture into the domain of the mighty Kong, igniting the ultimate battle between man and nature. As their mission of discovery soon becomes one of survival, they must fight to escape from a primal world where humanity does not belong.
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