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Godzilla vs Kong Trailer: Both Flying Monsters Explained

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Godzilla vs. Kong is one of the most anticipated crossovers there is, and the reason is obvious – the fight between the two legendary beasts is almost here for us to watch! This first happened in Toho’s 1962 crossover, King Kong vs. Godzilla, which had an ending that leaned in Kong’s favor. Like the original fight, Kong will get a size boost to pose a physical challenge to Godzilla. And now, it is time that the viewers get the answer to everything. Yes, the first official trailer for Godzilla vs Kong has been released, and it is nothing less than amazing. You may check the trailer below:

Merchandise leaks from earlier confirmed that Godzilla vs/ Kong will introduce two new Titans. There were a lot of things to notice in the trailer, and the chief amongst these details were these two new mutants. They’re Nozuki and Warbat, both of whose names were revealed when their designs were leaked last year. Although the two initially seem almost identical in appearance, these two serpentine monsters actually feature different colored wings, and both can be seen attacking Kong in (what looks like) different locations. MonsterVerse toys unveiled both Nozuki and Warbat’s designs last summer and, as a pair of sizeable winged serpents, it’s fair to guess that their reptilian nature may make the monstrous duo distant relatives of Kong’s titular enemy, Godzilla.

Godzilla vs Kong Trailer

We clearly see Kong easily take on these new Titans, but that is the maximum that we could we have possibly seen in the trailer. Their showdown would be impeccable and we are sure. Only time will tell whether Kong’s face-off against Nozuki (which looks from the trailer like it takes place in the Hollow Earth) will occur during the movie’s action, or in a flashback to a far earlier era. The moment sees Kong slam Nozuki into another of its kind, possibly injuring or killing both monsters in the process. Meanwhile, the appearance of Warbat seems, from the trailer’s brief glimpse, to take place in the modern-day city setting of Godzilla vs. Kong but again, viewers won’t know for sure until more of the movie’s action is unveiled.

Godzilla vs Kong Flying Monsters

Godzilla vs Kong is rated PG-13 and is described in the following manner, “In a new world where man and monster now coexist, Monarch must lead the way to a prosperous future alongside the Titans, keeping humanity in check. However, rival factions that want to manipulate the Titans for war begin to rise under the guise of a nefarious conspiracy, threatening to wipe out all life on the planet. Meanwhile, on Skull Island, strange seismic activity draws the attention of Godzilla and Kong alike.”

Godzilla: King of the Monsters Monsterverse

There were a lot of easter eggs in the show, and we have done an intense trailer breakdown for our readers to enjoy. But here, we will focus on one of the many hints that have got our attention, and that is the welcoming of Mechagodzilla. Yes, you heard it right, we might just see the ferocious Godzilla’s nemesis, MechaGodzilla, in action against the mighty King Of Monsters, Godzilla. There are theories that suggest that Skullcrawler is also making its way back to the plot and that in the end, Godzilla and Kong would have to team up.

Godzilla vs Kong Flying Monsters

Now imagine this, first Kong goes up against the two new mutants – Nozuki and Warbat, then Godzilla, and then maybe take on Mechagodzilla too. The CGI budget might as well just shoot through the roof. While the toy designs of Nozuki and Warbat were debuted some time ago, neither monster has appeared in a Toho movie to date. While Godzilla: King of the Monsters may have brought classic kaiju such as Rodan and King Ghidorah to the screen.

Godzilla: King of The Monsters

It is pretty clear that that Godzilla vs. Kong is more than just a simple crossover. It’s the entire MonsterVerse going bonkers, everyone coming in from everywhere and the fight to be the mightiest is on the table. Being Kong, he does not answer to anyone. Whereas Godzilla was regarded as the King of Monsters in Godzilla: King of Monsters, when every monster came out from the shadows and bowed their head in respect to the mighty giant.

Godzilla vs Kong Flying Monsters

It will definitely be a ride for the viewers who are expecting a lot. The movie will be available in the theatres and HBO Max for streaming. Godzilla vs. Kong has moved up the roster and had its release date preponed to March 26, 2021. Earlier, the date was May 21, 2021. The movie will be available in the theatres and on HBO Max for streaming.

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