GvK: New TV Spot Video Shows Kong Being Captured

Godzilla vs. Kong New TV Spot Video:

There is no need to mention that Godzilla vs. Kong is going on a proper rampage with its promotion. With the release date closing in, in fact, this month, the marketing team has helmed just the perfect way of putting the film on a new pedestal. Godzilla vs. Kong’s trailers tell us something about the plot. We see Godzilla coming back, and people particularly wondering why the Godzilla is recklessly hurting people. In the trailer, we can also see a particular team working towards solving the said mystery. This trailer definitely has to be one of the craziest ones out there, mainly because it shows the many sides of both the characters – Godzilla, and Kong. It is pretty clear that the world is basically depending on Kong to save them from destruction. A new trailer has finally surfaced and it reveals a whole lot more footage.

Those digesting every new tease from Godzilla vs. Kong’s marketing can enjoy a new TV spot. A chunk of the footage has been seen previously, but there are new shots as well, including one where Kong is being carried in the air by multiple vehicles. Check out the video below (via FilmSpot Trailer) for the first 29 seconds. The scene with the copters carrying Kong might be an homage to a similar one in the original King Kong vs. Godzilla. In the 1962 film, a few helicopters transport Kong to a waiting Godzilla. Godzilla vs. Kong’s production designer has earlier said that they watched the Godzilla and Kong movies in part to include Easter eggs, so it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if this scene is one of them.

Another shot shows that Kong falls from a long distance in the sky into the hollow earth, which leaves us asking – are the copters responsible for this? Not only this, but we also see a shot where Godzilla is charging up for its atomic beam and the camera faces right at it.

Reporting from an official set visit to the production of Godzilla vs. Kong, Collider has confirmed the existence of a mecha-titan with King Ghidorah’s head. We walked on to the set, and there was a gigantic Ghidorah skull that had been wired up and made technologically,” collider’s Matt Goldberg wrote. “It’s one of the cooler sets I’ve been on as it looks like they had taken the organic matter of Ghidorah and mechanized it into some new kind of mechanized creature.” For fans of Toho’s back catalog of Godzilla films, that reveal points in one direction – the theatrical return of Mecha-King Ghidorah. What role the new Mecha-Ghidorah will play in Godzilla vs. Kong remains to be seen. 

Collider’s visit confirmed theories that Apex will be a villainous presence in the MonsterVerse, and their apparent technological capabilities make them the most likely candidates for creating a giant cyborg monster. That suggests that Godzilla: King of the Monsters villain Alan Jonah is likely working with Apex behind the scenes, as he acquired Ghidorah’s head at the end of King of the Monsters. He might even be involved in Godzilla’s sudden violent rampage.

Finally, even more of the Hong Kong battle is featured, showing Kong maneuvering around Godzilla’s atomic breath. Once again, a TV spot does its job in generating excitement. Not only is it going to be great to see the Titans collide but also the lore it will introduce. As one character says, “They have an ancient rivalry.” There’s certainly plenty to look forward to when the movie releases. The aircraft carrier sequence teased almost everywhere has been confirmed to be 18 minutes long. It’s going to be challenging for any movie this year to match Godzilla vs. Kong’s action.

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.”

Are you excited about Godzilla vs. Kong? It is highly believed that the movie will also dwell at a historic event where King Kong became the monster that bows to no one. This came in when the trailers repeatedly featured dialogues such as, “There was a war,” and “The myths are real.”At the very least, MonsterVerse fans can look forward to a new version of Mecha-Ghidorah when Godzilla vs. Kong releases in theaters and on HBO Max on March 31.

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