Big day for fans of American-style big monster fighting – Warner Bros. has posted the very first trailer for Godzilla vs Kong , the famous crossover announced by the Legendary Pictures studio as part of its Monstroverse – the shared universe of its productions on the big screen.
This new trailer thus gives a glimpse of the clash that will pit the supreme kaiju Godzilla against the ultra-wide terror coming from a lost jungle, with the fate of humanity at stake.
Reverse redemption for Godzilla, Kong to the rescue
After protecting Earth from King Ghidorah's threats in the previous Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie in 2018, the radioactive kaiju seems determined to fry as much as possible against humans – a threat such that only Kong can stand up to it. equal to equal …
Two mythical adversaries clash in a colossal battle, while the fate of the planet is at stake. Kong and his protectors embark on a high-risk journey to find their original home. They are accompanied by Jia, a young orphan with whom Kong has forged very strong bonds. But against all odds, they cross on their way Godzilla who, mad with rage, sows chaos everywhere he goes. The Homeric duel between these two titans, provoked by invisible forces, is only a glimpse of the mystery which plunges into the bowels of the Earth …
We find the night shots under heavy rain that come up so often in Legendary productions – as well as a confrontation in a city with buildings covered in garish neon lights, in the purest aesthetic of the new decade… Adam Wingard – director of the remake among others of Blair Witch and the Netflix adaptation of the manga Death Note – is at the helm of this blockbuster with (double) XL ambitions.
Headlining Alexander Skarsgård ( Big Littles Lies ) alongside Millie Bobby Brown ( Stranger Things ) – alongside them will feature Atlanta star Brian Tyree Henry and Shun Oguri, already seen in famous manga adaptations. like Lupine the 3rd or Gintama . Finally, Kyle Chandler – once the star of Sunday afternoon on M6 with Demain à la Une – will mark his return to the Monstroverse after having held one of the main roles of King of the Monsters . Godzilla vs Kong will land in international theaters – at least the ones that are open – starting March 17th.