Now that Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures have settled the spat they had concerning the release of Godzilla Vs Kong, we finally (after many delays) have a trailer, and here it is:
Originally meant to be released in November 2020, the Covid pandemic saw the film’s release pushed back with nary a teaser trailer to be seen.
When Warner Bros announced it would be released directly to HBO Max, a rumble of Godzilla vs Kong proportions brewed between the studio and Legendary, the production company, since the studio forgot to run that decision by their partners first.
Presumably ruffled feathers have been smoothed (by a shedload of cash, no doubt) and now the titans will clash simultaneously in theaters (pandemic rules permitting, see your local government for details) and on HBO Max.
The fourth film in Legendary’s Monsterverse, Godzilla vs Kong stars Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry and Kyle Chandler, and is directed by Adam Wingard (who previously helmed You’re Next and Death Note).
Since the film is unleashed on March 26th, you have just two short months to decide whether you’re on Team Godzilla or Team Kong because, as the trailer promises, One Will Fall (expect tears from me whoever that ends up being).