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First Look At ‘Godzilla V.S. Kong’ Revealed

CCXP in Brazil has been off to a hot-start this weekend and it only seems to be getting hotter. Less than two-weeks from the announced release date delay of March 13th, 2020 to November 20th, 2020, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have now released their very first look of the highly-anticipated Godzilla V.S Kong to the crowd in attendance, and the fans at home can have their first, albeit low-quality, leak still from the film showcasing the two titans going at it atop of an aircraft carrier. The still and clip were provided by Mosho.

https://twitter.com/moshosite/status/1203773816943579137

The image came in motion during a sizzle reel of many of WB’s upcoming film slate for the remaining of 2019 and the year of 2020 such as 2020’s Scoob!, and while the clip is quick and easy to miss, a few details can be taken into consideration; despite being confirmed by many of the cast and crew that worked on the film, Kong has grown to Godzilla’s size and the fact that it appears the fight might have a globalized feel to it given the scenario of Godzilla and Kong fighting on an aircraft carrier.

This builds on the scenarios many fans noticed during the credit roll sequence in 2019’s Godzilla: King Of The Monsters, which showed human interest and titan activity headed towards the setting of 2017’s Kong: Skull Island, Skull Island, which in itself is the setting for the original King Kong films and a montage to what became Monster Island during the Showa and Heisei era for Toho Pictures.

What do you believe is going to happen with the two titans based on what we have seen? Let us know in the comments below!

Godzilla V.S Kong is set for release on November 20th, 2020, is Directed by Adam Wingard, and stars Millie Bobby Brown, Julian Dennison, Alexander Skarsgard, and Kyle Chandler.

Written by Chris Nugent

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