Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures announced plans to develop a shared cinematic universe in October 2015. The writing room for the film was assembled in March 2017, and Wingard was hired to direct. Principal photography started in November 2018 in Hawaii, Australia, and Hong Kong, and will conclude in April 2019.
The film will be available in digital format wherever digital movies are sold. It will also be available on Movies Anywhere, owned by Disney, Warner’s chief competitor. In addition, the movie will be available on the Apple iTunes store, Google Play, and Amazon Prime. The studio is transferring its library to the service after closing Ultraviolet, which had previously carried the Godzilla library.
Godzilla vs. Kong will be the fourth movie in the MonsterVerse series, following Kong: Skull Island and Godzilla: King of Monsters. It is the 36th Godzilla movie and the 12th King Kong movie. It is set to hit theaters on November 20, 2020.
Godzilla vs Kong is an epic battle of titans that is sure to thrill audiences of all ages. The story centers around Kong and his defenders, who are unexpectedly thrust into Godzilla’s path as he cuts across the globe. Unseen forces are at work in this epic clash of titans. And this is just the beginning of the mystery that lies deep in the core of Earth.
Godzilla and Kong’s battle begins in a secret underground tunnel. During this process, Godzilla kills King Ghidorah. The final battle between the two monsters culminates in Godzilla’s victory. However, Kong’s death causes a series of consequences that the monsters must face.