Godzilla Vs. Kong Trailer Is Out, And It Rocked The Internet

Godzilla Vs. Kong Trailer Is Out, And It Rocked The Internet

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The long-anticipated monster film will debut in theaters on March 26. The movie monster battle is believed will be epic, going by what’s seen in the newly-released trailer. The trailer is filled with classic lines, including hinting at a full-on behemoth battle headlined by Godzilla.

The long-anticipated monster film ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong will debut in theaters on March 26.

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Accordingly, the trailer featured how Kong and his protectors are searching to find his real home and how Kong made friends with an orphan child named Jia. Specifically, it started with a bang, showing debris launched onto buildings and citizens taking underground tunnels for protection following a massive disaster. 

The trailer is filled with classic lines, including hinting at a full-on behemoth battle between Kong and Godzilla

The trailer started with a bang, showing debris launched onto buildings

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King Kong appeared sedated while being transported on a military ship, and Geologist Nathan Lind, who stars as Alexandra Skarsgard, uttered: ‘This is our only chance. We have to take it!’ 44-Year-Old Nathan, who walked onto the ship’s deck where got to see the giant ape amid speaking to someone off-screen, added: ‘We need Kong, The world needs him to stop what’s coming.’ 

Geologist Nathan Lind, 44, who stars as Alexandra Skarsgard, said, ‘This is our only chance. We have to take it!’

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‘We need Kong, The world needs him to stop what’s coming.’ 

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Jia, played by Kaylee Hottle, was seen exiting a lined pathway with lush greenery, offering an arrowhead to a free Kong she was communicating with. In another scene, Godzilla’s back spikes were shown splitting through the ocean and into a military ship, where the frigate was cut in half. The monster then faces off with numerous fighter planes, and when they failed to subdue the creature, Kong was seen roaring into the ocean as it pushes Godzilla from the water. 

Jia, played by Kaylee Hottle, was seen exiting a lined pathway with lush greenery, offering an arrowhead to a free Kong

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In a scene, Godzilla’s back spikes were shown splitting through the ocean and into a military ship

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The giant lizard eventually climbed onto the deck of a ship, and Kong appeared to hit him with a vicious right hook, after which he shoulder-checks the monster back into the ocean. The military fired explosives into the water, but Godzilla shot back with a laser beam, and it narrowly misses Kong, who jumped off a ship’s deck. ‘Godzilla is out there, and he’s hurting people, and we don’t why.’ Cast member Kyle Chandler scarily said. 

‘Godzilla is out there, and he’s hurting people, and we don’t why’

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The military fired explosives into the water, but Godzilla shot back with a laser beam

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In the end, Godzilla fired a laser bolt at Kong, who deflected it with a weapon

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Fast forward to the end, Godzilla fired a laser bolt at Kong, who deflected it with a weapon. Nonetheless, the filming, which began in 2018, had been set for a May 2020 premiere but suffered several delays due to the COV1D-19 pandemic. On the other hand, the two monsters had previously faced off on-screen when they both appeared in the Japanese film Kong vs. Godzilla, released on August 11, 1962. 

Watch the trailer here: