Whereas Godzilla vs. Kong will undoubtedly settle who’s the true king of monsters, followers anticipating the Hollywood blockbuster custom of a post-credits scene organising a sequel can be left ready… form of.
Based on an interview at Syfy Wire, director Adam Wingard has stated that footage beforehand deliberate for a post-credits scene has as a substitute been used elsewhere within the movie.
“We truly shot a post-credits scene however then we ended up utilizing it within the film,” Wingard informed Syfy Wire. “[It was] a type of issues the place we shot it as one concept, and we bought into editorial and realized ‘we’d like a second at a sure level within the film,’ [so] we ended up taking that footage and utilizing it in a unique context within the film and it actually, actually labored for us.”
IGN gave Godzilla vs. Kong a seven out of 10, calling it a “becoming reunion” for 2 of cinema’s best titans. Whereas IGN’s reviewer Zaki Hasan says that the film options loads of monster-on-monster fight, Wingard says that future motion pictures may get even additional away from the human narratives that persist all through every franchise.
“If there’s a sequel, we will get much less right into a human storyline and extra of a hyper-realistic animated film type of vibe to those issues,” Wingard stated. “I believe we will begin leaning extra into the monsters.”
As for Godzilla vs. Kong, try our ending defined for extra on that entrance.
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Joseph Knoop is a author/producer/Ghidora fanboy for IGN.