Yeah, sorry. This in no way features Destoroyah "prominently" nor does it paint him as an "end boss". They mention him when describing the film's plot and link him more with the Oxygen Destroyer than as his own separate monster.
Like I said, it focuses more on the impact of Godzilla's death and the process behind his last film.
And even if it did feature Destoroyah in the way you claimed it would, you're bonkers if you think the GA is going to remember them because of a few news segments and features from more than two decades ago.
That was a different clip from the one I watched here in Canada. Nice to see!
UltramanGoji, that seems like quite a disingenuous response on your part.
How does a news clip that features Destroyah, names him and shows him in multiple forms not feature him prominently? It feels like your response was intentionally dismissive because you'd rather not accept that valid proof of a claim was presented to you in a way that was hard to refute. He's clearly his own seperate monster because they actually show him as a monster... several times. They also mention that this monster would be the one tied to Godzillas second death. I'm not sure what more you'd need?
I'm also not concerned with general audiences. How popular was the MUTO? Did fans know what they were? Would a monster like Destroyah have more popularity or recognition than them? Has Destroyah ever been featured in any video games, toys or comics since that one appearance?
I get it, you want MechaGodzilla regardless if it makes sense so who knows? Maybe they'll s**t the bed and give you MG anyway and throw out the groundwork for the Legendary franchise. Anything is possible.