Godzilla vs. Kong

Japan Release: 2021
Running Time:
113 minutes

Godzilla vs. Kong


Japanese Title

ゴジラ vs コング
[Gojira vs Kongu]

Distributor: Production:

Toho
Legendary Entertainment / Warner Bros.

In 2024, Godzilla appears in Pensacola, Florida and attacks a Apex Cybernetics facility. The incident causes humanity to revaluate if Godzilla is truly friendly toward civilization. Meanwhile, Kong is kept at a secure location on Skull Island. However, fear mounts that the area can no longer sustain the now gigantic titan. Former Monarch member Nathan Lind, at the behest of Apex Cybernetics, convinces them to relocate the beast. The proposed location: the Hollow Earth. Nathan's brother had previously ventured there, although perished during the trip. Apex Cybernetics is interested for the resources available at the Hollow Earth. Both see Kong as the key for leading them safely there. However, Monarch fears that if Kong is removed from Skull Island that Godzilla will sense him. This, they fear, will lead to the two titans battling, attempting to assert themselves as alpha titan...

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Titles

International Title

Godzilla vs. Kong

Initial US Title

Godzilla vs. Kong
US Distributor: Warner Bros. (2021) / Time: 113 Minutes

Alternate Titles

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Monsters



Staff

Cast

Directed by Adam Wingard
Writing credits Eric Pearson Max Borenstein, Terry Rossio, Michael Dougherty, Zach Shields
Produced by Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Brian Rogers, Mary Parent, Alex Garcia, Eric McLeod
Executive Producer Yoshimitsu Banno, Kenji Okuhira, Jay Ashenfelter, Herbert Gains, Dan Lin
Music by Tom Holkenborg
Cinematography by Ben Seresin
Film Editing by Josh Schaeffer
Production Design by Tom Hammock, Owen Paterson
Assistant Director Ashley Douglass, Chiquita Mitchell
Nathan Lind Alexander Skarsgard
Madison Russell Millie Bobby Brown
Ilene Andrews Rebecca Hall
Bernie Hayes Brian Tyree Henry
Ren Serizawa Shun Oguri
Maya Simmons Eiza Gonzalez
Josh Valentine Julian Dennison
Jia, Iwi Native Kaylee Hottle
Mark Russell Kyle Chandler
Walter Simmons Demian Bichir
Monarch Director Lance Reddick
Wilcox, Admiral Hakeem Kae-Kazim
Jay Wayne Ronny Chieng

Posters


Toho Stock Footage


Background and Trivia

  • The movie's United States and worldwide release was pushed back numerous times due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. At various points the film was planned to release on May 22nd, 2020, November 20th, 2020, and then finally May 21st, 2021. After announced that Godzilla vs. Kong would go to theaters at the same time as HBO Max, and following a new agreement between Warner Bros. and Legendary, the title shifted upward to March 26th, 2021. This was later moved to March 31st, 2021.