‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ trailer
Even a pandemic cannot hinder the smack of two giant icons.
The fighters were selected, you simply have to determine on the screen: the theaters and streams are “Godzilla vs. Kong” (HBO Max 26th March). The first trailer, released Sunday, teases the numerous strokes between two favorite film monsters – in a properly epic style.
This pair of beasts met earlier but never in a such blockbuster fashion and with a modern impact, especially in the King Kong vs. Godzilla’s of 1963. And as it turns out, this movie fantasy has also a story: a chained Kong is transported across the sea to search his real place on the adventure of director Adam Wingard.
The only man the big man can communicate with is a young orphaned child named Jia (Kaylee Hottle): he has formed a close friendship, seen in the trailer with a kid and an infant with the barely touching fingertips. “We need Kong, but the world does not need to interrupt what is coming,” said Nathan Lind, geologist from Kong (Alexander Skarsgard).
Things are moving sideways easily. Godzilla floating around the sea and smashed a ship in half explosively, fighter jets rattling around Godzilla’s backs and tossing them from the sky with fire missile on the mighty dorsal plates of his ring. Kong rocks at the bottom of the underwater and Godzilla gets aboard to start breaking everything, diving onto the car, dealing with Kong until he is rocked with a right hook by the dictator. All to a groove in the hip-hopping anthem “Here We Go.” Chris Classic’s hip-hop anthem. Godzilla sinks into bottom, then snaps his atomic breath on the ship and leaves Kong to leap for his life.
The first video of the forthcoming film even teases a broader mythology surrounding Godzilla and Kong, who appear to be the only creatures to be standing after an ancient battle, and they wander the streets of a neon metropolis, including a section where Kong sloughs off Godzilla’s flame-throwing breath and falls down on his noggin with a massive barbaric hammer.
Not saying who’s going to win, but Ilene Andrews (Rebecca Hall), one of the really big gorilla crew, has a favorite: “Kong bows to no one.”