Godzilla to fight similar-sized monsters in sequel


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Published:June 20, 2017 11:42 pm

Godzilla and King Kong – are going to engage in a titanic battle in a film called Godzilla vs Kong slated to be released in 2020. Both the films have been commercially successful and have carved out a huge fan base. Godzilla was directed by Gareth Edwards who is also known for 2016’s well received film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which is the first film in new Star Wars Anthology series. His directorial debut was, funnily enough, called Monsters, and released in 2010. Related News
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