Godzilla: King of the Monsters | New TV Spot Divulges the Existence of 17 Monsters
The latest TV Spot for Michael Dougherty’s monster sequel reveals the presence of seventeen titans
We are just weeks away from the biggest monster showdown of the year when Michael Dougherty’s blockbuster sequel, Godzilla: King of the Monsters being unleashed upon the box office and excitement is already building in anticipation for what looks set to be a colossal rollercoaster ride of mayhem and destruction.
Although, the greatest monster in cinema history is waiting in the wings to face off against Godzilla next summer in Godzilla Vs. Kong, the mighty Kaiju has a date with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah when King of the Monsters smashes its way across cinema screens next month. These three colossal titans represent the toughest challenge the mighty lizard has ever faced and yet, the latest TV Spot has revealed the presence of up to seventeen monsters who are either dormant or concealed in the deepest recess of the earth. Check out the TV Spot below:
This new TV Spot, aside from being a visual treat for the eyes all but confirms that Michael Dougherty’s sequel will deliver on its promise and give its audience the biggest clash of the monsters ever to be put on film. The previous instalment directed by Rogue One: A Star Wars Story director Gareth Edwards, was a character-driven reboot designed to restore Godzilla to prominence. Given the carnage revealed in the recent trailers and TV Spots, it’s safe to assume that Dougherty has gone all out to deliver a movie, unlike anything we have ever seen before.
Bring on the mayhem.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters smashes its way onto our screens on May 31st.
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