Popcorn With Zenger: ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’ Exposes The Problem With Cinematic Universes Colliding

  By Jacob Smith Audience excitement for “Godzilla vs. Kong” depends on how long they’ve been waiting to see two CGI giants battling on the big screen.


Back in March 2010, Legendary Pictures announced its acquisition of the Godzilla license to bring the King of the Monsters back to the big screen. Following the success of 2012’s “Marvel’s The Avengers,” the idea of a potential monster movie universe picked up steam and moved forward following the 2014 release of “Godzilla.” The film wasn’t a massive success, but it was good enough for Warner Bros. to move to the next stage — bringing back King Kong in 2017’s “Kong: Skull Island.” But with the release of 2019’s “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” it became clear that...

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Apr 2nd 2021
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