If you were eagerly awaiting the arrival of Godzilla Vs. Kong in March next year... Well, there's some news. Warner Bros. has decided to move Adam Wingard's monster match-up back to 20 November, 2020.
The film, which sees the giant ape meeting the monstrous reptile in their first Hollywood encounter (they clashed in 1962's King Kong Vs. Godzilla, from 'Zilla home Toho Studios in Japan), was originally going to arrive in May next year, before the studio shifted it to March. There was talk of the new movie possibly shifting from WB chairman Toby Emmerich in June if this year: “I think that Godzilla vs. Kong will deliver for fans in a way they were looking for with King Of The Monsters," Emmerich said around a week after Monsters began its disappointing box office run. "But it might come out later in the year, so we can deliver an A+ movie."
Now we know that Wingard will indeed keep working on the new entry into the studio's monsterverse, which wrapped shooting in April. Godzilla Vs. Kong features Millie Bobby Brown, Eiza González, Alexander Skarsgård, Rebecca Hall, Lance Reddick, Kyle Chandler, Ziyi Zhang, Brian Tyree Henry and more.