Appearing different from his predecessor, directed by Gareth Edwards, Godzilla’s sequel under the direction of Michael Dougherty is arguably ready to appear exclusively in terms of action monster. How not, in the film titled Godzilla: King of Monsters, the character of the title is not only dealing with one monster like in the first film, but three monsters at once which includes Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah.
After not long ago Godzilla 2 released a new trailer that showed a glimpse of the battle of the giants, Dougherty also opened his voice about how he executed the duel anticipated by the monster lovers. Aware of the state of the film which is filled with many monsters, Dougherty signals Godzilla 2 will be faster grooved, and most importantly, fighting monsters in this film will be presented all-out.
“We have many monsters (in Godzilla 2). In my opinion, Gareth (Edwards) likes to take the rat and cat approach, and I like the slow groove that he builds. But in this film we will not be half-hearted. There is no term of restraint (in Godzilla 2), “Dougherty said to Total Film regarding his approach to working on the third film of MonsterVerse. Referring to Dougherty’s explanation, we can expect Godzilla’s fight against the monsters to ravage the entire city to the ground. A Titan class duel that is not only epic, but certainly also destructive.
Set five years after the first film released in 2014, this sequel is ready to present the “battle royale” of monsters, where Godzilla will fight in a powerful duel involving Rodan, Mothra and the three-headed dragon King Ghidorah. The story itself will highlight the monarch’s heroic actions as their members face the four giant monsters. The fate of humanity is threatened when all these monsters come to the surface, and fight it out in order to be the strongest.