by DuongApt at 2 minutes ago
It seems that a surprise character may be making an unlikely return in Halloween Kills. We are going to say right up top that those who wish to avoid anything that might be considered a spoiler for the movie should turn back now. That having been said, an incredibly important character from the history of the franchise is said to be in the upcoming sequel, which raises questions about what exactly is going to go down.

Again, those who want to avoid spoilers should turn back now. According to a new report, none other than Dr. Loomis will be making an appearance in Halloween Kills. No details regarding how the character fits into the plot were revealed. But the most likely option would be a flashback. It was also rumored that Loomis would make his return following a test screening that reportedly took place in Los Angeles.

Director David Gordon Green, who is returning for the sequel, had originally intended to shoot a supposedly elaborate flashback sequence in 2018's Halloween that didn't end up happening. Perhaps the idea of flashbacks will be revisited for the follow-up which will allow Loomis to return. Dr. Sam Loomis first appeared in John Carpenter's original 1978 horror classic, as portrayed by the late Donald Pleasence. The actor reprised the role several times, with his final appearance coming in 1995's The Curse of Michael Myers. Loomis is a hugely important character as Michael Myers was one of his patients.

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The 2018 movie rebooted the franchise by throwing out every single sequel. It was established that Loomis died. But the character made a voice cameo at one point with a recording of Loomis discussing Myers being played on a tape recorder. Tom Kane provided the voice for the cameo. With Pleasance no longer with us. That would mean another actor would have to be brought in to play the part. That could get tricky and it would be interesting to see how the filmmakers pull it off. Perhaps some CGI trickery will be employed? The other thing to consider is that bringing Loomis back would probably be for a good purpose. Which opens up all sorts of room to speculate.

Plot details are being kept under wraps for now but co-writer Scott Teems previously told us that it will be "bigger, badder" and "meaner". We also recently learned that the movie will be taking us back to the Myers house. Blumhouse has plans for another sequel as well, Halloween Ends, which is set to conclude this version of the franchise. Halloween Kills is currently set to hit theaters on October 16. That date, however, is in question to some degree as the ongoing theatrical shutdown in the U.S. has left many major releases in flux until things settle down a bit. We'll be sure to keep you posted as any further details are made available. This news comes to us via Dark Universe.
by DuongApt at 2 minutes ago
Those who grew up reading X-Men comics or watching Hugh Jackman bring Wolverine to life on the big screen for the better part of decades have probably thought it would be cool to have a set of claws capable of cutting through anything that can be deployed at will. But until humans begin to develop genetic mutations, that isn't going to happen. However, a YouTuber has made a pair of Wolverine claws that are probably as close to the real thing as we are ever likely to see. They may not be able to cut through anything, but they are strong enough to bust apart concrete.

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James Hobson, aka the Hacksmith, recently uploaded a video in honor of his YouTube channel's 11th anniversary. Hobson regularly tries to recreate seemingly unrealistic items from pop culture as realistically as possible. His first build was a pair of metal Wolverine claws. To commemorate the occasion, he decided to make a new pair of claws with a different twist. This time, Hobson aimed to create a set that look more like Wolverine's actual bone claws before the Weapon X program covered his bones in adamantium.

The video showcases the entire process of making the claws. Hobson does use metal to craft them. But shapes them to appear like bone, while also giving them a finish that completes the look. They look quite a bit like Wolverine's claws from X-Men Origins: Wolverine. While the movie itself is maligne by fans. It does give us a glimpse at the character's powers before volunteering for William Stryker's program.

Once the claws are complete, James Hobson puts on a Wolverine outfit and begins having some fun. At first, it's just slashing apart produce and other relatively easy to destroy items. He then, however, proceeds to test out the weapons on a concrete wall that is set up in his shop. Without injuring his wrists, Hobson is able to punch through the blocks using the claws, seemingly with ease. It is pretty impressive. And also dangerous, which is probably why the video itself comes with a pretty significant disclaimer. These things are straight-up dangerous.

Wolverine was create by Len Wein, Roy Thomas and John Romita Sr.. Making his debut in the pages of The Incredible Hulk #180 in 1974. In no small part thanks to Hugh Jackman's legendary run as the character in the movies, he one of the most popular characters in the Marvel Comics canon. Jackman retired the role following the release of 2017's Logan. Last year, thanks to the Disney/Fox merger, the X-Men movie rights reverted to Marvel Studios. The franchise will be rebooted within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which means the role will probably be recast in the not-too-distant future. Be sure to check out the full video from the Hacksmith YouTube channel.
by Thierry at Yesterday, 04:03 PM
HCM City — Vietnamese pop idol Sơn Tùng M-TP’s documentary film Sky Tour Movie will be released in cinemas nationwide this month.

The movie features Tùng during his concert tour, Sky Tour, including three shows in HCM City, Đà Nẵng and Hà Nội in July and August last year, which drew thousands of guests.

The film shows Tùng and his staff preparing for and finishing the tour with support from their friends, and Việt Nam’s leading underground artists and music producers, such as Justatee, Kimmese, and DJ Onionn.
Tùng is interviewed in the film.

Tùng, who was the organiser, producer and concept maker for his concert tour last year, mentions in the trailer for the Sky Tour Movie that “Sky Tour is my youth, my enthusiasm, my passion”.
The trailer was released on May 31, attracting more than 916,400 viewers in 19 hours.

Born in 1994 in Thái Bình Province, Tùng began his professional career in HCM City in 2011 and quickly became a breakout star in the music industry.

His latest single Hãy Trao Cho Anh (Give It to Me), a Latin and hip-hop song composed by the singer and mixed by Vietnamese DJ Onionn, was released on July 1, featuring award-winning American rapper and producer Snoop Dogg on the music video.

According to Google, the MV was the world’s most-viewed music video for seven days on YouTube, with 70 million views.

His other MVs, including Lạc TrôiChạy Ngay ĐiNơi Này Có Anh (I’m Here) and Chúng Ta Không Thuộc Về Nhau (We Don't Belong Together), have earned over 100 million views on YouTube, making him the year’s most popular artist in the country.

He won the Young Promising Actor award for the leading part, his first role as an actor, in Wepro Entertainment’s musical Chàng Trai Năm Ấy (Dandelion) at the 2015 Golden Kite Awards from the Việt Nam Cinematography Association.

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In 2017, he won the award Best Solo Release of 2017 presented by SBS PopAsia, an Australian music radio programme that broadcasts 24/7 Asian pop hits online and on radio.
Sky Tour Movie will premiere on June 12. 
by DuongApt at Yesterday, 03:22 PM
Marvel's WandaVision is reportedly going to complete reshoots in July. The upcoming Disney+ series initially wrapped principal photography back in March. Before the world's current state of affairs shut down the entertainment industry. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier had not wrapped production at the time and had to postpone everything. It is unclear if that show will also go back next month to finish up whatever is left to complete. Regardless, Disney+ and Marvel Studios seem adamant to get both shows launched on time this year.

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The news comes from the Tampa Bay Comic Convention, which is presumably going forward with their normal event in July. WandaVision star Paul Bettany was scheduled to appear and has had to cancel. San Diego Comic-Con and other conventions have already cancelled and announced virtual events this year to properly follow safety guidelines. Whatever the case may be Florida seems intent on getting everything back to normal in short order. You can read their statement in regard to Paul Bettany's canceled appearance below.

Quote:"We finally received word from Paul Bettany's representation, and unfortunately Paul had to cancel his appearance at TBCC this year due being called back by Disney for WandaVision filming in July, in Los Angeles. We're working on guest additions!"

Adding to the WandaVision reshoot news is the speculation that American Horror Story and X-Men star Evan Peters has been cast in a mystery role. Marvel fans are more than likely hoping that he'll be playing Quicksilver in the series. But that seems unlikely, even as the show features a surreal, dream-like style. Whatever the case may be, it seems that Marvel Studios is ready to get back to work on the Disney+ series.

WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany who play Wanda Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch, and Vision, respectively. In addition, Kat Dennings and Randall Park are returning to their Marvel Cinematic Universe roles. While Teyonah Parris is playing an older version of Monica Rambeau. The character was first introduced as the young daughter of Maria Rambeau in 2019's Captain Marvel. It's unclear who Evan Peters will be playing, and the same can be said for Kathryn Hahn. Hopefully will have some more news in the coming weeks if the show goes into reshoot mode.

WandaVision is set in the 1950s and the show looks truly bizarre from the small amount of footage we've been treated to. The series blends the style of classic sitcoms with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision-two super-powered beings living their ideal suburban lives-begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. Matt Shakman will direct the show with Jac Schaeffer on board as head writer. The Tampa Bay Comic Convention Facebook account was the first to reveal that WandaVision was going back for additional photography this summer. You can check out the announcement below.
by DuongApt at Yesterday, 09:43 AM
Picture the scene. It is autumn. The leaves are well on the turn, lending a welcome splash of colour to the iron grey skies. A faint smell of mulch sweetens the air. And it is raining. Again.

Mama likes this kind of weather. Well, she would, she is British. And every now and again she remembers that it is perfectly possible to put on some wellies and waterproofs and go into the big outdoors to admire the change of seasons. Mama was this close to ordering us out to prance around a botanical garden and look at trees.

But we are in Russia now. Rain means staying indoors and staring at the sky mournfully. Unlike minus ten and knee deep snow, obviously. That’s for sledging, gleefully, all afternoon.

Plus, we had only just recovered from the annual back to school virus. Mama’s native affinity with the water that falls out of the 
sky wars with her latter day training in draft avoidance and the need to swaddle any illness in seventeen layers of wool and cover it in mustard plasters.

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Jackie Chan (Thanh Long) in Journey To China: The Mystery of Iron Mask

And so she looked at the cinema listings and was lost.

Because Viy 2 was on.

Now, Mama has seen Viy. A version of Viy. The only Soviet horror film ever made of the Gothic horror story by satirical Gothic horror master, Nikolai Gogol, in fact. It hadn’t led her to believe she might need to go to the very next showing of this film, especially at premium rate prices.

But Viy 2 is less a Soviet horror film and more of what you might call an AngloRusski-Chinese martial arts mashup.
It’s got both Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jackie Chan in it. And much to Mama’s surprise, they have more than brief cameos. I mean, they aren’t the lead characters, but they do fight each other. At some length. In the Tower of London. Apparently this is their first ever fight sequence together. There’s a whole joke about it. That and Genghis Khan’s helmet.

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The film is nominally about a British cartographer who gets sent out east from the Russian court in Moscow to map China. As you do. The tenuous connection with the original story is that it is the same British cartographer from the 2014 Viy who encountered the supernatural in a small Eastern European village (that was an AngloRusski-Ukranian production. Mama looks forward to Viy 3 and the combination that produces).

Once past the Great Wall of China, after a lengthy trek across snowbound Russia in a pimped out carriage (which we recently saw at the MosFilm Studio in the flesh), our mapmaker gets caught up in dragons, peasant rebellions, flying machines made of umbrellas, steampunk warriors, and not fewer than four fighting Chinese princesses, among sundry plucky children, BFFs and honourable triplets. Mama didn’t recognise any of the actors here, which just goes to show that she really needs to check out more Chinese cinema. Young and exceedingly limber was her overall impression.

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Meanwhile, converging on China from another direction, we have Alexander Dumas, Peter the Great, a boatload of Russian sailors, and a cross dressing British lady aristocrat, played by an actress from Yekaterinburg who speaks four languages fluently, and is a master of fencing, motorbikes, horse riding and jet skis.

Although once she is outed as a woman, she does tend towards fewer greatcoats and more revealing buxomy swashbuckling attire. Mama is uncertain if she really approves of this, and also questions the truly hideous outfit they stuck the character in at the beginning too. But on the other hand, she might have been blond, but she wasn’t young, so this gets points. Particularly as her cartographer husband is also getting on a bit. He’s played by Jason Flemyng, otherwise known as him out of Lock, Stock… and didn’t he also do League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (underrated, in Mama’s opinion)?

This, incidentally, pretty much is the plot of Viy 2 in its entirety. Except for the business about how dragons’ eyelashes are responsible for really good tea. And the appearance of both Rutgar Hauer and Charles Dance. And Peter the Great steering a ship through a storm, and the small cute flying monster.

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Make no mistake, it was marvellously, wonderfully, gloriously silly. Highly recommended. Not least because seeing multiple characters from multiple cultures and/or nationalities represented more or less equally on screen was something of a novelty.

No idea if it is coming to English language cinemas near you any time soon. If it is look out for it under one of the myriad names it seems to be known as. As well as Viy 2, you can find it called The Journey to China: the Mystery of the Iron Mask (Long An Co Mat); Return to the Forbidden Kingdom; and in Russia it is currently billed as the Mystery of the Dragon Seal. Apparently it’s been ready to roll for a year but got into censorship trouble in China. Which took a while to sort out.

This is a shame as there is great potential for our hero to mapmake his way round the whole world, and Mama for one would be very up for an AngloRusski-Bollywood combination. Momentum has probably been irrecoverably lost, however.

Here, in any case, is the trailer for the Mystery of the Forbidden Viy Kingdom Iron Dragon Seal Mask which lured Mama into spending more than 1000 roubles on matinee cinema tickets. And it is in English!
by DuongApt at 06-04-2020, 03:58 PM
As if there wasn’t enough to worry about right now, don’t forget that it’s tornado season. And since there aren’t any new blockbusters hitting theaters. There’s no better time to take a look at Twister, one of the biggest hits of 1996.

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Tornadoes are destructive cyclones that can tear apart entire buildings. but before they form, there’s just some regular old weather in the sky, doppler radars to check, and wind to stare at. Seriously, how did Twister make storm chasing so exciting? It seems by having a ragtag ensemble cast and a lot of weather jargon. The Twister Honest Trailer breaks it all down below.

Twister Honest Trailer

I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that fact that Twister made storm chasing look so fun that a small group of elementary school kids in northwest Indiana learned everything they could about tornadoes and aspired to be one of the crazies chasing after them. How do I know that? Because one of those little nerds was me. Of course, Jurassic Park also made me want to be a paleontologist, and Apollo 13 made me want to be an astronaut. But here I am, writing about movies like a dork.

I’s available now to watch on Netflix. It’s the most fun to watch in a theater, but since you can’t do that, maybe you can create a makeshift outdoor movie night with a projector and a sheet. Make a double feature out of it and watch The Shining too. You won’t regret it.
by DuongApt at 06-04-2020, 03:56 PM
Color Out of Space, an H.P. Lovecraft adaptation featuring one of the craziest of Nicolas Cage‘s crazy performances, is headed to Shudder. The horror streaming service just snapped up the streaming rights to the Richard Stanley-directed pic. As well as the rights to the vampire movie The Shed. Directed by Frank Sabatella.

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I say this every time I write up something related to Shudder. But here I go again: if you’re not subscribed to Shudder yet, you really should be. Especially if you’re a horror fan. Not only is it very affordable ($5.99 a month), it’s also loaded with fantastic horror content. Classics, new films, originals – it’s all there, ready for your viewing pleasure. On top of that, new members can enjoy 30-days free with the promo code SHUTIN when signing up at

And now, the service is adding two more reasons to join. Color Out of Space is adapted from the H.P. Lovecraft story of the same name, and marks the return of director Richard Stanley. A filmmaker whose career went off the rails when he was hired to direct The Island of Dr. Moreau. In Color Out of Space, “a meteorite lands in the front yard of Nathan Gardner’s (Nicolas Cage) farm. He and his family find themselves battling a mutant extraterrestrial organism that infects their minds and bodies, transforming their quiet rural life into a living nightmare.”

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Nicolas Cage gets a lot of attention for his whacked-out performances. And I have to say, his work in Space has him going Full Cage. He’s dialed up to 11 here, going out of his friggin’ mind as a man afflicted by alien forces. As I wrote in my review. “The comedy comes almost entirely from Cage, who appears to be acting in a completely different movie than everyone else. As the meteorite unleashes all sorts of alien toxicity into the air and slowly drives the family insane. It’s Cage’s Nathan who goes the craziest, which means we get to watch scene after scene of Cage screaming about alpacas, peaches, his father, hospitals, bad 
smells, and more.

The crazier his character gets, the more out-there Cage becomes, often using the same goofy voice he employed as the yuppie bloodsucker in Vampire’s Kiss.” And as /Film Managing Editor Jacob Hall added: “It’s the kind of swing-for-the-fences performance that defines modern Cage. Something so big that it’ll elicit chuckles from some but so earnest that you can’t argue with his decisions.”

In The Shed, “Stan (Jay Jay Warren) and his best friend Dommer (Cody Kostro) have put up with bullies their entire lives. All of that changes when Stan discovers he has a murderous vampire living in his shed. Seeing the bloodshed and destruction the monster is capable of. Stan knows he has to find a way to destroy it. But Dommer has a much more sinister plan in mind.”

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I’ve yet to see The Shed, but reviewing the movie at the Sitges Film Festival. So Rafael Motamayor wrote: “The Shed walks a fine line between real life horror and an entertaining popcorn flick, building a deeply personal story about bullying and inherited trauma.”

“We’re thrilled to be bringing Shudder members Stanley’s masterful adaptation of one of H.P. Lovecraft’s most influential stories. As well as another unforgettable Nicolas Cage performance. And Sabatella’s inventive new take on the vampire genre,” said Shudder General Manager Craig Engler. “The first half of 2020 has been the most successful in Shudder history, and these two great films will be part of an already-strong second half of the year, alongside titles like Scare Package, The Beach House, La Llorona, Scare Me and our upcoming original documentary on the history of Queer Horror.” This news comes from
by DuongApt at 06-04-2020, 03:46 PM
The Walking Dead comic ended its legendary run last year and cemented its place in the history books as perhaps one of the biggest hits the medium has ever produced. Created by Robert Kirkman, the series has gone on to become a multimedia franchise with no end in sight. But going back a handful of years, it seems Kirkman managed to sneak in a little crossover with the Marvel universe that few people noticed.

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This dates back to The Walking Dead issue #123. The issue was published in 2014 and was part nine in the All Out War storyline. Negan's Survivors were getting ready for a brawl with Rick and his group. One particular panel sees Negan, who has been brought to life by Jeffrey Dean Morgan on the show, rallying his troops. Most of them are holding guns. But one bald member of the group, standing dead center right in front, is holding a hammer. A hammer that looks suspiciously like Thor's hammer Mjolnir.

Thor has become one of the most popular characters in the Marvel Comics canon, thanks to his appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Chris Hemsworth playing the God of Thunder. Mjolnir has had a strong presence, both in the comics and the MCU, for years. The mighty weapon can only be wielded by one deemed worthy of its power. For example, Captain America was also able to use the hammer, as we saw in Avengers: Endgame. That raises all sorts of interesting questions about this bald man and his potential worthiness.

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Robert Kirkman had previously done some work with Marvel, writing on Ultimate X-Men and Irredeemable Ant-Man. But it's his work on the beloved Marvel Zombies that makes this little Mjolnir cameo all the more interesting. Kirkman was behind the five-issue limited series, which was published between 2005 and 2006, which brought us a vision of the Marvel universe filled to the brim with the undead. Granted, this isn't an official crossover. But given Kirkman's work with zombies in both universes. It makes for something of a fun little Easter egg, at the very least.

At present, The Walking Dead is waiting to air its delayed season 10 finale, with the new spin-off. World Beyond, also awaiting a new premiere date. The flagship show has also been renewed for season 11. With Fear the Walking Dead season 6 set to debut this summer. On the Marvel side, Thor: Love and Thunder will bring Chris Hemsworth back to the role once more, with the movie currently set to hit theaters in February 2022. Those interested in checking out The Walking Dead #123 in its entirety can pick up the issue via Image Comics.
by DuongApt at 06-04-2020, 03:45 PM
An especially precocious teenage girl engages in a brutal game of hide and seek with white supremacists. Becky takes the Home Alone concept and runs it through a meat grinder. The film is gruesome as hell, but not mindless gore. The ultra realistic violence reflects the savagery of the characters. Becky has a will for survival and vengeance. The antagonists discover that their seemingly hapless prey is no pushover.

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Becky (Lulu Wilson) has trouble adjusting to her mother's death. Her father, Jeff (Joel McHale), checks her out of school early for an impromptu vacation. They are going to visit their lake house for the first time in a year. Becky ignores her dad during the drive. He has something to say, but she doesn't want to listen. Becky plays with her dogs, turns up the radio; anything to avoid having a meaningful conversation.

Jeff's girlfriend (Amanda Brugel) and her young son (Isaiah Rockcliffe) await them at the lake house. Becky is distraught by their presence. She storms off to her tree fort in a huff, just missing a dangerous visitor. Dominick (Kevin James) is a Neo-Nazi gang leader. He, his hulking lieutenant, Apex (Robert Maillet), and two other racist disciples have escaped from prison. Years of planning have led to this point. The couple and their children will not stand in Dominick's way. Becky must defend her family while outwitting the merciless intruders.

The plot is simple, but intense. Becky jumps headfirst into conflict. An adolescent's spat is quickly overtaken by the harrowing hostage scene. The stakes become apparent early. The baddies make a statement to show they mean business. Their initial crimes are so ghastly, they set the stage for a cruel escalation. The audience can sense their comeuppance will be severe.

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Available this weekend at home on streaming PVOD, Becky is not for the squeamish. There are highly disturbing scenes of torture and abuse. The situation devolves into a bloody tit for tat. Dominick, a vile bully and manipulator, tries to cow Becky. She's just a frightened girl. How much trouble could she be? The answer is devastating. There's a great scene where Becky's emotional turmoil turns into ferocious resolve. She becomes an almost primal creature.

Kevin James goes completely against type as a truly despicable villain. It's refreshing to see such a beloved, family-oriented comedian take an acting risk. Dominick is a fanatical true believer. Covered in Nazi tattoos, he spouts supremacist ideology while inflicting awful pain. He and Becky, oddly enough, are the perfect adversaries. Becky earns Dominick's respect. She descends to his level, then proves to be just as deadly. Lulu Wilson gets her hands dirty, and takes a few lumps along the way. No one comes out unscathed in this film.

Becky is a dark escapist adventure with sleek editing, a gritty techno score, and macabre make-up effects. Becky packs a sanguineous wallop. Action and horror fans will be delighted. Yale Productions, BondIt Media Capital, and SSS Entertainment are the primary producers. Becky will be released nationally at drive-in theaters, and on demand June 5th from Quiver Distribution.
by DuongApt at 06-04-2020, 03:38 PM
Godzilla Vs Kong has officially earned a PG-13 rating. The upcoming entry in Warner Bros. and Legendary's so-called MonsterVerse is currently set to arrive later this year. It will see the current version of Godzilla, who we first met in 2014, squaring off against King Kong, who we were introduced to in 2017's Kong: Skull Island. The good news is, they won't be skimping on the violence and destruction.

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The Motion Picture Association of America recently handed out its official rating for Godzilla vs. Kong. Per the MPAA, the movie has been rated PG-13 for "intense sequences of creature violence/destruction and brief language." That sounds in line with what we have come to expect from these movies over the last handful of years. It doesn't provide us with any meaty new information. But it does signify that the movie is fully complete and in the can. Now it's just a matter of when it will end up hitting theaters, which is possibly up in the air.

The movie was originally supposed to hit theaters in March. However, Warner Bros. decided to delay it to November 20, which is where things stand presently. Movie theaters have been closed in the U.S. and across much of the world for months. It's expected that theaters will begin reopening this month, but what remains to be seen is how many people will show up at the box office. Warner Bros. has been taking a wait and see approach with Tenet, the latest from Christopher Nolan, which is currently set to hit theaters on July 17. November is a long way off, but a lot could happen between now and then. Some circumstantial evidence surrounding the release of a promotional art book has suggested that Godzilla vs. Kong might be pushed to May 2021.

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Last year saw the release of Godzilla: King of the Monsters, which was the long-awaited follow-up to 2014's Godzilla. It received a tepid response from critics and earned a less-than-stellar $386 million at the global box office. Godzilla vs. Kong with pick up with Monarch as the organization embarks on a dangerous mission into uncharted terrain as they unearth clues to the Titans' origins. A human conspiracy is revealed that threatens to wipe the creatures from the face of the earth forever.

Adam Wingard (Blair Witch) directed the movie. Millie Bobby Brown and Kyle Chandler will be reprising their roles from King of the Monsters. New cast members include Julian Dennison, Brian Tyree Henry, Demian Bichir, Alexander Skarsgard, Eisa Gonzalez, Jessica Henwick, Rebecca Hall and Lance Reddick. While much of the story has been kept under wraps, some toy reveals and Easter eggs have pointed to another classic creation from the Toho monster canon will be joining in on the action this time around. We'll be sure to keep you posted as further details are made available.
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