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Godzilla to fight similar-sized monsters in sequel

Spin-off of 2014's tremendously fruitful creature film Godzilla is in works and the eponymous beast will battle three comparable god-sized beasts – Mothra, Rodan, and Ghidorah, as per a joint-public statement by Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures. Both the Godzilla movies are a piece of the bigger MonsterVerse – an anecdotal universe which flourishes with beasts having supernatural powers and size. 

While 2014's Godzilla kick-began the universe, the current year's Kong: Skull Island conveyed it forward. Both the movies have been economically fruitful and have cut out a gigantic fan base. Furthermore, both the MonsterVerse beasts – Godzilla and King Kong – will take part in a titanic fight in a film called Godzilla versus Kong slated to be discharged in 2020. MonsterVerse movies have introduced careless obliteration and inconceivably high-scale fights between goliath creatures. 

Godzilla was coordinated by Gareth Edwards who is likewise known for 2016's generally welcomed film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which is the principal film in new Star Wars Anthology arrangement. His directorial make a big appearance was, entertainingly enough, called Monsters, and discharged in 2010. The continuation is composed and coordinated by Michael Dougherty who is known for frightfulness drama Krampus. 

The official statement portrayed the film along these lines: The new story takes after the chivalrous endeavors of the crypto-zoological office Monarch as its individuals go head to head against a battery of god-sized creatures, including the relentless Godzilla, who crashes into Mothra, Rodan, and his definitive foe, the three-headed King Ghidorah. At the point when these antiquated super-species—thought to be insignificant myths—rise once more, they all compete for amazingness, leaving humankind's exceptionally presence remaining in a critical state.

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