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Godzilla Slaps Back In New Godzilla Vs. Kong Trailer

Godzilla Slaps Back In New Godzilla Vs. Kong Trailer

Godzilla is having none of it in the fresh trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong.

If it wasn’t for the coronavirus pandemic crushing the movie industry, Godzilla vs. Kong would be gearing to do some sort of beastly business next month at the box office.

With the current state across the globe, however, it’s not going to make as great a dent as it would otherwise have, because it’s going to be released concurrently on HBO Max on the same day as it reaches theaters. And that day, for those who are not aware, is March 31st (or March 26th internationally).

It’s only been a while, of course, that we actually got some clips from the movie, and it was definitely much appreciated.

In fact, fans had been calling for a teaser for months, expressing their frustration numerous times at the fact that Warner Bros. had conducted a few massive promotional activities without offering much at all, but they definitely replied in kind when the first trailer dropped a few weeks ago.

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And now, we’ve got another promo for Godzilla vs. Kong, and while it’s pretty close to what we’ve already seen, it’s got some new footage.

Screen Rant wrote:

Most notably, [it] shows another shot from the scene of Godzilla and Kong fighting atop the aircraft carriers. In this shot, Godzilla lands a punch right back at Kong, sending him flying off the ship.

Apart from this, plenty of what you see in the fresh trailer is going to feel completely familiar, but with Godzilla vs. Kong expected to march on the big screen and HBO Max later next month, anticipation levels are still at an all-time peak, and it’s doubtful that we’ll get a strong second trailer at this stage.

Expect a couple more spots, but they could likely be made up of video that’s already seen.

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That’s totally cool, however, because, on the basis of the sheer size of the spectacle, Godzilla vs. Kong seems like it’s going to deliver on a gigantic scale when it finally hits our screens.

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