We all know that a sequel to 2021’s Godzilla Vs. Kong is in the making and it has come to light now that the film’s shooting has begun in Australia. The information was leaked through a news report from 7NEWS Brisbane in Australia. The footage from the set shows a staple Godzilla movie setup where people are running for their lives seeing something come out of the ocean. The voice in the footage has instructions asking the actors to look at the sea and run away.
Not much is known about the upcoming Godzilla Vs. Kong sequel. All we know is Adam Wingard will be returning to direct the film and that Dan Stevens has been cast in a currently undisclosed role. The studio hasn’t even disclosed the writing team of the film.
Beyond the upcoming sequel, there is also a pair of shows set in the MonsterVerse on the way. The first is an animated series for Netflix titled Skull Island, which is expected to expand the myth surrounding everyone’s favourite giant gorilla. The other is an untitled live-action series for Apple TV+ that is set in the aftermath of 2014’s Godzilla and recently cast Kurt Russell and Wyatt Russell in starring roles. Neither show has a release date announced.
The sequel for Godzilla Vs. Kong is scheduled to hit theatres on March 15, 2024.