Here Is Why You Need To See Godzilla: King of Monsters In Theatres

There are no film franchises that go back quite as long as Godzilla. The behemoth creature has been thrilling audiences, for decades dating back to 1954. Well, it is time now that the big green guy returns to theaters with none other than Godzilla: King of the Monsters. There is nothing quite like a good monster movie to put the summer into perspective. Eleven has spoken and you better listen to what she has to say about this movie.

The anticipation for the upcoming blockbuster has been steadily building, as footage revealed the myriad, malicious monsters that will be battling for power and supremacy in the film. The fans on the other hand are also excited to see Millie Bobby Brown in the movie. This is what the 15 year old actress said to moviegoers:

Here Is Why You Need To See Godzilla: King of Monsters In Theatres

“”It’s a spectacular and thrilling cinematic experience that people should experience on a big screen. We had so much fun making it and that’s why people should go and see it so that they can actually feel what we felt which was just ultimate fun. King of the Monsters includes a number of characters who will solidly appear even bigger on a larger screen. The end result is quite the theatrical experience according to Millie Bobby Brown who also comments that; rather than simply focusing on the title character or one adversary, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is a true ensemble movie as far as behemoth creatures go. It’s a veritable of Godzilla icons like Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidora. The magnitude of the movie won’t be done justice by watching it in your own TV.””

Legendary’s Monster Verse over the past few years has been steadily building whilst seeing some solid success at the box office. On top of making$529.1 million, Gareth Edward’s 2014 Godzilla movie was a strong reboot to the franchise and earned quite great reviews. Kong: Skull Island helped to set up the eventual clash of the titans by performing similarly in both critically and financially.

King Kong will have to become king before he and Godzilla come to blows. This will by far much put him in conflict with some of the Godzillas franchise’s most beloved titans as well as the ever impressive cast of actors set to play the human characters. Vera Farmiga, Ken Watanabe, Charles Dance, Bradley Whitford and Sally Hawkins will be on board together with Millie Bobby Brown.

Here Is Why You Need To See Godzilla: King of Monsters In Theatres

As we all eagerly await for the film to be finalized and be out in theatres, we will just have to see how many of Vera, Ken, Charles, Bradley and Sally will make it through the conflict. Let’s hope they survive and return for a future installment of the great Monster verse. Since the inception of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, serialized storytelling has become quite commonplace and crossovers are surely and clearly coming down the line in this epic battle of Godzilla vs KingKong.
On May 31st, Godzilla: King of the Monsters will move the Monster verse forward when it arrives in theatres!