The ever-growing MonsterVerse just dropped its trump card with two of the most famous pop-culture monsters Godzilla and King Kong. Godzilla has been a legacy and an urban legend in the history of Japanese mythology and King Kong has had its fair shares of introductions in American cinema.
Warner Bros. entered negotiations with Toho the Japanese industry that owned the character Godzilla in order to bring out a monster universe back there in 2014 and we witnessed the standalone Godzilla film with its sequel in 2019 titled Godzilla The King of Monsters. Kong also came up with his own standalone film titled Kong Skull Island back there in 2017 and now it was time to bring these two characters all together in Godzilla vs Kong.
Let us take a look at what this film is all about.
The Apex Industries that owns the remains of deceased titans who fell in Godzilla King Of Monsters are building a Mechagodzilla to replace the actual Godzilla, this provokes him to attack the facility where they were building it. However, the fight was brought to a close by Kong as he was stationed at their ship en route to Antarctica to locate hollow Earth that had unlimited power sources.
When Kong helps Apex locate the hollow Earth he discovers the ancient ax of titans. On the other hand, Godzilla was headed to Hong Kong in order to defeat the Mechagodzilla and before doing it he drills up a big hole in the center of the Earth which allows Kong and his comrades to escape and appear in Hong Kong.
The fight breaks out between both of them over old wounds caused a couple of days ago when Godzilla was trying to take on Mechagodzilla but was interrupted by Kong. This revenge ends in the near fall of Kong as Godzilla spares his life by telling him that he is not his enemy Mechagodzilla is and he is here for him so stay miles off of my way.
But Kong instead of going away joins the fight to take down the Mechagodzilla.