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| name = Godzilla vs. Kong
 
| name = Godzilla vs. Kong
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| director = [[Adam Wingard]]
 
| director = [[Adam Wingard]]
 
| producer = [[Thomas Tull]]<br>[[Jon Jashni]]<br>[[Mary Parent]]<br>[[Alex Garcia]]
 
| producer = [[Thomas Tull]]<br>[[Jon Jashni]]<br>[[Mary Parent]]<br>[[Alex Garcia]]
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| writer = Eric Pearson (screenplay)<br>Max Borenstein (screenplay)<br>Terry Rossio (story)<br>Michael Dougherty (story)<br>Zach Shields (story)
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| based on = {{based on|''Kong Kong vs Godzilla''|Toho Co., Ltd}}
 
| based on = {{based on|''Kong Kong vs Godzilla''|Toho Co., Ltd}}
 
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| starring = Alexander Skarsgård<br>Millie Bobby Brown<br>Rebecca Hall<br>Brian Tyree Henry<br>Shun Oguri<br>Eiza González<br>Julian Dennison<br>with Kyle Chandler<br>and Demián Bichir
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| music = Tom Holkenborg
 
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| studio = [[Legendary Entertainment|Legendary Pictures]]
 
| studio = [[Legendary Entertainment|Legendary Pictures]]
 
| distributor = <small>'''Worldwide''':<br>[[Warner Bros.|Warner Bros. Pictures]]<br>'''Japan''':<br>[[Toho]]</small>
 
| distributor = <small>'''Worldwide''':<br>[[Warner Bros.|Warner Bros. Pictures]]<br>'''Japan''':<br>[[Toho]]</small>
| released = <small>'''United States''':<br>March 13, 2020</small>
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| released = <small>'''United States''':<br>March 31, 2021</small>
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| runtime = 113 minutes (1 hours and 53 minutes)
 
| country = United States
 
| country = United States
 
| language = English
 
| language = English
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| preceded_by = <small>''[[Godzilla: King of the Monsters]]''</small>
 
| preceded_by = <small>''[[Godzilla: King of the Monsters]]''</small>
| followed_by =<small>''[[Mëcronesia]]''</small>
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| imdb_id = 5034838
 
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Godzilla vs. Kong is a 2020 American science fiction monster film directed by [[Adam Wingard |Adam Wingard]] and a sequel to 2019's [[Godzilla: King of the Monsters]].
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'''''Godzilla vs. Kong''''', also known by the working title of "'''''Apex'''''"<sup>[2]</sup> is a American science fiction monster film produced by Legendary Pictures, and the fourth entry in the [[MonsterVerse]], following 2019's ''[[Godzilla: King of the Monsters]]''. It acts as a sequel to both ''King of the Monsters'' and ''[[Kong: Skull Island]]'', and was released to American theaters on March 31, 2021.
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== Synopsis ==
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''Legends collide in “Godzilla vs. Kong” as these mythic adversaries meet in a spectacular battle for the ages, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. [[Kong]] and his protectors undertake a perilous journey to find his true home, and with them is [[Jia]], a young orphaned girl with whom he has formed a unique and powerful bond. But they unexpectedly find themselves in the path of an enraged [[Godzilla]], cutting a swath of destruction across the globe. The epic clash between the two [[Titans]]—instigated by unseen forces—is only the beginning of the mystery that lies deep within the core of the [[Earth]].''
   
 
==Plot==
 
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Five years after [[Godzilla]] defeated [[King Ghidorah]] in [[Boston]], [[Godzilla]] and [[Kong]] are currently the only two active [[Titans]] on the Earth's surface. [[Kong]] is being monitored by [[Monarch]] in a biome on [[Skull Island]], as the island's ecosystem had become unstable. [[Kong]] is visited by [[Jia]], the last known [[Iwi]] native and the adopted daughter of [[Illene Andrews]], who is an [[Monarch]] expert with [[Kong]].
   
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Meanwhile, [[Bernie Hayes]], an employee of the tech organization [[Apex|Apex Cybernetics]] and the host of a Titan conspiracy theory podcast, extracts data that suggest sinister activity at a facility in [[Pensacola]], [[Florida]]. That's when [[Godzilla]] arrives and suddenly attacks the facility. During the rampage, Bernie stumbles uppo a massive device. [[Madison Russell]], daughter of [[Mark Russell]] and the late [[Emma Russell]] who is also a fan of Bernie's podcast enlists her friend, [[Josh Valentine]] to investigate Godzilla's mysterious attacks.
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Meanwhile, [[Apex]] CEO [[Walter Simmons]] recruits [[Nathan Lind]], a former monarch scientist and [[Hollow Earth]] theorist to guide for a power source within [[Hollow Earth]]. Although Nathan is hesitant due to his brother dying in a past expedition to the [[Hollow Earth]], he agrees after Walter reveals that [[Apex]] has developed HEAV's specialized crafts that are able to withstand pressure exerted by the gravity field. To help guide them to the [[Hollow Earth]], Nathan travels to [[Skull Island]] and meets [[Monarch]] anthropological linguist and Jia's adoptive mother [[Ilene Andrews]] with his idea of using Kong as their navigator to lead them to the energy source since [[Skull Island]] is no longer able to contain him (because [[Kong]] has grown too large) and allow him to survive. Though Ilene rejects this at first as she explains that [[Godzilla]] would come for [[Kong]] as soon as he was moved off of [[Skull Island]], she finally accepts after Nathan convinced her that they need to undertake this mission in order to stop [[Godzilla]] and that they can also find [[Kong]] a new home.
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Nathan, Ilene, [[Jia]], and an [[Apex]] team led by Walter's daughter Maia board a modified barge with [[Kong]] chained and lightly sedated. One rainy night, an agitated [[Kong]] starts to pull on the chains restraining him, though Jia calms him down by allowing her and [[Kong]] to touch fingers in solidarity before [[Kong]] signs the word "home", much to everybody's amazement. The next day, Ilene explains to Nathan on how she raised Jia as her adoptive daughter after dangerous and unpredictable storms wiped out most of the [[Iwi]] and her parents, but [[Jia]] herself was the sole survivor since [[Kong]] was the one who protected her, leading to the two forming a bond and kinship. At this point, [[Jia]] senses [[Godzilla]], who arrives and suddenly attacks the military by slicing a ship in half and smashing several planes with his tail. Nathan frees [[Kong]], who starts to battle [[Godzilla]], but he is able to defeat the Titan by nearly drowning him. However, their fight is broken up by depth charges and the ships shut down their power to trick [[Godzilla]] into thinking he destroyed them and [[Kong]] was defeated. The plan succeeds and [[Godzilla]] eventually leaves. Realizing that [[Godzilla]] could return if they reactivate the ships, they change plans and instead fly [[Kong]] to a [[Hollow Earth]] entry point in [[Antarctica]] where Ghidorah was originally frozen. There, [[Kong]] refuses to go even with Jia's insistence. Instead, Nathan and Ilene suggest telling [[Kong]] that his kind could possibly be down there, prompting him to enter the tunnel, and the teams follow him in the HEAVs. Meanwhile, [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] begins sending a signal to [[Godzilla]], who senses the machine's activation and heads straight towards [[Hong Kong]].
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Inside the [[Hollow Earth]], Nathan's team find an ecosystem similar to [[Skull Island]]. While traversing the landscape, they are attacked by a pair of Warbats, but [[Kong]] manages to kill both of them. After the fight, [[Kong]] and Nathan's team make their way to an ancestral throne room belonging to Kong's species, where they find remains of an ancient war with Godzilla's kind while [[Kong]] notices a glowing axe made from a dismembered dorsal plate of another member of Godzilla's race. As Nathan's team discover the power source they need to increase MechaGodzilla's power supply, [[Kong]] learns that the same power source can recharge the axe. However, Maia and the [[Apex]] team use drones to send the power source's signature back to their [[Hong Kong]] base, despite Ilene's protests. Meanwhile, [[Godzilla]] makes landfall in [[Hong Kong]] and sensing [[Kong]], drills a hole into the [[Hollow Earth]] with his atomic breath, causing the temple to collapse. [[Kong]] avoids Godzilla's atomic breath and fights off a flock of Hellhawks while Maia and her team try to abandon Nathan's team and escape, only for Kong to crush their HEAV on their way out, killing Maia and the rest of her personnel inside. [[Kong]], Ilene, [[Jia]], and Nathan escape through the hole to [[Hong Kong]], where [[Kong]] fights [[Godzilla]] again. [[Kong]] sees that his axe can harness Godzilla's atomic breath and releases it to seemingly beat [[Godzilla]], with the resulting shockwave knocking [[Godzilla]] unconscious, but he recovers and resumes the fight. The fight ends with [[Godzilla]] overpowering [[Kong]] and dislocating his left arm before roaring in his face to submit. However, [[Kong]] responds by roaring back at [[Godzilla]] in defiance, showing that he refuses to submit. As if impressed by this show of defiance and bravery, [[Godzilla]] spares his opponent's life and leaves as [[Kong]] loses consciousness.
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Back in the [[Apex]] base, Walter orders Ren to send [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] out to kill [[Godzilla]], though Ren warns him against using the new [[Hollow Earth]] energy source without testing, but Walter ignores his pleas. Meanwhile, Bernie, Madison, and Josh are caught red-handed by security and taken to Walter. Madison accuses Walter of provoking [[Godzilla]] into war and for causing all of this, though he confidently explains that he accepted the responsibility for giving mankind a chance to fight back against [[Godzilla]] and the [[Titans]] so that humans can remain the dominant species. Unknown to Walter as he monologues about his creation, [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] suddenly goes haywire under the influence of both the energy source and Ghidorah's neural networks, resulting in Ren's death by electrocution and Walter being crushed by MechaGodzilla's hand. [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]], now possessed by Ghidorah's consciousness, emerges from the Victoria Peak's base and rampages through the city before [[Godzilla]] confronts it. Quickly coming into contact with [[Godzilla]], [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] assails its organic counterpart with missiles before the two begin their battle.
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While Josh unsuccessfully tries to shut down the rampaging robot remotely, [[Godzilla]] and [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] battle, at one point firing both their energy beams at each other which lock together, only for [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] to gain the upper hand, knocking [[Godzilla]] over and severely burning him. While [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] continues to overwhelm [[Godzilla]], Nathan, Ilene, and [[Jia]] approach an unconscious [[Kong]], where Nathan revives him by detonating the remaining HEAV on Kong's chest to act as a defibrillator, saving him. After [[Kong]] awakens, [[Jia]] tries to convince him that [[Godzilla]] is not the enemy, though [[Kong]] has no interest and refuses to believe her at first until [[Jia]] shows him [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] and tells [[Kong]] that this is the "real" enemy, prompting the Titan to reset his dislocated arm and head into battle. As [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]] prepares to fire its proton scream down Godzilla's throat, [[Kong]] leaps onto the robot and redirects the beam into the air, saving Godzilla's life in the process. Realizing that [[Kong]] saved his life and having found a new ally, [[Godzilla]] helps [[Kong]] fight against [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]], but the robot puts the two [[Titans]] at its mercy, with the mecha having its tail almost drill into [[Kong]]. However, Josh short-circuits MechaGodzilla's controls by pouring Bernie's flask of liquor, causing the robot to pause for a second just long enough for [[Godzilla]] and [[Kong]] to recover. Seeing [[Kong]] holding his axe, [[Godzilla]] supercharges it by blasting the weapon with his atomic breath, allowing [[Kong]] to slice off MechaGodzilla's limbs and tail and finishing off the mecha by tearing off its head before slumping down from exhaustion.
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In the aftermath, Madison reunites with Mark and introduces him to Josh and Bernie, with Bernie asking if he can invite Mark on his podcast sometime. Suddenly, their moment is interrupted when [[Godzilla]] roars, drawing Kong's attention. [[Kong]] grabs his axe and prepares to confront his rival again, but [[Godzilla]] instead shows no interest in fighting anymore and merely stares [[Kong]] down. In response, [[Kong]] lets his axe fall to the ground, ending the many millenniums of conflict between his and Godzilla's races. [[Godzilla]] roars in acknowledgement and respect for [[Kong]], seeing him as an equal and a friend (same with [[Kong]] respecting [[Godzilla]] as an equal and a friend) before returning to the sea and disappearing beneath the waves as [[Kong]] and the gathered humans watch on, safe in the knowledge that the world is finally at peace.
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Sometime later, [[Monarch]] has created an observation post in the [[Hollow Earth]]. Ilene, Nathan and [[Jia]] watch as [[Kong]] passes by on his morning walk. After signing "home" to [[Jia]], [[Kong]] beats his chest and bellows, proclaiming himself as the King of the Hollow Earth and accepting it as his new home and kingdom.
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==
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*Alexander Skarsgård as [[Nathan Lind]]
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*Millie Bobby Brown as [[Madison Russell]]
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*Rebecca Hall as [[Ilene Andrews]]
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*Brian Tyree Henry as [[Bernie Hayes]]
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*Shun Oguri as [[Ren Serizawa]]
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*Eiza González as [[Maya Simmons]]
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*Julian Dennison as [[Josh Valentine]]
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*Kyle Chandler as Dr. [[Mark Russell]]
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*Demián Bichir as [[Walter Simmons]]
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*Kaylee Hottle as [[Jia]]
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*Jessica Henwick as Monarch Assistant
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*Lance Reddick as Monarch Director
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*Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Admiral Wilcox
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*Benjamin Rigby as Sonar operator
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== Appearances ==
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=== Monsters ===
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* [[Godzilla]]
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* [[Kong]]
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* [[Mechagodzilla|MechaGodzilla]]
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* [[Skullcrawler]]
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*[[Titanus Nozuki|Warbat]]
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* [[Hellhawk]]
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* [[King Ghidorah|Ghidorah]] (skull)
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== Organizations ==
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* [[Monarch]]
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*[[Apex]]
   
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== Vehicles ==
==Advertising and Marketing==
 
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*[[Hollow Earth Aerial Vehicle]]
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* Osprey
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* ''Nimitz''-class aircraft carrier
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* ''Arleigh Burke''-class destroyer (USS ''McCampbell'')
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* ''Ticonderoga''-class guided missile cruiser (USS ''Lake Champlain'')
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* ''Iowa''-class battleship
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* Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II
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* Unidentified submarine
   
 
==Links and references==
 
==Links and references==

Latest revision as of 18:10, 23 July 2021

Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla vs Kong Poster.jpeg
Universe MonsterVerse
Directed by Adam Wingard
Produced by Thomas Tull
Jon Jashni
Mary Parent
Alex Garcia
Written by Eric Pearson (screenplay)
Max Borenstein (screenplay)
Terry Rossio (story)
Michael Dougherty (story)
Zach Shields (story)
Based on Kong Kong vs Godzilla 
by Toho Co., Ltd
Starring Alexander Skarsgård
Millie Bobby Brown
Rebecca Hall
Brian Tyree Henry
Shun Oguri
Eiza González
Julian Dennison
with Kyle Chandler
and Demián Bichir
Music by Tom Holkenborg
Production
company
Legendary Pictures
Distributed by Worldwide:
Warner Bros. Pictures
Japan:
Toho
Release date(s) United States:
March 31, 2021
Running time 113 minutes (1 hours and 53 minutes)
Country United States
Language English
Budget 0.1$
Preceded by Godzilla: King of the Monsters
IMDb profile


Godzilla vs. Kong, also known by the working title of "Apex"[2] is a American science fiction monster film produced by Legendary Pictures, and the fourth entry in the MonsterVerse, following 2019's Godzilla: King of the Monsters. It acts as a sequel to both King of the Monsters and Kong: Skull Island, and was released to American theaters on March 31, 2021.

Synopsis[]

Legends collide in “Godzilla vs. Kong” as these mythic adversaries meet in a spectacular battle for the ages, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. Kong and his protectors undertake a perilous journey to find his true home, and with them is Jia, a young orphaned girl with whom he has formed a unique and powerful bond. But they unexpectedly find themselves in the path of an enraged Godzilla, cutting a swath of destruction across the globe. The epic clash between the two Titans—instigated by unseen forces—is only the beginning of the mystery that lies deep within the core of the Earth.

Plot[]

Five years after Godzilla defeated King Ghidorah in Boston, Godzilla and Kong are currently the only two active Titans on the Earth's surface. Kong is being monitored by Monarch in a biome on Skull Island, as the island's ecosystem had become unstable. Kong is visited by Jia, the last known Iwi native and the adopted daughter of Illene Andrews, who is an Monarch expert with Kong.

Meanwhile, Bernie Hayes, an employee of the tech organization Apex Cybernetics and the host of a Titan conspiracy theory podcast, extracts data that suggest sinister activity at a facility in Pensacola, Florida. That's when Godzilla arrives and suddenly attacks the facility. During the rampage, Bernie stumbles uppo a massive device. Madison Russell, daughter of Mark Russell and the late Emma Russell who is also a fan of Bernie's podcast enlists her friend, Josh Valentine to investigate Godzilla's mysterious attacks.

Meanwhile, Apex CEO Walter Simmons recruits Nathan Lind, a former monarch scientist and Hollow Earth theorist to guide for a power source within Hollow Earth. Although Nathan is hesitant due to his brother dying in a past expedition to the Hollow Earth, he agrees after Walter reveals that Apex has developed HEAV's specialized crafts that are able to withstand pressure exerted by the gravity field. To help guide them to the Hollow Earth, Nathan travels to Skull Island and meets Monarch anthropological linguist and Jia's adoptive mother Ilene Andrews with his idea of using Kong as their navigator to lead them to the energy source since Skull Island is no longer able to contain him (because Kong has grown too large) and allow him to survive. Though Ilene rejects this at first as she explains that Godzilla would come for Kong as soon as he was moved off of Skull Island, she finally accepts after Nathan convinced her that they need to undertake this mission in order to stop Godzilla and that they can also find Kong a new home.

Nathan, Ilene, Jia, and an Apex team led by Walter's daughter Maia board a modified barge with Kong chained and lightly sedated. One rainy night, an agitated Kong starts to pull on the chains restraining him, though Jia calms him down by allowing her and Kong to touch fingers in solidarity before Kong signs the word "home", much to everybody's amazement. The next day, Ilene explains to Nathan on how she raised Jia as her adoptive daughter after dangerous and unpredictable storms wiped out most of the Iwi and her parents, but Jia herself was the sole survivor since Kong was the one who protected her, leading to the two forming a bond and kinship. At this point, Jia senses Godzilla, who arrives and suddenly attacks the military by slicing a ship in half and smashing several planes with his tail. Nathan frees Kong, who starts to battle Godzilla, but he is able to defeat the Titan by nearly drowning him. However, their fight is broken up by depth charges and the ships shut down their power to trick Godzilla into thinking he destroyed them and Kong was defeated. The plan succeeds and Godzilla eventually leaves. Realizing that Godzilla could return if they reactivate the ships, they change plans and instead fly Kong to a Hollow Earth entry point in Antarctica where Ghidorah was originally frozen. There, Kong refuses to go even with Jia's insistence. Instead, Nathan and Ilene suggest telling Kong that his kind could possibly be down there, prompting him to enter the tunnel, and the teams follow him in the HEAVs. Meanwhile, MechaGodzilla begins sending a signal to Godzilla, who senses the machine's activation and heads straight towards Hong Kong.

Inside the Hollow Earth, Nathan's team find an ecosystem similar to Skull Island. While traversing the landscape, they are attacked by a pair of Warbats, but Kong manages to kill both of them. After the fight, Kong and Nathan's team make their way to an ancestral throne room belonging to Kong's species, where they find remains of an ancient war with Godzilla's kind while Kong notices a glowing axe made from a dismembered dorsal plate of another member of Godzilla's race. As Nathan's team discover the power source they need to increase MechaGodzilla's power supply, Kong learns that the same power source can recharge the axe. However, Maia and the Apex team use drones to send the power source's signature back to their Hong Kong base, despite Ilene's protests. Meanwhile, Godzilla makes landfall in Hong Kong and sensing Kong, drills a hole into the Hollow Earth with his atomic breath, causing the temple to collapse. Kong avoids Godzilla's atomic breath and fights off a flock of Hellhawks while Maia and her team try to abandon Nathan's team and escape, only for Kong to crush their HEAV on their way out, killing Maia and the rest of her personnel inside. Kong, Ilene, Jia, and Nathan escape through the hole to Hong Kong, where Kong fights Godzilla again. Kong sees that his axe can harness Godzilla's atomic breath and releases it to seemingly beat Godzilla, with the resulting shockwave knocking Godzilla unconscious, but he recovers and resumes the fight. The fight ends with Godzilla overpowering Kong and dislocating his left arm before roaring in his face to submit. However, Kong responds by roaring back at Godzilla in defiance, showing that he refuses to submit. As if impressed by this show of defiance and bravery, Godzilla spares his opponent's life and leaves as Kong loses consciousness.

Back in the Apex base, Walter orders Ren to send MechaGodzilla out to kill Godzilla, though Ren warns him against using the new Hollow Earth energy source without testing, but Walter ignores his pleas. Meanwhile, Bernie, Madison, and Josh are caught red-handed by security and taken to Walter. Madison accuses Walter of provoking Godzilla into war and for causing all of this, though he confidently explains that he accepted the responsibility for giving mankind a chance to fight back against Godzilla and the Titans so that humans can remain the dominant species. Unknown to Walter as he monologues about his creation, MechaGodzilla suddenly goes haywire under the influence of both the energy source and Ghidorah's neural networks, resulting in Ren's death by electrocution and Walter being crushed by MechaGodzilla's hand. MechaGodzilla, now possessed by Ghidorah's consciousness, emerges from the Victoria Peak's base and rampages through the city before Godzilla confronts it. Quickly coming into contact with Godzilla, MechaGodzilla assails its organic counterpart with missiles before the two begin their battle.

While Josh unsuccessfully tries to shut down the rampaging robot remotely, Godzilla and MechaGodzilla battle, at one point firing both their energy beams at each other which lock together, only for MechaGodzilla to gain the upper hand, knocking Godzilla over and severely burning him. While MechaGodzilla continues to overwhelm Godzilla, Nathan, Ilene, and Jia approach an unconscious Kong, where Nathan revives him by detonating the remaining HEAV on Kong's chest to act as a defibrillator, saving him. After Kong awakens, Jia tries to convince him that Godzilla is not the enemy, though Kong has no interest and refuses to believe her at first until Jia shows him MechaGodzilla and tells Kong that this is the "real" enemy, prompting the Titan to reset his dislocated arm and head into battle. As MechaGodzilla prepares to fire its proton scream down Godzilla's throat, Kong leaps onto the robot and redirects the beam into the air, saving Godzilla's life in the process. Realizing that Kong saved his life and having found a new ally, Godzilla helps Kong fight against MechaGodzilla, but the robot puts the two Titans at its mercy, with the mecha having its tail almost drill into Kong. However, Josh short-circuits MechaGodzilla's controls by pouring Bernie's flask of liquor, causing the robot to pause for a second just long enough for Godzilla and Kong to recover. Seeing Kong holding his axe, Godzilla supercharges it by blasting the weapon with his atomic breath, allowing Kong to slice off MechaGodzilla's limbs and tail and finishing off the mecha by tearing off its head before slumping down from exhaustion.

In the aftermath, Madison reunites with Mark and introduces him to Josh and Bernie, with Bernie asking if he can invite Mark on his podcast sometime. Suddenly, their moment is interrupted when Godzilla roars, drawing Kong's attention. Kong grabs his axe and prepares to confront his rival again, but Godzilla instead shows no interest in fighting anymore and merely stares Kong down. In response, Kong lets his axe fall to the ground, ending the many millenniums of conflict between his and Godzilla's races. Godzilla roars in acknowledgement and respect for Kong, seeing him as an equal and a friend (same with Kong respecting Godzilla as an equal and a friend) before returning to the sea and disappearing beneath the waves as Kong and the gathered humans watch on, safe in the knowledge that the world is finally at peace.

Sometime later, Monarch has created an observation post in the Hollow Earth. Ilene, Nathan and Jia watch as Kong passes by on his morning walk. After signing "home" to Jia, Kong beats his chest and bellows, proclaiming himself as the King of the Hollow Earth and accepting it as his new home and kingdom.

Cast[]

  • Alexander Skarsgård as Nathan Lind
  • Millie Bobby Brown as Madison Russell
  • Rebecca Hall as Ilene Andrews
  • Brian Tyree Henry as Bernie Hayes
  • Shun Oguri as Ren Serizawa
  • Eiza González as Maya Simmons
  • Julian Dennison as Josh Valentine
  • Kyle Chandler as Dr. Mark Russell
  • Demián Bichir as Walter Simmons
  • Kaylee Hottle as Jia
  • Jessica Henwick as Monarch Assistant
  • Lance Reddick as Monarch Director
  • Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Admiral Wilcox
  • Benjamin Rigby as Sonar operator

Appearances[]

Monsters[]

Organizations[]

Vehicles[]

  • Hollow Earth Aerial Vehicle
  • Osprey
  • Nimitz-class aircraft carrier
  • Arleigh Burke-class destroyer (USS McCampbell)
  • Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser (USS Lake Champlain)
  • Iowa-class battleship
  • Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II
  • Unidentified submarine

Links and references[]

External links[]