Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer— Humans are silent spectators in a world gearing up for epic Kaiju showdown
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is the sequel to Michael Dougherty’s 2014 blockbuster, and showcases the battle between Godzilla and fellow giants King Ghidora, Mothra and Rodan.
The second trailer of Michael Dougherty’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters has dropped and it showcases a showdown of magnanimous proportions between world's mightiest Kaijus, while humans stand by as silent spectators.
A city collapses like a pack of cards as the gigantic creatures — Godzilla and fellow giants King Ghidora, a three-headed dragon, the insect Mothra and the winged beast Rodan battle it out. Even as their existence is brought to question with the mass destruction that ensues, humans wonder if they would become pets to the lizard-like Titans.
The first trailer was launched in July.
Stranger Things star Millie Bobbie Brown plays the character of Madison Russell, who is the daughter of Vera Farmiga Dr Emma Russell, an employee of Monarch Sciences.
The cast also includes Kyle Chandler, Bradley Whitford, Thomas Middleditch, Charles Dance, O’Shea Jackson Jr, Aisha Hinds and Zhang Ziyi. Both Ken Watanabe and Sally Hawkins will reprise their roles from Godzilla.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is scheduled to open in cinemas on 31 May, 2019.
Watch the trailer here.
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