Godzilla vs Kong: curiosidades dos titãs

Monsterverse’s next epic adventure and the long-awaited duel between two idols——

Godzilla vs. Hole

-Coming soon to the Portuguese cinema.

We take this opportunity to gather some facts about this great confrontation!

In the battle of Godzilla, these two legends clash in a spectacular battle, and the fate of the world is at stake. King Kong and his protectors embarked on a journey to find their true home. With them is Jia, a young orphan, with whom Kong has a unique and powerful connection. Along the way, they met an angry Godzilla, who destroyed everything it encountered. The epic confrontation between the two giants-instigated by invisible paintings-is only the beginning of the mystery of the depths of the earth.

The filmmakers estimated that if the Titans existed, as seen in the movie, they would be bigger than the Priest Tower or the April 25th Bridge, with King Kong reaching nearly 103 meters and Godzilla reaching nearly 120 meters!

When provoked, Godzilla's attacks included intense radioactive explosions, deadly tail sweeps, and dangerous back swings.

Kong's Richter scale is 4.2! Adult Titans have developed the fighting style of epic warriors, moving fast and able to confuse opponents.

During the filming process, director Adam Wingard used to play music to set the tone for the scenes they were shooting, and occasionally introduced sound effects so that the actors could react to the giant Titans and then added them to the visual effects.

Costume designer Ann Foley and actor Alexander Skarsgard prepared a children's version of Monarch geologist and cartographer Nathan Lind, whose styling was inspired by the legendary Marty McFly in Back to the Future, including a mythical vest and sneakers.

When looking for filming locations, the filmmakers chose locations in Hawaii, which were later cancelled due to volcanic activity. The selected location has been covered by lava.

For an important scene in the movie, production designers Owen Patterson and Tom Hamok designed a huge temple in the center of the earth, 40 times the size of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, Italy.

The cast of this movie is very international, with actors from the United Kingdom, Sweden, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Malaysia, Australia and the United States of America.

Newcomer Kaylee Hottle (Kaylee Hottle) is a deaf girl who has a relationship with Kong. She teaches sign language to the protagonist Rebecca Hall, who plays Irene Andrews. Hottel and Hall used the free time between the shootings to develop their knowledge of sign language. Kelly Hottel was born into a deaf-mute family.

This is the fourth movie in the MonsterVerse universe. Before, there were Godzilla in 2014, King Kong: Skull Island in 2017, and Godzilla II: King of Monsters in 2017. The next one is presumed to be the son of Confucius.

The action in the movie took place 5 years after Godzilla 2: King of Monsters in 2019, and 51 years after the action of King Kong: Skull Island in 2017. The story can be traced back to 1973.

The movie was previewed in the ending scenes of the second MonsterVerse movie in "King Kong: Skull Island".

At 153 minutes, this is (so far) the shortest movie in the MonsterVerse universe.

In 59 years, this is the first movie to put King Kong and Godzilla on the big screen together. The last time was King Kong Vs Godzilla in 1963.

Actor Kyle Chandler appeared in another role in Peter Jackson's "King Kong" in 2005, and then appeared again in a movie with King Kong.

This is the 36th movie Godzilla has appeared on the big screen and the 12th movie of King Kong Legend.

Director Adam Wingard believes that Godzilla is a wrestling character, no matter where he is looking for enemies. For Kong, the filmmaker thought of John McLean in "Assault on the Skyscraper" because he was a lonely and unarmed policeman fighting terrorists. King Kong jumped off the boat in order to avoid Godzilla's atomic bomb, which reminded the most attentive audience of the scene where McLean jumped with a fire hose on the Zhongfu Tower to avoid an explosion.

The 1974 movie "Godzilla vs. Mecha Godzilla" was released in Germany under the name "King Kong vs. Godzilla". In other words, the Mecha Godzilla produced King Kong in the German title.

The film is composed of Alexander Skarsgard ("Little Lies", "Little Drummer Girl"), Millie Bobby Brown ("Stranger Things"), Rebecca Hall ("Kristin" and " Professor Marston and Wonder Woman), starring Brian Terry Henry ("Joker" and "Spiderman: Spider World"), Shun Oguri ("Spending Time with You"), Aisha Gonzale Si ("Hurricane: Hobbes and Shaw"), Julian Dennison ("Deadpool 2"), Kelly Chandler ("Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters") and Demian Beach Er ("Nun-Damn Nun" and "The Evil Eight").Wengard ("Guest" and "You Are Next") is the director of this movie. The script is written by Eric Pearson ("Thor: Ragnarok") and Max Borenstein ("Godzilla"). 2: King of Monsters" and "King Kong: King Kong: Skull Island"). This story is written by Terry Rossio ("Pirates of the Caribbean: The Dead Do Not Tell"), Michael Doherty and Zach Hill ("Godzilla 2: King of Monsters"), based on the character "Godzilla" and belongs to Toho Co., Ltd.

The film is produced by Mary Parent, Alex Garcia, Eric McLeod, Jon Gushney, Thomas Tour and Brian Rogers. The executive producers are Jay Ashenfelter, Herbert W. Gains, Dan Lin, Roy Lee, Yoshimitsu Banno and Kenji Okuhira.The team behind Cameras Camera with photographer Ben Seresin ("Mummy" and "WWZ: World War"), art director Owen Paterson ("Godzilla" and "Game of the Brave: Welcome to the Jungle") and Thomas S. Hammock ("Godzilla II: King of Monsters"), costume director Amphrey ("Skyscraper") and special effects director John "DJ" DesJardin ("Zach Schneider's Justice League").


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