Recently, Deadline put out an article reporting on the Produced By Conference. It was there Warner Bros. Studio bosses Toby Emmerich and president Peter Roth had a chat with Deadline. The duo opened up about the studio’s MonsterVerse investment, and Emmerich is confident in the film... even though it may get pushed back.
“[The film] will deliver for fans in the way they were looking for,” the executive said as he compared Godzilla vs Kong to Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
However, Emmerich went on to say the film “might come out later in the year” in order to ensure the studio puts out “an A+ movie” for fans.
Currently, Godzilla vs Kong is set to debut on Friday, March 13. This release date is shared by The Invisible Man which Warner Bros. Pictures is surely not too concerned about. However, the week prior will see the debut of a Pixar film Onward while the following weeks bring in films like A Quiet Place 2and Mulan. Clearly, March will be busy, and its packed line up would prevent Godzilla vs Kong from bringing in as much money week over week. So, it a report goes live confirming the film’s delay to August or September 2020, don’t be too shocked.
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