At the intersection of rumor, innuendo, and leaked information, you’ll find a mammoth amount of potentially humongous spoilers for Michael Dougherty’s hotly-anticipated Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Though it won’t hit US Theaters until May 31st, 2019 the first trailer set the Internet ablaze this weekend, following its premiere to enthusiastic crowds at San Diego Comic-Con. In addition to the trailer, Dougherty participated in a panel where he let an important detail slip. Though we’ve long known Godzilla will be crossing paths with Rodan, Mothra, and King Ghidorah—there may be even more.
When Godzilla first met Rodan in 1964 via Toho, the film culminated in the reveal that there’s more than one pterodactyl menace, so assuming there could be more than 1 Rodan in King of Monsters is probably a safe bet. But YouTuber Mr. H, whose work we often feature, has some inside sources; in a recent video, he reveals a potential bevy of additional kaiju might just come up from the depths.
The video below includes descriptions of a conclusion that has already been screened to test-audiences and should be considered a major spoiler. Even if they retool Godzilla: King of the Monsters in advance of its release, this scene will likely make for a tasty DVD extra or an alternate ending. And even if it sounds somewhat ridiculous, there’s no denying the scope is epic. Proceed at your own risk!
Warning: Below There Be Spoilers!
If you can’t stream, you can read a brief recap of the spoilers below the video. If you want to avoid spoilers altogether, skip down to the trailer and synopsis at the bottom of the article.
Godzilla King Of The Monsters director has confirmed to IGN at SDCC that there will be FOUR kaiju in this film, now called Titan’s, how is this possible?
After defeating Rodan and King Ghidorah, a small army of familiar kaiju emerge from the ocean, surround Godzilla, and bow to “The King”.
Humanity’s existence hangs in the balance when the mighty Godzilla collides with Mothra, Rodan and the three-headed monster King Ghidorah.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters stars Millie Bobby Brown, Bradley Whitford, and Vera Farmiga.