Hollywood Biggie 'Godzilla vs. Kong' release date preponed in India

A much anticipated Hollywood movie Godzilla vs. Kong’s release date has been preponed in India. It is now expected to hit your nearby theatres on 26th March 2021. The movie boasts a mammoth budget of approx Rs.1400 crores

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Mar 12, 2021 12:57 IST
Hollywood Biggie 'Godzilla vs. Kong' release date preponed in India
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According to recent reports, Godzilla vs. Kong’s release date has been preponed in India. While the COVID-19 scare has forced all other Hollywood studios to delay the release of their big films, Warner Bros has stood out.

It has already released its big-screen blockbusters like 'Tenet' and 'Wonder Woman 1984' in 2020. 

WB is now it’s gearing up to release the much-talked-about action flick, Godzilla vs. Kong, worldwide. While it’s releasing in the USA on March 31, it was scheduled to be released in India on March 24, two days before it was initially planned (26th March). 

 A source revealed, “Warner Bros India has decided to prepone the release by 2 days. So instead of March 26, it’ll now have a mid-week release on Wednesday, March 24.” When asked whether it’ll have a limited, paid-preview type release on March 24 and 25, the source said, “No, it’ll be a full-fledged release from Wednesday morning.”

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Godzilla vs. Kong is an upcoming American monster film directed by Adam Wingard. A sequel to Godzilla: King of the Monsters and 'Kong: Skull Island', it is the fourth film in Legendary's MonsterVerse.

The film is also the 36th film in the Godzilla franchise, the 12th film in the King Kong franchise, and the fourth Godzilla film to be completely produced by a Hollywood studio with a budget of over $200 million

The film stars Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Shun Oguri, Eiza González, Julian Dennison, Kyle Chandler, and Demián Bichir. 

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