by Cayce McCarthy. Arts and Entertainment blogger.
Hey, Femm readers I have some exciting movie news for you all. Warner Brothers is beginning to make the next chapter in the reboot of the Godzilla film franchise. The first reboot film hit theaters back in 2014. This film told the story about a strange incident happening at a nuclear power plant in Japan back in 1999 causing casualties of the workers there, including the wife of the main character Joe Brody. Years later, his son, Ford Brody joins his Dad to try and figure out what happened at the plant only to discover super-sized mutated monsters; only one of them wants to help protect humanity.
Godzilla had to battle and protect the world from the monster known as MUTO in the first film. Now in the sequel, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Godzilla will be battling the familiar Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. This film’s plot will focus on the efforts of the cryptozoological organization known as, Monarch, as they face the rise of these monsters battling for supremacy with the fate of humanity hanging in the balance. If you’re a Godzilla fan, then you know that this franchise is originally done by Toho, a Japanese film maker while the two newest ones are from American film makers. Japan has done fifteen of these films that were released in the U.S. with some adaptions.
The U.S. has created about three original Godzilla films such as the two previously mentioned ones and 1998 one. The 1998 version shows Godzilla being more of an enemy to humanity than a defender of it since Godzilla fights the humans in Manhattan alongside with its children. I have always loved the Godzilla movies, but the main fight that I always thought was bogus was the 1962 film King Kong vs Godzilla where Kong won in the end. I’ve been waiting for a rematch for years and now after the King Kong Skull Island film. We can expect a rematch in the year 2020 with the crossover film, Godzilla vs Kong. Good luck Godzilla. May the best monster win. ‘til next time Femm readers.