A NEW Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters TV Spot has been spotted and made its way online and it packs some seriously awesome new footage! The spot is titled "One King" - and as the title suggests, the spot showcases various Titans / Monsters emerging from Earth and it also shows our first look at a rivalry between two Monsters other than Godzilla and King Ghidorah! In this spot, we get a tease of a battle between Rodan and Ghidorah in the sky! Check it out:
Alright #TeamRodan and #TeamGhidorah, who will win this battle? Sound off in the comments!
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This article was written By Chris and published on 2019-02-18 06:40:10
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20 Fan responses to Rodan battles Ghidorah in NEW Godzilla: King of the Monsters TV Spot!
Thankfully I'm a realistic fanboy and not prone to delusion, so as much as I champion the awesomeness of Rodan I'm going to assume my boy ain't coming out of that little exchange without being a bit on the messed up side, if not just straight up dead. Gonna be satisfying to watch though, somebody need to warm that overrated dragon up for the Big G. :)
Ghidorah would almost certainly be able to take Rodan in a fight, and it's not just the fact that Ghidorah is many times larger and, as always, has his triple beam attack. It took Godzilla, Rodan, and Mothra to beat Ghidorah in his inaugural movie and Invasion of the Astro-Monster. Could we see those 3 team up to take Ghidorah down 55 years after Ghidorah, The Three-Headed Monster?
Right! 2014 I was scared they would ruin the film by killing Godzilla, now I'm scared for Rodan and King Ghidorah. 1993 killing off Fire Rodan ruined MG2, only thing that will fuck this movie up is killing off Ghidorah or Rodan. Godzilla is gonna survive and beat Kong's ass.
1991 started the decline of the Heisei series with cutting off Ghidorah's middle head and it completely went to shit when they decided to sent Godzilla into a meltdown. I was pissed that I seen no Heisei after Godzilla vs Biollante in the 90s for some time but when I seen them they killed off Space Godzilla and completely biffed every movie except Mothra in 92. Was better for me to watch the Showa, 1985 with Raymond Burr and Biollante every day than to see my Gods die. The Mothra trilogy was crap. Killed off Dragons. Godzilla 2000 and Megagilas was solid and right on and then the Mellenium series craped out by rebooting every film except the MGs that seen Godzilla defeated. bullshit. Final wars was ok except they killed Manda, Kaiser Ghidorah and no buildings were actually seen being destroyed and don't blink or you will miss Hedorah. That should have been a 4 hour film and Godzilla didn't even get to break the death star. For Daenerys sake Toho give me the job on the next reboot and I'll employ Dragons rule. All Dragons are invincible. That includes Godzilla and Rodan.
The fight didn't even look cool in the trailer for me. In fact, it didn't even look like a fight at all for me. (Probably because it cut away too quickly before I could see and understand what was happening.) So disappointing with how much effort was put into showing that.
Also, given what's going on, I definitely think Rodan will die, and then Ghidorah has his final battle with Godzilla. I like Rodan too, but given his track record after the Showa Era and the rights issues with Legendary and Toho, I think he is definitely going to die. Although, tbh, if (And by if, I mean when.) he dies, I am going to see that and just how King Ghidorah accomplishes in killing Rodan.
Are you seriously complaining about a split second clip in a teaser? It's not MEANT to show anything substantial, it's meant to get people excited to head into theaters to see the full moment, not "put effort" into spoiling the whole thing in a preview. Part of what I'm very appreciative in the advertising so far for KOTM is how restrained it's been, even in the second trailer being so Ghidorah focused they held back and only seemed to show what was absolutely necessary. It's refreshing, after recent years and trailer packing too much spoilery material in I'm glad that the majority of this film is still left to go and enjoy.
This is when it starts to get annoying, when the fanboys are getting bored waiting for the thing they're anxious for and the petty complaining begins. Just chill out, enjoy the build up, go about your life and the movie will be here in no time to take in as it should be.
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