GODZILLA 2 Gets Shoved Back Nine Months

Scientists fear retaliation.

Warner Bros. just did a big shakeup of its schedule that might be a bit of a bummer for all you Godzilla fans out there. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla 2 - which will allegedly include monsters like Mothra and Rodan - has been moved back from June 8, 2018 to March 22, 2019. That’s nine months, the amount of time it takes to create a human life. Reading between the lines, it seem making the film will take one more human sacrifice than early estimates claimed.

On the other hand, we finally have a release date for Godzilla vs. King Kong, which will come out May 29, 2020 - assuming the number of human sacrifices required has been accurately sussed out.

So when it comes to Warner’s Kaijuniverse, we have Kong: Skull Island coming March 10, 2017, Godzilla 2 two years later, and Godzilla vs. King Kong a little over a year after that. If that sounds too far off to deal with, don’t worry. King Trump will have killed us all long before then.

And there’s more! December 25, 2018 will be home to some still unknown event film, while June 19, 2020 has been chosen for an unknown DC movie, if they still even have those in 2020. Many believe the slot will go to a Green Lantern reboot.

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