‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ smashes pandemic box office record

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ smashes pandemic box office record

Godzilla vs Kong smashes pandemic box office record

Godzilla vs Kong has smashed pandemic box office records which raked in £35m just this weekend.

It’s the United States biggest opening in the last 12 months, with the blockbuster passing the highly anticipated ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ which took home around £12 million in its opening. 

Globally, the movie starring British actor Millie Bobby Brown made £171 million. 

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ smashes pandemic box office record
Alexander Skarsgard and Millie Bobby Brown (pictured) star in Godzilla vs Hong Kong

Due to the pandemic, the film suffered a scheduling setback as it was initially scheduled for November last year.  It’s March 2021 release has seen it released on HBO Max and in US cinemas.

The movie could also be streamed from Home Premiere in the UK.

The last time Godzilla and Kong shared the movie screen was in the 1962 Japanese movie ‘King Kong vs Godzilla.’

Alexander Skarsgard who plays geologist Nathan Lind, shared that the crew filmed in both Hawaii and Australia. 

“It’s quite different for ‘The Aftermath’, and from most movies I’ve been doing the past two years. I’ve done a lot of slightly more cerebral, emotionally intense dramas. So, in that way, it was quite cathartic and it was exciting to something big and fun and I love the character I play in it and visually it’s pretty extraordinary.”

 

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