Everyone’s favorite aspect of the breakout series. Stranger Things is ready to face the King Of Monsters in 2019. Millie Bobby Brown, known for her portrayal of Eleven in the hit Netflix series, has signed on to star in Godzilla: King Of The Monsters, Legendary’s sequel to the 2014 monster flick starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen.
Details of the plot are being kept secret, as are character details. Michael Dougherty, the director of the horror flick Trick ‘r Treat and 2015 Christmas-themed horror film, Krampus, is directing the project which he also co-wrote the film with his writing partner on Krampus, Zach Shields.
Godzilla: King Of The Monsters will be the feature film debut for the spectacular 12-year-old Brit although she has appeared in a number of TV shows including Once Upon A Time, NCIS, Grey’s Anatomy… And of course Stranger Things, the role that earned Brown nominations for both SAG and People’s Choice awards!
Prepare For Legendary’s Own Cinematic Universe
Marvel has the Marvel Cinematic Universe, DC is chugging along with their DCEU and Universal is prepping to begin their own Universal Monsters Series with the Tom Cruise-headed, The Mummy. Now, Legendary Entertainment is set to venture into the world of the cinematic universe with their upcoming slate of giant monster movies.
King of Monsters is part of a Giant Monsters Cinematic Universe (referred to as MonsterVerse) that also includes the upcoming Kong: Skull Island. You will have to wait awhile to witness some more Godzilla action as Godzilla: King of Monsters is scheduled for release on March 22th, 2019.
In the meantime, Kong: Skull Island which centers on the origins of King Kong and stars TomHiddleston and Captain Marvel herself, Brie Larson is due to hit theaters on March 10th, 2017.
Check Out The Trailer For Kong: Skull Island: