Discussion in 'Kaiju General' started by nifanatic, Sep 10, 2015.
...because he needed to live to die fighting Godzilla? *X-files theme*
why does the fight have to end in death???
cant it be something lets say akin to iron man and captain america where one gets beat up badly but is spared somehow
we dont know the circumstances yet but does it have to be to the death?
sp. Let us speculate.
Death gives it more emotional impact.
so the film may not actually have multiple monsters.........Or does it ? ? ? ? ?
Director Adam Wingard adds further clarification.
He says there's no script yet, which basically means he has no idea what monsters are going to appear or what exactly is going to happen in the movie.
So when he said that he wants a "massive monster brawl movie", he was saying what he personally hopes to get on screen. And when you think about it, that statement is so broad, it could have really meant anything.
My fan theory on how they may address the size issue.
First off I think Kong will need to grow "at least" 100 feet to be able to match Godzilla in any fight. Even though they said he is still growing skull island I don't fore see him growing that much in 40 or so years.
So in Godzilla 2 they will introduce Godzilla jr, and Godzilla will die. By the time Godzilla vs kong rolls out Godzilla jr will be around 50 meters tall or so and kong will be as well, witch puts him at growing another fifty or sixty feet since skull island.
everything about this is kinda absurd
it (presumably) takes place a year after godzilla 2 (no clue if this is confirmed) theres NO WAY this could happen and dont count me on it but i don't they are not allowed to kill off godzilla
Theres no way it could even age faster in one year than a giant ape over 40
Plus it makes no sense to kill godzilla off only for a smaller one to take its place from a film standpoint (would be better off for a final film)
The only logical answer is kong grows to near godzilla size imo
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