Godzilla Vs. Kong 2 – the sequel to the 2021 movie – has been making rumor mill rounds for a while now. The untitled sequel will begin filming later this year in Australia. According to Queensland, the Prime Minister of Australia, the sequel Godzilla vs. Kong will increase opportunities and create jobs for the people of the state. Furthermore, the Godzilla vs Kong sequel is said to be able to boost the state’s economy as well. Last year, it was reported that the director of Godzilla vs. Kong, Adam Wingard will be directing the sequel.
Deadline reports that Godzilla vs. Kong will begin filming later this year in Queensland, Australia across the Gold Coast and territories in Southeast Australia, citing Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk. Godzilla vs. Sequel The untitled Kong will provide an economic boost of AUD 79.2 million (about Rs. 448 crore) to the region along with creating 505 jobs for local actors and crew, according to Queensland government agency Screen. Furthermore, the film is said to have created employment opportunities for an additional 750 people.
Last year, Wingard told Deadline that he “really likes to continue” with the Godzilla vs. Kong. Wingard added: “The obvious starting point we found (in Godzilla vs. Kong), exploring Hollow Earth, I think there’s a lot more to do there. This is the prehistory of Planet Earth, where all the giants came from. We created some mysteries. in this film, the things I want to see are resolved and explored and pushed to the next level. “
Produced by Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros., Godzilla vs. Kong (part 1) was also recorded in Queensland and grossed over $ 406 million (about Rs. 3,091 crore) at the box office.
“The production is expected to inject more than double the $ 36.5 million (about Rs. 277 crore) that Godzilla vs. Kong brought to the state and is a welcome boost to our economy as we recover from the effects of the global and southeastern pandemics Queensland floods, “added Palaszczuk.
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