The screenwriter of Godzilla versus Kong has shared subtleties on if there are plans for a spin-off or spin-off films for the MonsterVerse. Max Borenstein has been one of the critical planners to Legendary Pictures MonsterVerse establishment having composed the screenplays for Godzilla and was one of the co-essayists on Kong: Skull Island, just as adding to the tale of Godzilla: King of the Monsters. He is a co-author on the as of late delivery Godzilla versus Kong close by Eric Pearson.
Chief Adam Wingard as of late affirmed they cut a post-credit scene from Godzilla versus Kong that would have set up the following MonsterVerse film. A piece of this could be because of the MonsterVerse establishment’s vulnerability given the helpless film industry results from Godzilla: King of the Monsters back in 2019. That film was the most minimal earning film in the establishment, and given that Legendary and Toho’s arrangement was set to terminate in 2020 it very well may be that the studio at the time concluded that Godzilla versus Kong, the film they had been working to, could fill in as a potential endpoint for the establishment.
Godzilla versus Kong appears to have inhaled new life into the establishment. It has done well in theaters and has acquired the best survey score on RottenTomatoes of any film in the establishment. It is as yet workable for Legendary Pictures to proceed with the MonsterVerse with Kong, Godzilla, or another Titan, be it a fan top pick or a completely new one. Incredible Pictures is likewise the studio behind the Pacific Rim establishment. Guillermo del Toro and Steven S. DeKnight have communicated interest in having the MonsterVerse and Pacific Rim establishments hybrid with one another, so there is still a lot of beast stories to tell.