Jessica Henwick of Iron Fist joins the cast of Godzilla Vs. Kong

Jessica Henwick of Iron Fist joins the cast of Godzilla Vs. Kong

The monster porridge Godzilla vs. Kong gets bigger and bigger.

Jessica Henwick, known for her roles game of Thrones and the Netflix Marvel series Ironfistis the latest member of the cast of the upcoming crossover feature Legendary Entertainment Diversity.

It is not yet known what role she will play, but it would not surprise anybody if she should continue to steal every scene Ironfist and miniseries in the team the defendersBoth have their profile increased significantly, although the expectations of the fans were not met.

Henwick joins an absolutely stacked cast that is already bloated to epic proportions, even though the feature will not be released until 2020. Already on board are Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger things), Alexander skarsgard (True blood), Julian Dennison (Deadpool 2), Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) and Rebecca Hall (Professor Marston and the miracle women). You are the next one and death Note Director Adam Wingard will direct the picture.

The next one for Legendary's "MonsterVerse" is Godzilla: King of the monsterswho will be the third movie of the series (after 2014) Godzilla and 2017 Kong: skull island) And is currently in front of the cameras. The film will be released in cinemas in 2019 and is expected to be releasing beating alongside Kong, as well as being the first MonsterVerse performances by Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah.

In the incredible onslaught of possible film universes that surfaced in the Marvel Studios box office, Legendary's attempt – though only two films deep – is probably one of the more successful. By comparison, the five films in the DC Extended Universe have generated nearly $ 3.7 billion in worldwide sales, including a total of $ 658 million for the Ensemble film justice League,

With less fanfare and smaller budgets, MonsterVerse has approached $ 1.1 billion worldwide Kong: skull island solar eclipse GodzillaOverall, nearly $ 40 million. The films have been patient with their universe construction and have received respectable reviews. If Legendary keeps the course, it is not unrealistic to believe that MonsterVerse might one day challenge the DCEU for second place in the Cinematic Universe Sweepstakes.

It certainly does not hurt that lonely trailer for Godzilla: King of the monsters Looks damnably spectacular and promises the kind of Kaiju-on-Kaiju action (apology, "Titan-on-Titan"), painfully missing in previous films. One can only imagine what will happen when the two kings of Legendary finally meet; It's safe to say they probably will not drink beer.

Godzilla: King of the monsters will be published on May 31, 2019. Godzilla vs. Kong is scheduled for publication on 22 May 2020.

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