A Hint of Why The Two Behemoths Are Actually Fighting In the First PlaceThis goes back to my last point, but why are they fighting again? I don’t think all of the details need to be spelled out in the upcoming trailer, but the last thing I want to see in a potential trailer is just separate shots of King Kong and Godzilla, and then one final shot of them about to hit each other. That would be really lame.
No, what I want to see is at least some kind of story told within the trailer. I typically hate when movie trailers give away too much information. But Godzilla vs. Kong is different, because all I mostly care about is Godzilla and King Kong fighting. So, if they just get the how and the why out of the way during the trailer, then I think it will be that much easier to be ready for whatever mindless action they have in store for us. And this hopefully leaves the door open for one final request for the trailer.
"Charlie And The Chocolate Factory." Nestlé provided 1,850 bars of real chocolate.
"Batman Returns." Michelle Pfeiffer said that her Catwoman costume was vacuum sealed once she was fitted into it for scenes, so she actually had only a short amount of time to perform before she would have to have it opened or she could become light headed and pass out.