‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’ Noise: Netflix Made $200M+ Bid For Monster Mash, But WarnerMedia Might Have Plans For Pic On HBO Max


There is rumblings tonight that Legendary’s fourthquel Godzilla vs. Kong, scheduled to be released by Warner Bros on the big screen, is in talks to head to HBO Max. Surprise, surprise.

THR reports tonight, and we’ve confirmed with sources, that Netflix made a $200M+ offer for the Adam Wingard directed movie, but WarnerMedia blocked it, and are reportedly in talks with Legendary to take the feature to HBO Max. Warner has a 25% stake in the movie, Legendary has 75%. An HBO Max deal, with a possible theatrical component similar to the studio’s upcoming experiment with Wonder Woman 1984 wouldn’t be out of the question.

A Warner Bros. spokesperson insists tonight however, “We plan to release Godzilla vs. Kong theatrically next year as scheduled.” That date being May 21, 2021, the weekend before Memorial Day weekend.

Godzilla and Kong: Skull Island, the first two pics in the Legendary franchise, did respectively well earning $524.9M and $566.6M, however, the third movie, Godzilla: King of the Monsters fizzled with $386.6M. Nonetheless, all three have been big in China.

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