Godzilla TV Series Teases Monarch Role With Newly Released Photo


The recently published photo of the Godzilla The TV series teases the monarch’s role in the show’s plot and his role in expanding the MonsterVerse.

The MonsterVerse expands its lore and stories on the iconic kaijus. Except Godzilla vs. Kong sequel currently in preparation, a new live-action Godzilla television series will also be broadcast on Apple TV+. Legendary and Warner Bros. started laying the groundwork for MonsterVerse in 2014 with Godzilla. Marvel alumni Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen dominated the film with Gareth Edwards directing. Since then, the MonsterVerse has grown further with the release of Kong: Skull Island in 2017, Godzilla: King of the Monsters in 2019, and Godzilla vs. Kong Last year.

Now, in a newly released photo from Legendary, the company is teasing us with Monarch’s role in the upcoming Godzilla TV series.

The photo shared on Twitter shows an old bag with a Monarch logo on it. The old bag is lying on a table and next to it are images of Titans or places where these giants were last seen. The photo comes after the official launch of production for the TV series a few weeks ago.

Godzilla TV Series: What Do We Know So Far?

There’s not much available online regarding the upcoming Godzilla TV series. But based on the information about the actors who will appear in this show and the photo published by Legendary, it seems that the show will focus on Monarch’s role in the MonsterVerse.

Last month, Apple released information about the TV show. The statement indicates that the series will follow the events after Godzilla vs. Kong, when the two Titans fought and razed San Francisco. More so, the story “explores a family’s journey to uncover their buried secrets and a legacy that ties them to the secret organization known as the Monarch.”

The press release also announces the first five cast members Join Godzilla TV Series:

Anna Sawai (“Pachinko”, “F9”) as “Cate”, a former schoolteacher and G-Day survivor, she travels to Japan to settle family matters but instead discovers a family secret. Tired of running away from her problems, she is determined to find answers.

Newcomer Ren Watabe (“461 Days of Bento”) as “Kentaro”, a smart, creative and curious young man who has yet to find his own path. He will embark on a quest to learn more about his revered but mysterious father and discover his own talents in the process.

Kiersey Clemons (“Hearts Beat Loud”, “The Young Wife”) as “May”, an outwardly mischievous American expat whom she uses to protect herself and others. Whether it’s cracking a code or finding the flaw, she’s always three steps ahead of those around her.

Joe Tippet (“Mare of Easttown”, “The Morning Show”, “Rise”) as “Tim”, an office drone who dreams of secret agent adventure. His overconfidence gets him in trouble on the pitch, but he’s determined not to disappoint his organization.

Elisa Lasowski (“Versailles”) as “Duvall,” an expert operator with unwavering confidence in herself and her skills. She also possesses a wry sense of humor, which she uses to guide her less field-focused colleague.

Pictures from Warner Bros.

Legendary Television will produce the series, and Matt Shakman, the man behind Marvel’s Wanda Vision, will direct the first two episodes of the series. Chris Black and Matt Fraction will serve as the show’s executive producers. Black has previously worked as a producer for shows like Star Trek: Enterprise, Mad Menand Banned. Meanwhile, Fraction is well known for its work in comics, and one of them includes Hawk Eye – the same comics that inspired last year’s Disney+ series.

Except Godzilla TV series, sources say an upcoming anime series, Skull Islandis also in preparation.

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