Dan Stevens To Star In ‘Godzilla Vs Kong 2’ For Legendary.

British actor Dan Steven and director Adam Wingard are coming together for Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla vs Kong 2 following the 2014 action thriller, ‘The Guest‘.

Actor Dan Steven to star in Godzilla Vs Kong 2. Image Source – Instagram

Legendary Pictures has bagged an actor in lead role for the Godzilla vs Kong sequel to its Monsterverse. Dan Steven has got the biggest role of his career. Dan Steven will now play the lead role in the sequel to Legendary Pictures’ Monserverse’s Godzilla vs. Kong. Adam Wingard, director of the last release 2021’s ‘Godzilla vs Kong’, has been called in to direct the film. This will be the second time that director Adam Wingard and actor Dan Steven will work together. Dan previously starred in the 2014 action thriller The Guest, directed by Adam Wingard.

Nothing is known about the story of Godzilla vs Kong 2 yet, will expand the further story of events of 2021′ film, but we can say that once again two big monsters will be seen fighting each other fiercely on the big screen. The official title of the Godzilla vs Kong sequel has also not been finalized yet. Production of the film is expected to begin in Australia this summer.

Apparently, Legendary Picture teamed up with Warner Bros. to launch their Monsterverse with the reboot 2017’s Kong: Skull Island, which has been a huge success. In addition to Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Godzilla vs Kong have been released in Legendary’s Monsterverse Universe so far.

Godzilla vs Kong of 2021 had a great performance amid the crisis of Covid-19. The film did a business of around $468 million at the box office with a budget of $200 million. Although the film was just released on HBO Max.

Dan Steven is also known for the live-action Disney’ Beauty and the Beast, which crossed $1 billion mark at box office. He is most recently seen in political thriller limited series, Gaslit, which premiered on Starz network on April 24, 2022.

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