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Adam Wingard’s MonsterVerse sequel, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, has arrived in theaters, featuring the return of the Titans teaming up to face the Skar King, a gigantic creature threatening civilization. The cast includes Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Dan Stevens, and more. While speaking with IGN, Wingard described the antagonist as a devilish, Kong-type character that the Titans must defeat. The director wanted to continue the relationship between Godzilla and Kong after the success of the 2021 film, which grossed over $470 million worldwide. The critical reception of the film has been mixed, with a 55% rating from critics and a 92% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Currently, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire is only available in theaters, with no streaming release date announced yet. Warner Bros. typically waits 60 to 90 days after the theatrical premiere to release films on Max, so viewers can expect Godzilla x Kong to arrive on streaming platforms in May or June. Other films like Wonka and Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom had similar release timelines on Max, providing a rough estimate for Godzilla x Kong’s streaming availability. However, viewers can anticipate purchasing or renting the film on digital VOD sites like Amazon Prime Video and YouTube TV around 45 days after its theatrical release, potentially in mid-May 2024.

Fans eagerly awaiting the opportunity to watch Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire from home should keep an eye out for the exact streaming release date in the coming weeks. The movie, directed by Adam Wingard, promises an action-packed continuation of the MonsterVerse saga, with the Titans facing a new threat in the form of the Skar King. With a star-studded cast and high audience anticipation, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire is poised to deliver a thrilling cinematic experience for fans of the franchise, offering a new chapter in the epic battle between these iconic creatures. Stay tuned for updates on when the film will be available for streaming and digital viewing.

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