Millie Bobby Brown says that Godzilla vs. Kong turns her MonsterVerse character, Madison Russell, into a badass. After three previous installments in Legendary’s MonsterVerse franchise, Godzilla vs. Kong will finally pit the two cinematic icons against one another as humanity hangs in the balance. This will be the second time the two titans have clashed on film, with the first being Toho’s 1962 crossover movie, King Kong vs. Godzilla. After numerous delays, Godzilla vs. Kong will be released in theaters and HBO Max on March 31st.
Godzilla vs. Kong will be set five years after the events of 2019’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters, which introduced Brown’s character, Madison Russell, into the MonsterVerse as a reluctant antagonist. She is the daughter of Monarch scientists, Dr. Mark (Kyle Chandler) and Emma Russell (Vera Farmiga). While Godzilla and King Kong will undoubtedly be the film’s two main stars, Godzilla vs. Kong will bring back Brown and Kyle Chandler’s characters from King of the Monsters, while also introducing a host of new human characters played by Alexander Skarsgård, Rebecca Hall, and Brian Tyree Henry.
Collider had a chance to visit the set of Godzilla vs. Kong during filming and sit down with its star, Mille Bobby Brown, known for Netflix hits Stranger Things and Enola Holmes. During the interview, Brown opened up about how her character has changed during the five years that have passed in between movies:
Five years have gone by and Madison has grown up. It’s definitely a coming-of-age story for her. Her storyline has definitely evolved greatly in the way she deals with things, her attitude towards life, how much more stronger of a person. Really trying to follow in her mother’s footsteps as well as strength wise she’s becoming more strong, more independent and understanding what she needs to do. Five years are gone by and she’s basically a badass.
Brown also teased some of her character’s upcoming storyline during the interview. While Madison had some “amazing scenes” with Godzilla in the first movie, Godzilla vs. Kong will be “much more about the technical side of it, learning more about his, the data of him as a Titan,” Brown says. This seems to coincide with what we see of Madison in the first trailer, as she appears to be defending Godzilla and imploring others to learn more about him, which will likely not be a popular belief among some of the other characters.
Bringing back familiar faces such as Madison for Godzilla vs. Kong is a great way to make the movie’s extended universe feel more connected. One thing Godzilla vs. Kong can improve upon from the previous film is the development of its human characters, who often take a backseat to the universe’s monsters. The new “badass” version of Brown’s character can be seen when Godzilla vs. Kong premieres in late March.
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