Shin Godzilla fans will have to wait a little while fir a sequel to the 2016 Kaiju flick.
Legendary Entertainment currently has a deal in place with Toho that gives them exclusive rights to make Godzilla movies between now and 2020, meaning that a sequel to the Japanese film won't be coming around for the next couple of years.
During a Q&A session at G-Fest XXIV, Shin Godzilla co-director Shinji Higuchi broke the news to fans in attendance at the event saying, "When is the next Godzilla movie coming out? [Toho] cannot make it until after 2020."
Currently, Legendary Entertainment is hard at work expanding their Monster-Verse. Things kicked off in 2014 with Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, before expanding earlier this year with the excellent Kong: Skull Island. Next up will be Godzilla: King Of The Monsters before classic Kaiju clash with Godzilla vs. King Kong in 2020.
So, while we may be a ways away from a Shin Godzilla sequel, fans still have plenty to look forward to thanks to Legendary Entertainment and their Monster-Verse.
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