It looks like the next entry in the Monsterverse is eyeing a 2024 release, as while Warner Bros. was announcing the new release date for Dune: Part Two, which is only facing a slight delay, it seems that they also used the opportunity to confirm that an untitled Godzilla vs. Kong sequel is going to release in 2024 on March 15th. No further details are offered on what exactly the film is going to be about, especially as the fallout of the previous entry leaves the door open to explore Godzilla or Kong’s next storyline.
While a personal hope is for more Godzilla films, there have been hints that the next project may focus on an adaptation of Son of Kong, which would hint at a new generation of monsters taking the spotlight. After Godzilla went on a rampage due to the existence of Mechagodzilla, we don’t know how the world has treated Titans. They also are still seemingly focused on the main duo rather than continuing to expand on the “Monster” aspect of the Monsterverse.
It’s not the only expansion, as there is also an Apple TV+ spinoff currently in development. We’re still waiting for an official update on the project or where it is heading, but there have been hints that they may be eyeing Kurt Russell and Wyatt Russell to join the production. WandaVision‘s Matt Shakman is already attached to direct the spinoff.