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What Time is Godzilla Vs Kong Coming Out? How Much Will it Cost?

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Here are the details you should know ahead of the next entry into the MonsterVerse.

Godzilla Vs Kong is likely to be one of the biggest movies this year, for more reason than one.

The movie is the continuation of the “MonsterVerse” which up until this point has seen a total of three iterations.

We had Godzilla in 2014, followed by Kong: Skull Island, and then Godzilla: King of the Monsters, which released in 2019.

Now, we’re just hours away from launch as the next entry drops on March 31, but what time will it be out and how much will it cost? Here are the answers.

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Movie Details

Godzilla vs Kong is scheduled to release both in theatres and HBO Max on March 31.

The story follows on from King of the Monsters and is set five years after Godzilla defeated Ghidorah.

The movie sees cast members such as Kyle Chandler (Dr. Mark Russell) and Millie Bobby Brown (Madison Russell) reprise their roles.

How much will the movie cost?

Thankfully, for fans who are already subscribers to HBO Max, the movie wont cost a penny and will be free on the service.

For those who haven’t subscribed, a one-month subscription is $14.99, which is less than the cost of a movie ticket. Not bad.

What Time is Godzilla Vs Kong Coming Out on HBO Max?

HBO Max themselves have confirmed that Godzilla vs Kong will be available from 12:01 am PT/3:01 am ET. Perfect for those looking to indulge in some late-night Monster battles.

For those looking to watch it at a more sensible hour, fear not, the movie will be there from the moment you wake up.

What Time is Godzilla Vs Kong Coming Out in the UK?

It’s also been confirmed that UK viewers will be able to rent the movie the following day, April 1. However, up until this point, details have been extremely limited.

The Radio Times reports Godzilla vs Kong will be “available to rent from a range of VOD services including Amazon Prime Video, Sky Store and iTunes”.

Sam Woods

Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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