In the final showdown between, Godzilla and King Ghidorah, Godzilla: King of Monsters, very subtly yet profoundly included an incredible Mothra Easter egg.
In fact, Mothra’s wings can be slightly seen when Godzilla unleashes his full power on his oldest rival.
In the third installment of the in the MonsterVerse, for Godzilla, the movie has definitely increased its level a notch higher!
Charles Dance’s final appearance as the horrendous Alan Jonah hints the audience in terms what is next in store for them. In the last minutes of the movie, it is revealed that one of King Ghidora’s severed heads is still out there and Alan has plans for it.
Directed by Mike Dougherty, in the latest installment of the franchise, Ghidorah is awakened from a long slumber after a group of eco-terrorists use a technology up-gradation called the Orca.
Classic Toho monsters, Rodan and Mothra also join in the action. Clearly, the latter on the side of humanity and Godzilla while, Rodan supports the three-headed monster.
The movie is no short of action, drama, and sacrifice. After Rodan burns Mothra beyond healing, Mothra readily gives up his life for the injured Godzilla. Once Mothra’s energies flow into Godzilla, he takes on a fiery transformation and unleashes a gigantic red blast called an atomic pulse that devastates, long-time foe, King Ghidorah.
In 2001’s Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack, Mothra gives up her life force, not for Godzilla but the enemy Ghidorah. With an unusual twist, in this installment of the movie series, King Ghidorah played the protagonist, fighting against the evil, Godzilla.
The portrayal of Mothra’s Easter egg evidently indicates that Mothra will be reborn.
Some sites also predict that there’s a mass kaiju migration towards Skull Island, where Kong resides. Could this hint another clash between the two titans?