John Carpenter teases something related to Godzilla

Horror media company Fangoria releases a video featuring Halloween and The Thing filmmaker John Carpenter seemingly teasing a Godzilla project.

Horror mastermind John Carpenter apparently taunted a stranger GodzillaProject related to the media company Fangoria.

The project was first unveiled in a 26-second video posted on Fangoria’s Twitter bill. The video shows Carpenter sitting in a movie theater as an unseen movie begins to play. The scene fades to black and is replaced with the words “Coming Soon”, which turn a deep shade of green as Godzilla’s iconic roar is heard.

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While it is currently unknown at this time how the worlds of Carpenter and Godzilla will collide, some fans have pointed out that Fangoria could be teasing a screening or digital release of Gorgo vs. Godzillaan unreleased fan film made by a young Carpenter before he became a major Hollywood director responsible for such blockbusters as Hallowe’en Y Big Trouble in Little China. Carpenter had previously stated in 2003 that he would never release the fan film because it was “devastatingly bad”.

Could Carpenter be working on a new Godzilla movie?

Other theories about the project that have been dismissed by fans include Carpenter directing a new Godzilla film, recording commentary tracks for new physical release copies of the original Shōwa era Godzilla movies or host a Godzilla movie marathon. Of course, all fan theories at this point remain pure speculation until confirmed otherwise by Fangoria and Carpenter. Currently, Legendary Entertainment is the only company confirmed to be working on a new Godzilla movie, with Adam Wingard currently busy filming an untitled 2021 sequel Godzilla vs. Kong. The upcoming film will serve as the latest installment in the MonsterVerse, a shared universe featuring Godzilla, King Kong, and other Toho monster characters.

The first synopsis for the upcoming MonsterVerse movie revealed that the sequel will find the almighty Kong and the fearsome Godzilla facing off against “a colossal undiscovered threat hidden within our world, defying its very existence – and ours.” The monster movie will also reportedly “delve into the stories of these titans, their origins, and the mysteries of Skull Island and beyond, while uncovering the mythical battle that helped forge these extraordinary beings and brought them together with humanity to forever”.

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Weather fans wait to find out more about Carpenter’s next movie Godzilla-related project, they can instead turn your attention to another upcoming film that Carpenter is involved in, which is end halloween. Carpenter is serving as executive producer and composer on the upcoming horror film, which is supposed to end the long-running franchise and feature the final battle between Michael Myers and Hallowe’enLaurie Strode’s last girl. end halloween It will hit theaters on October 14, with a simultaneous release on the Peacock streaming platform.

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