We thought that the production of the series set in the MonsterVerse would begin in May, but now Production Weekly reports that the shooting will be postponed: it will begin next July.

The Godzilla Vs. Kong sequel will also be shot later this year, in Australia.

Returning to the show, it is a spin-off set between the first Godzilla and the subsequent King of the Monsters .

The details are few, but we know that the plot revolves around a family who discovers they are linked to Monarch , the secret organization that studies giant monsters.

Filming is expected to take place in Tokyo, Vancouver and Hawaii. We do not know why Legendary has decided to postpone them, but the project is still in its infancy, so we should not be surprised that there are changes in production (especially in times of Covid). The series will be made for the Apple TV + platform .

We will keep you posted.

The authors

Executive producers are Chris Black ( Star Trek Enterprise, Outcast ) and acclaimed cartoonist Matt Fraction , best known for his Hawkeye cycle . The two are co-creators of the show, while Black will act as showrunner .

The official synopsis

The official synopsis offers us the first details:

Following the thunderous battle between Godzilla and the Titans that wreaked havoc in San Francisco, and the shocking new awareness that monsters are real, the series explores a family’s journey to uncover their buried secrets and a legacy that connects them to the world. secret organization known as Monarch.

The MonsterVerse

As we know, the MonsterVerse was inaugurated in 2014 with Godzilla , and then continued in Kong: Skull Island (2017), Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) and Godzilla vs. Kong (2021).