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Godzilla: King Of The Monsters - What Does The Ending Really Mean?

The ending of Godzilla: King Of The Monsters - and the origins of Godzilla vs. Kong - explained.

After years of anticipation, Godzilla: King Of The Monsters finally roared its way onto the big screen this week, making quite the impact on both fans and critics in the process.

Set five years after the events of 2014's Godzilla, the long-awaited film sees the titular hero return from the depths of the ocean to tackle a surge of rising Titans. Despite the destruction that the multiple creatures cause, Godzilla's main target is the ring leader, and his long-teased archenemy: King Ghidorah.

Of course, this all led to a major showdown between the giant lizard and the three-headed dragon, both of whom brought back-up - with Mothra and Rodan supporting Godzilla and Ghidorah respectively - as they sought to tear each other apart. And this all-out war changed the Monsterverse's status quo in such a way that it's hard to predict what the future holds for it. But what exactly goes down and, more importantly, what does it all mean going forward?

It should go without saying, but be warned - MAJOR spoilers for Godzilla: King Of The Monsters will follow.

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