I will say that I definitely knew who I wanted to win right off the bat. I remember in second grade there was a friend of mine who had a definitive idea of who he thought would win in a fight, Godzilla or King Kong, and I remember being on the playground and arguing with him about it, and I felt like he was totally wrong, by the way. And so in a weird roundabout way, this movie is like the most ridiculous way of winning a fight with a friend of yours in second grade. But now I finally have the last word.
Adam Wingard is an American film director, actor, editor, cinematographer, and screenwriter. Wingard is best known for his work directing horror films, such as You're Next (2011), The Guest (2014), Blair Witch (2016), Netflix's Death Note (2017), and segments of the anthology films V/H/S (2012) and V/H/S/2 (2013). He directed the fourth entry in Legendary Pictures' Monsterverse, Godzilla vs. Kong (2021), and will return to direct its sequel Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (2024).
- Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) - Director
- Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (2024) - Director / storywriter / executive producer
- In 2013, Peter Jackson approached Adam Wingard with an offer to direct a sequel to his 2005 King Kong remake called Skull Island, written by Simon Barrett and produced by Mary Parent. According to Wingard, the film was never made because it "was set up at Universal, and the King Kong rights somehow ended up at Warner Bros." Parent would go on to produce Godzilla vs. Kong and Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, while Barrett would co-write the latter.
- In a since-deleted tweet, Wingard named the original Godzilla, Godzilla vs. Hedorah, Invasion of Astro-Monster, Destroy All Monsters, and Godzilla vs. Destoroyah as his top five Godzilla films.
- Adam Wingard is the only Monsterverse director to have directed more than one film in the series.
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- ComingSoon interview (March 2019)
- Collider interview (February 2021)
- JoBlo interview (February 2021)
- CBR interview (March 2021)
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