Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) Credits

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The followed is a transcript of the redacted and unredacted text shown during the end credit sequence of Godzilla: King of the Monsters. For clarity, the redacted text is italicized, with commas and the word "and" added where necessary to improve readability. The film's full credits can be read on SciFi Japan.

Footage directed by Michael Dougherty from U.S.S. Scorpion submarine revealed the screenplay by Michael Dougherty & Zach Shields and the Hollow Earth ruins predate all known human civilizations. Story by Max Borenstein and Michael Dougherty & Zach Shields show ancient humans worshipped Titans, forming symbiotic relationships with some based on the characters "Godzilla", "King Ghidorah," "Mothra," and "Rodan" owned and created by Toho Co., Ltd. Others produced by Mary Parent, p.g.a., and Alex Garcia, p.g.a. scavenged fallen Titans for food, building structures from bones and hides. Massive horns produced by Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, and Brian Rogers were created to replicate their calls. Executive producers Zach Shields and Barry Waldman called some of the creatures gods, the old ones, or dragons. Every culture including executive producers Hiro Matsuoka and Keiji Ota worshipped their own Titan. Tribes built homes near benevolent Titan nests to protect executive producers Dan Lin and Roy Lee against more hostile creatures. Evidence shows executive producers Yoshimitsu Banno and Kenji Okuhira may have even developed telepathic communication with the creatures. Director of photography Lawrence Sher attempted to control them, to use them for warfare. Some Titans rebelled against production designer Scott Chambliss and their human masters. The massive cataclysm film editors Roger Barton, Richard Pearson, ACE, and Bob Ducsay destroyed this advanced civilization. Costume designer Louise Mingenbach triggered a war between man and monster. Music by Bear McCreary and other survivors scattered across the globe, forming colonies. As time passed, even oral tradition and sound design by Erik Aadahl and Ethan Van Der Ryn were unable to preserve much knowledge of these ancient cultures. Visual effects supervisor Guillaume Rocheron found evidence of these colonies in Egypt, North America, Europe, Asia, and South America. Titans were not invulnerable to visual effects producer Marcel Pagulayan and the geological catastrophes that followed. This cataclysm triggered the Ice Age, sending the Titans into hibernation with casting by Sarah Halley Finn, CSA.

Kyle Chandler and the surviving pockets of humanity soon forgot their connection to the creatures. Stories were passed down orally by Vera Farmiga, their history becoming a blur of gods and monsters, myths and legends. Fictionalized by time. Millie Bobby Brown inspired Monarch to excavate the ruins of these civilizations and extract truths from their stories. Their mythology became a centuries-old tapestry for Bradley Whitford to unravel. Sally Hawkins believed the Titans are essential to our survival. That the creatures and Charles Dance are vital to the planet's ecosystem. Leading Thomas Middleditch to theorize that if ancient humans lived in balance with the creatures, then so can we. Monarch scientists embarked on missions with Aisha Hinds to find dormant Titans all around the world. While O'Shea Jackson Jr. found sleeping beasts deep beneath many major cities. David Strathairn explored ruins in Peru, Vietnam and Easter Island. Some are alarmed by their presence but others are with Ken Watanabe, who believes that many Titans are intelligent, even sentient. And Ziyi Zhang considers some to be mystical deities. Top Monarch operatives Anthony Ramos, Elizabeth Ludlow, and Jonathan Howard captured several specimens. The studies completed by a Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures presentation unearthed certain evidence... that only a Legendary Pictures production can restore the natural order. Not even in association with Toho Co., Ltd. could bring balance to the world with ancient rivalries lurking in association with Huahua Media. Evidence at 37.218705, 38.855563. But how long will it take for the fires to awaken a film by Michael Dougherty and send our own civilization into collapse?

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