Jordan Vogt-Roberts took it to Twitter last night to reveal that he is not interested in developing another Monster Verse movie. “Kong: Skull Island” is currently one of the major blockbusters of the year, ensuring that new MonsterVerse will arrive in coming years. But it seems that the filmmaker is no more interested in the franchise, and has decided to part his ways.

In an interview with Yahoo, Jordan said that he is done with giant monster movies and it’s time to give a try to something better. He has joined hands with Warner Bros. and Disney for animated films.

It means we will soon see Jordan directing “Godzilla,” and “Cars 3” like movies.

Jordan Vogt-Roberts as a filmmaker

Sharing his experience about “Kong: Skull Island,” Vogt-Roberts said yesterday that he might not work on the setting again. Right now, he is looking for projects that could quench his thirst of developing live-action and science fiction films. For this, the filmmaker has begun negotiations with a couple of production houses, and will soon announce the names of his upcoming movies.

Born in 1984, Jordan is a famous screenwriter, producer, and director. He is best known for “Successful Alcoholics,” “Mash Up,” “The Kings of Summer,” “Mash Up,” “Funny or Die Presents,” and “Mint in a Box.”

Box office report of ‘Kong: Skull Island’

Released in March 2017, the movie grossed over $120 million in the United States and Canada in its opening weekend.

On an average, the film earned over $500 million in the first month, against a production budget of $180 million, with about $130 million spent on marketing.

The movie made $19 million on its first day from 36,370 theaters, including $3.2 million from the Thursday night previews. Its opening has been higher than the $40 million opening of 2014 blockbuster, “Godzilla.” In IMAX, “Kong: Skull Island” scored the fourth biggest March release with over $4.4 million from 670 theaters.

On Rotten Tomatoes, its approved rating is 78% based on 265 critics. On Metacritic, “Kong: Skull Island” has an average score of 64 out of 100 based on 47 reviews.

This American monster movie is scripted by Dan Gilroy, Derek Connolly, and Max Borenstein. “Kong: Skull Island” is a reboot of the “MonsterVerse film franchise. The cast includes Tom Hiddleston, John Goodman, Samuel Jackson, Brie Larson, Toby Kebbell, Jing Tian, John Ortiz, Jason Mitchell, Corey Hawkins, Thomas Mann, John Reilly, and Terry Notary.

The film follows a team of biologists who travels to a remote island with Vietnam War soldiers. They encounter weird creatures in the Pacific and struggle for survival. The film was released in IMAX 3D, DVD and Blu-ray formats.