Following the success of Gareth Edwards' 2014 "Godzilla" and Jordan Vogt-Roberts' 2017 "Kong: Skull Island," fans of both mega monsters have been waiting in anticipation after it was confirmed that the beasts will go head to head in a forthcoming film. Whilst audience members haven't been provided with much information regarding the plot of the film, or what other characters may make an appearance, we can only predict an intense battle of epic proportions. The introduction of the two characters isn't for a couple years yet, but it seems that Production of the film is already ramping up.

Adam Wingard is set to direct the film

There's no lack of audience excitement with the new details that have been released regarding the production of the film. The movie, which is set to be released only in 2020 and is being directed by Adam Wingard, has been confirmed to have the working title of "Apex." However, as for the other elements of the film and the cast members that are set to be involved, we have yet to be provided with further information. As of the time being, the progress of the production and those in talks of being featured in the film are all still very much under wraps. Whilst this is partly infuriating and leaves fans of the franchises itching for more, we can only hope that the film is going to surpass our already-high expectations.

The combined box office revenue of "Godzilla" and "Kong: Skull Island" nears a total of $1.1 billion, which only further speaks of the success and the audience response that we can expect the 2020 film to receive. Even at this current moment in time, fans are still getting ready to watch the monsters battle it out face to face and there's seemingly already quite a bit of speculation regarding the premise of the film.

The 'MonsterVerse' franchise only promises more thrills

2020 still seems like a far way off but fans won't have to wait for all that much longer to be reunited with the continuation of the "MonsterVerse" franchise with the new upcoming "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" film currently in production. The film looks to promise the introduction of even more well-known "MonsterVerse" characters which we can only assume will be featured to an even larger extent in the "Godzilla vs.

King Kong" feature that is now known to currently be titled "Apex..

As it's now been confirmed that the filming of "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" - which is being directed by Michael Dougherty - has been concluded, the cast members are already spilling the details on just how excited audiences should be and what the should prepare themselves for when the film is released in 2019. In an interview with, star O'Shea Jackson stated that the film offers an ending that "you will never forget in your life."

We're going to have to wait a little longer to get the inside scoop on exactly what is planned for the future production of "Apex", but with "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" set to be released on March 22, we have plenty of rumors to tide us over.