The next Godzilla movie is coming out in 2019 and fans who are attending San Diego Comic-Con this year have a chance to see a little of what to expect. According to director Mike Dougherty in a post on Twitter, the movie will have a presence at the biggest Comic-Con of the year, although what that presence will be is still unknown. The event sees many different ways of promoting Movies, from teasers to panels with the actors and creators to sometimes even private and secret screenings. When it comes to "Godzilla: King of the Monsters," it is likely too early for anything but maybe a teaser of some sort, but the good news is that something will be at SDCC.

What is known about Godzilla

"Godzilla: King of the Monsters" is part of the new "MonsterVerse" that Warner Bros. is building surrounding the legendary monsters. While a lot of fans compare this to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and others claim Warner Bros. is just copying that successful world-building franchise, the monsters did it first.

When the original monster movies started back in the '50s after World War II, they all crossed over with each other and King Kong even battled Godzilla in one movie. This is not new, so the idea that the two monsters are about to battle again is not copying Marvel -- it is just repeating their own past history.

So far, "Godzilla" came out in 2014 with Gareth Edwards directing the film.

The, Jordan Vogt-Roberts directed "Kong: Skull Island" in 2017. In the post-credits of that second movie, there was a scene that tied the two movies together into one shared universe.

Up next is "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" in 2019 and then "Godzilla vs. Kong" in 2020.

What fans can expect

There is no telling what fans can expect when the giant monsters invade San Diego Comic-Con.

However, one big change was Gareth Edwards leaving the franchise. After directing "Godzilla," he left the franchise and Mike Dougherty replaced him. Edwards, who had previously made his own movie called "Monsters," was a great choice for the movie but Dougherty was a surprise.

Mike Dougherty made his name with a fantastic Halloween horror movie anthology called "Trick-r-Treat," one of the best original horror movies to come along in years. He then followed up with another holiday horror film in "Krampus." Neither of those movies looks like something a giant monster movie would attract, but that is where the franchise is headed.