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Godzilla vs. Kong’s MechaGodzilla Was Inspired By Terminator T-800s


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Godzilla vs. Kong's MechaGodzilla was inspired by T-800s from Terminator. Although the long-awaited battle of the Titans was expected to pit its titular characters against each other, another antagonist arose during the film's climactic showdown. Apex Cybernetics spent the majority of the film developing the robotic Kaiju, igniting the ire of Godzilla in the process and making it seem as if he had gone rogue. What the humans didn't know, though, was that Godzilla was trying to take out another threat, one they didn't see coming.

When Godzilla and Kong meet for the second time in Hong Kong, the pair duke it out. Just when Kong seems down for the count, Apex is slyly making its move, activating MechaGodzilla to take down the legendary Kaiju. Godzilla seems to have met his match before Kong is reawakened and the titular pair team up and take down the all-powerful Apex predator. Before that, though, MechaGodzilla is able to wreak havoc on downtown Hong Kong, becoming one of the most terrifying villains of the MonsterVerse yet.

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