Godzilla's Coolest Move Won't Happen In MonsterVerse

Because of the way the new Godzilla is built, the greatest battle move in Godzilla's arsenal cannot be reproduced in the MonsterVerse, although this franchise has shown it is capable of doing something comparable. 

The MonsterVerse, which debuted with the 2014 Godzilla reboot, has united some of the most recognizable monsters in movie history inside a common narrative. 

Since then, monsters like King Kong, Rodan, and King Ghidorah have joined Godzilla. 

Up until now, the films have made an effort to strike a pleasant equilibrium between enticing new audiences with an approachable, fresh perspective and rewarding die-hard fans with hidden Easter eggs.

It's well known that the MonsterVerse pays homage to the past of its recognizable creatures. There is a reference to Mothra's Infant Island habitat in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The movie's Dr.

Ishiro Serizawa is named after two people: Dr. Serizawa, the scientist who gave his life in the 1954 Godzilla movie, and Ishirō Honda, the first Godzilla director. 

However, fans expecting the MonsterVerse to imitate Godzilla's most iconic and fierce combat maneuver from his illustrious filmography would probably be let down. 

However, the creators of MonsterVerse might give a reference to that iconic move with a comparable move.

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