ByChris Harkin, writer at Creators.co
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Ever since the news that there would be a new Godzilla film released in 2014, rumours of just how far this could go have been circulating. Rumours of the mighty Godzilla facing off against his nemesis King Kong, as in films of old, started to fly across the width of the internet. Well my friends, it may just have become a whole lot more likely.

Sorry... I couldn't help myself.
Sorry... I couldn't help myself.

Yesterday it was announced that Thomas Tull, in charge of the as yet untitled Kong Skull Island film, is moving said film to Warner Bros!

Amazing what you can find on the internet
Amazing what you can find on the internet

What does this move mean? Well, it unites the pair once again under the same roof, and means that after the Skull Island film and Gareth Edwards directed Godzilla sequel, we are probably going to see the two giants meet, and most likely, fight. Let's face it, it seems to be a pretty good idea, with our favourite characters facing off against each other all over cinema, and fans loving every moment of build-up to it.

See what I mean?
See what I mean?
I think I've proved my point.
I think I've proved my point.

Anyway, the point is that in the not too distant future we could be seeing the giant ape and the fire-breathing lizard going head to head, and then the question is will they finish the film by joining forces to fight a bigger threat, like Dawn of Justice, or will they fight to the end and have one side victorious, like Civil War seems set to be?

Whatever happens in this film, remember that it all started back here.

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