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Legendary Entertainment’s sequel to “Godzilla vs. Kong” will return to film in Australia later this

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Legendary Entertainment’s sequel to “Godzilla vs. Kong” will return to film in Australia later this year.
‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Sequel to Film in Australia Check

The film is scheduled to be shot in the Gold Coast and other locations in Southeast Queensland state marking the third time a Monsterverse title has been shot in the Gold Coast region.

“Godzilla Kong” was shot in the Gold Coast in 2019, while “Kong: Skull Island” was shot in the state of Queensland in the year 2016.

The film, which is currently untitled, will be funded by 16 million dollars ($11.8 million) through the Australian federal government’s A$540 million ($399 million) Location Incentive Program. 

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An additional A$6.3 million ($4.66 million) of funding will be received from the state-run Screen Queensland. Screen Queensland and its Production Attraction Strategy.

Legendary Entertainment’s sequel to “Godzilla vs. Kong” will return to film in Australia later this

Legendary Entertainment’s sequel to “go” will return to film in Australia later this

The two authorities stated on Monday at the local time that they anticipate the production to bring over A$119million ($88 million) to the local economy.

They also expect it to employ over 500 local crew and cast and include more than 775 extras.

“The extremely skilled crews, top-quality facilities and the unique locations allow filming in Australia an amazing experience. 

The assistance from the federal government and Queensland has always been essential for our success in achieving the highest quality of filmmaking as well as an unbeatable viewer enjoyment,” said producer Eric McLeod.

The data obtained from Box Office Mojo shows “Godzilla Kong” making 101 million dollars in North America and $468 million worldwide.

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It is the 15th film that was brought to Queensland through the state’s incentive to locate. 

Other productions are George Clooney and Julia Roberts-starring “Ticket to Paradise,” Ron Howard’s “Thirteen Lives,” Peacock’s “Young Rock” series, and “Joe Vs. Carole.”

The current filming locations in Queensland is the Disney Plus series “Nautilus” and season two of Tim Minchin’s Foxtel Series “Upright.”


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