On June 15th, 2020, /Film author Hoai-Tran Bui released an article about Warner Bros. re-releasing Inception due to the delay of Tenet. Inception is expected to release on July 17th which Warner Bros. states that movie goers will be able to catch a sneak peak at their upcoming slate of movies and the article saying there would be a possibility of seeing footage of Godzilla vs Kong.
Godzilla-movies.com, however, saw "sneak peak" and "Godzilla vs Kong" and automatically assumed that a teaser trailer will be guaranteed to be shown. All I have to say is take their article with a grain of salt. The article from /Film did not confirm any trailer of a sort.
Here is the real quote from the article, "This special anniversary theatrical event (they're talking about Inception) will also give audiences a never-before-seen look at footage from Nolan's highly anticipated film Tenet, which will debut worldwide two weeks later, July 31. Moviegoers will also be treated to an exclusive sneak peak of select films on Warner Bros.' upcoming slate.
In addition to Tenet, we can possibly expect to see new footage from Wonder Woman 1984, Dune, and Godzilla vs Kong."
It is so easy to understand if you actually read the article by /Film. They never said a teaser trailer was playing in front of Inception. They said there is a possibility we may see new footage of Godzilla vs Kong. This upcoming slate the article mentions could be something similar to the Comic-Con Experience in Brazil back in December 2019. It could a quick montage of different films with two quick shots of Godzilla vs Kong and that's it. The earliest we might ever see a trailer could be mid-late October (if Warner Bros. is following the marketing formula from Godzilla).
On top of that, the whole article by Godzilla-movies reads like it was copied from /Film's article, pasted, and then rewritten to sound different enough. That is what a beginner blogger does when they can't come up with anything to say. If Godzilla-movies was just starting then I wouldn't have given them a second thought, but they have been around since what? 2013? You would think for at least that long Godzilla-movies would have made some progress on how to report news without having to copy and paste from other articles and share their own opinions on these subjects.
Recently, there have been talks about Warner Bros. not showing up at the Comic-Con @ Home event (even though Warner Bros. never confirmed they would be backing out). Assuming that Warner Bros. doesn't make an appearance at Comic-Con, why would they put the Godzilla vs Kong trailer in front of Tenet or Inception when they could release it online? With the COVID-19 guidelines getting more and more ridiculously strict I highly doubt anybody is willing to go sit in a movie theater for two hours. Plus, by releasing the trailer online the trailer can get way more views than releasing it in theaters first. Also, with Marvel not attending Comic-Con Warner Bros. has the perfect opportunity to show off a teaser and steal this year's show. Even then, a teaser at Comic-Con is not guaranteed.
So please do not rely on Godzilla-movies.com. Their article is very sloppy and setting up for disappointment. I can give you many other sources you can go to for Godzilla news other than myself and Godzilla-movies.com like Entertainment Talk Nation, DMan1954, OmniViewer, Gormaru Island, and Kaiju News Outlet. These guys have very interesting ideas and opinions they share on Godzilla related topics and are more accurate in their reporting. I suggest checking out their channels and or pages on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.
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