Dan Stevens Reportedly Joining Adam Wingard’s Godzilla Vs Kong Sequel

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Variety is reporting that Dan Stevens is in negotiations to join the cast of Godzilla vs Kong. Variety is a well-known entertainment trade magazine, so this news should be taken seriously.

The Godzilla Vs Kong Movie Is Set To Start

Stevens has become an in-demand actor after roles in movies like The Guest and Beauty and the Beast, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. It’s unclear what character Stevens will play, but sources say he’s been offered a villainous role.

Dan Stevens Reportedly Joining Adam Wingard's Godzilla Vs Kong Sequel

The Godzilla vs Kong movie is set to start filming later this year with a planned 2020 release date. It will be directed by Adam Wingard (Death Note) from a script written by Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean).

It’s not clear if any other casting announcements will come out before then or not — though rumors are circulating that Millie Bobby Brown may join Jason Mitchell (Straight Outta Compton), Julian Dennison (Deadpool 2), and Charles Dance (Game of Thrones) in supporting roles.

Den Steven 

 Dan Steven is a British actor. He’s known for roles in films like The Guest, Beauty and the Beast, and Legion. He’s also known for roles in TV shows like Legion, The Terror, and The Crown. And he’s known for roles in video games like Destiny 2.

Steven was born on February 3, 1985, in London, England. He attended the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA), where he studied acting. He graduated from RADA with a first-class honors degree in 2006.

Steven’s first role was in 2009 when he appeared as an extra on Doctor Who. His big break came when he was cast as Lancelot on Merlin from 2008-to 2012.

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Since then, he has appeared in several other television shows, including Game of Thrones (2012), The Good Wife (2013), Banshee (2014), Outlander (2016), and The Terror (2018). His film credits include Beauty & the Beast (2017), The Guest (2014), The Fifth Estate (2013), and The Secret Scripture (2016).

Script Details 

The Hollywood Reporter notes that script details are under tight lock-and-key with no one willing to comment on them. It’s expected that Godzilla vs Kong 2 will be released in theatres (and presumably HBO Max) on May 21, 2023.

Godzilla Vs Kong Release Date

It’s expected that Godzilla vs Kong will be released in theatres (and presumably HBO Max) on May 21, 2023. It will be directed by Adam Wingard, who directed the Netflix adaptation of The End of the World and the acclaimed horror movie Blair Witch.

The film will be produced by Legendary Pictures and distributed by Universal Pictures.

Conclusion

We’ll have to wait for more details about Dan Steven’s casting in Godzilla vs Kong Sequel. Variety is reporting that Dan Stevens is in negotiations to join the cast of Godzilla vs Kong.

According to the report, Stevens will play a major role in the film’s plot and work with several other actors from his previous roles. His character’s name has not yet been revealed, but it seems like he may be playing a scientist or military leader for once!

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