According to reports, Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. hope Millie Bobby Brown will return to the next chapter of MonsterVerse.

Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo,

Rich Fury/Invision/AP.

Soon after “Godzilla vs. King Kong” was released, it was revealed that director Adam Wingard had already begun negotiations on the next installment of “Monster Universe”, which is rumored to be a new adaptation of “Son of King Kong.” Although we have hardly heard of this project since then, it is understandable considering the schedule of the filmmakers.

Godzilla vs. King Kong is still the second highest grossing Hollywood blockbuster in the pandemic era, so Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are confident in the continued viability of this movie. As a rising star, Millie Bobby Brown’s staying is a huge benefit for MonsterVerse, even if her entire arc in “Godzilla vs. King Kong” can be removed from the movie and not will change a single thing about the narrative.