The epic battle in Godzilla vs Kong is immortalized in a sizeable diorama from Prime 1 Studio, and is available for a whopping $ 6,000.
Legendary Pictures played in the famous on-screen battle of the 1960s between two of the greatest movie monsters (in more ways than one) in Godzilla vs Kong. The film brought the battle to life with modern visuals that wowed audiences.
One of those battles has been captured in a considerable set of Prime 1 Studio. The set comes with a separate base featuring battle-ravaged Hong Kong, with landmarks like the HSBC building clearly visible. Godzilla and Kong, of course, are present in the diorama with their battle faces. The game is available for purchase at an impressive price of $ 6,000, not including shipping costs.
The diorama measures 31.5 inches tall, 56 inches wide, and 26 inches deep. The base has LED lighting included to ensure that the Hong Kong skyline shines just like it did in the movie. Even Godzilla the King of the Monsters lights up like he does when he prepares his atomic breath. Kong is illuminated by customizable surrounding lighting. His ax, made from one of Godzilla’s fins, also glows.
Read the full synopsis for Godzilla vs Kong below:
In a new world where man and monster now coexist, Monarch must lead the way to a prosperous future alongside the Titans, keeping humanity in check. However, rival factions that want to manipulate the Titans for war begin to emerge under the guise of a nefarious conspiracy, which threatens to end all life on the planet. Meanwhile, on Skull Island, strange seismic activity catches the attention of Godzilla and Kong alike.
Directed by Adam Wingard and written by Eric Pearson and Max Borenstein, Godzilla vs. Kong stars Alexander Skarsgard, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, and Brian Tyree Henry. The movie is now showing in theaters. In addition to the 4K, Blu-ray and DVD editions that will be released on June 15, the film is now available to purchase digitally.
Fountain: Prime 1 Studio
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