Film fans around the world have revelations in the trailer, which lasts for about two-and-a-half minutes and tells you everything you want from a face-off between a Leviathan lizard and a supersourced gorilla.
In promotional material, Warner Bros., which owns CNN-like AT&T (T) subsidiary WarnerMedia, said: “The epic conflict between the two Titans – provoked by unseen forces – Only the beginning of the mystery that lies deep in the core of the Earth. “
The latest offering from Warner Bros.’s Monsterview franchise hits theaters on March 26, but it will also be available free to stream to HBO Max customers in the US for a month. The studio has not yet released a release date for anywhere else around the world.
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Killer said in a blog post that some highlights include “The Little Things,” “Tom and Jerry,” “In the Heights” and “Doon”.