'Godzilla: King of the Monsters' Monarch Website Unveils Other Creatures
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The fictional website made by Warner Bros. discovers more giant monsters which may appear in the upcoming sequel to fight Godzilla.

AceShowbiz - Prior to the release of first "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" trailer at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, Warner Bros. launched a viral website entitled Monarch Sciences for the upcoming sequel. The site was used to reveal monsters which would fight Godzilla in the film. The monsters include Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah. Recently, the fictional website gave a hint at other creatures that hadn't been revealed yet.

The sci-fi film's director Michael Dougherty, who is known for his works on "X-Men: Apocalypse" and "Superman Returns", previously revealed that there were possibilities to involve more monsters in the upcoming sequel and now, the website seemed to confirm the other monsters' existence.

In the website, there are locations of Monarch's outposts. Some of them contain detail information about Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah, while some of them are labeled as classified and cannot be opened by the site's visitors. There are currently 20 outposts on the site's interactive map in total and apparently, the classified ones contain information about the new monsters.

One of the classified outposts is located in Scotland, which could be a hint at the famous Loch Ness monster Nessie as one of the additional monsters to fight Godzilla. Nessie made its first appearance on "Godzilla: The Series".

Monarch, which is a fictional organization in the film, also has a classified outpost in Australia. The additional monster from the area could be Shinomura, which appeared in "Godzilla: Awakening" graphic novel. Shinomura is described as massive, winged, dragon-like monster with blue scales and black wings. It also resembles scorpions and have multiple eyes. The monster attacked various places including Philippines in 1946, Western Australia in 1947, Moansta Island in 1948, New Zealand in 1949, Yap in 1950, and Guam in 1950. Shinomura died in 1954, the same year the nuclear test occurred in 2014's "Godzilla".

One of Monarch's facilities can be seen in Siberia. The movie's marketing team released a video which revealed that the facility is established around a giant ice cap. It can be assumed that the researchers are studying monsters there, given the fact that the location is the same place where real-life nine skiers mysteriously disappeared in 1959.

Other facility is spotted in Wyoming, United States. The place has an active volcano mountain, The Yellowstone Caldera, which is located underneath Yellowstone Lake. Judging from the location, the additional monster could be Obsidius. Obsidius is a volcanic monster which has three horns at the back of its head, no eyes, no mouth, but it has a hole similar to a throat where magma can be expelled from and no real features other than rocky skin. It made an appearance on "Godzilla: Unleashed" video game in 2007.

Monarch is also studying the Bermuda triangle, which has many unsolved mysteries. Numbers of planes and boats have gone missing without a trace in the area. It's possible that monsters live inside the Bermuda Triangle since the location is still mysterious.

"Godzilla: King of the Monsters" is set to be released in U.S. theaters on May 31, 2019.

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