Godzilla ‘MonsterVerse’ Series Lands ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘WandaVision’ Director

Follows the thunderous battle between Godzilla and the Titans that leveled San Francisco and the shocking new reality that monsters are real.


Legendary Entertainment has announced the upcoming Godzilla MonsterVerse series coming to the Apple Plus streaming service has landed Matt Shakman, known for WandaVision and Game of Thrones, as a director of the first two episodes.

“Matt Shakman (WandaVision, GameofThrones) is coming on board to direct the first two episodes of the upcoming live-action MonsterVerse series on AppleTV Plus,” Legendary announced on its social networks.

Worth a mention that the show is airing on Apple Plus instead of HBO Max where Godzilla vs. Kong can be found probably because Apple offered Legendary more money for the series.

Godzilla Apple Plus TV Series Legendary MonsterVerse

MonsterVerse series explores one family’s journey to uncover its buried secrets

Details for the MonsterVerse series include it is a new original live-action series that follows the thunderous battle between Godzilla and the Titans that leveled San Francisco and the shocking new reality that monsters are real, the series explores one family’s journey to uncover its buried secrets and a legacy linking them to the secret organization known as Monarch. 

The untitled Monsterverse series will be produced by Legendary Television and executive produced by co-creators Chris Black (“Star Trek: Enterprise,” “Outcast”), who will also serve as showrunner, and comic book writer Matt Fraction (“Hawkeye”), alongside Safehouse Pictures’ Joby Harold and Tory Tunnell, and Toho Co., Ltd. Hiro Matsuoka and Takemasa Arita will executive produce for Toho. Toho is the owner of the Godzilla character and has licensed the rights to Legendary for this series as a natural byproduct of their long-term relationship on the film franchise.

Legendary’s Monsterverse is an expansive story universe of multi-layered experiences centering around humanity’s battle to survive in a world that is under siege by a catastrophic new reality — the monsters of our myths and legends are real. Beginning in 2014 with “Godzilla” and continuing with 2017’s “Kong: Skull Island,” 2019’s “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” and 2021’s “Godzilla vs. Kong,” Monsterverse films have accumulated close to two billion dollars globally at the box office and is ever expanding with the latest iteration being a new anime series, “Skull Island.”

The untitled Monsterverse series will premiere globally on Apple TV+ alongside an expanding offering of sweeping, world-building dramas including the upcoming “Wool,” based on Hugh Howey’s New York Times best-selling trilogy of the same name; “Foundation,” based on the award-winning novels by Isaac Asimov, and created by David S. Goyer; “Invasion,” a new sci-fi drama series from Academy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy Award-nominated producer Simon Kinberg and David Weil; and post-apocalyptic series “See,” starring Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista and Alfre Woodard.