Warner Bros.’ Godzilla vs. Kong was the most anticipated movie in March on the TV Time chart.
The monster flick, which will debut in theaters and on Warner’s streaming service HBO Max March 31, is a sequel to Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Kong: Skull Island and is the fourth film in Legendary Entertainment’s MonsterVerse. It stars Alexander Skarsgård and Millie Bobby Brown.
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Paramount’s The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run came in at No. 2 on the March TV Time anticipated movie chart. In the CGI-animated feature, coming to PVOD and the studio’s streaming service Paramount+ March 4, SpongeBob’s beloved pet snail Gary goes missing and a path of clues leads SpongeBob and Patrick to the powerful King Poseidon, who has Gary held captive in the Lost City of Atlantic City. It features appearances by Keanu Reeves and Snoop Dogg.
Meanwhile, another simultaneous streaming and theatrical debut, Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, took the No. 4. spot. It comes out March 5 on Disney+ via Premier Access for an additional fee. The animated fantasy explores a world where humans and dragons once lived together in harmony, and when sinister monsters known as the Druun threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, those same monsters have returned, and it’s up to a lone warrior to track down the last dragon and stop the Druun for good.
Most Anticipated March Movies
- Godzilla vs. Kong (Warner Bros.) 3.31
- The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (Paramount) 3.4
- Chaos Walking (Lionsgate) 3.5
- Raya and the Last Dragon (Disney) 3.5
- Coming 2 America (Amazon) 3.5
- Zack Synder’s Justice League (Warner Bros.) 3.18
- Moxie (Netflix) 3.3.
- Boss Level (Hulu) 3.5
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