Introduced in 1961, Godzilla: King of the Monsters market Mothra's first American appearance. It's about time, because Mothra is among the most popular kaiju in this franchise. Like Godzilla, she is considered to be more of a heroic monster, living on Infant Island and protecting its culture. So far we've gotten two shots of Mothra in King of the Monsters. The first show her in her larval form and moving towards Madison Russell's (played by Millie Bobby Brown) outstretched hand, letting the audience know that she's more friendly than the other Titans. The second is Mothra in all her evolved glory unfolding her bioluminescent wings behind a waterfall. It's unquestionably the most majestic shot in the trailer.

Just like they've done many times in the past decades, Godzilla: King of the Monsters' plot synopsis states that Godzilla and Mothra will "collide." However, given who the other starring monsters in this sequel are, even if Godzilla and Mothra come to blows, I doubt that the former will be worrying too much about the latter. Maybe Mothra will be taken off the board early, either by Godzilla or one of the other creatures, or maybe Mothra will ally with Godzilla. Regardless, don't count on Mothra being the most dangerous threat.

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