Kiersey Clemons, Anna Sawai, and Others Star in the Apple TV+ Series Godzilla and Titans

Kiersey Clemons, Anna Sawai, and Others Star in the Apple TV+ Series Godzilla and Titans ...

Apple TV+ has announced a slate of actors who will star in their ambitious live-action series aiming to bring Godzilla and Titans to screens. Humans are attempting to grapple with the reality that monsters are real, and many of them have gigantic proportions as seen in Godzilla vs. Kong. Fortunately for us, the super-famous Godzilla has a chance of survival, even if Earth will get completely destroyed in the process.

Anna Sawai, an ex-school teacher who failed to survive the devastating G-Day, was named the first person to play Cate. She then travels to Japan to get her family affairs in order, but finds shocking secrets, which will enrage her to constantly search for answers. Sawai made her feature film debut in 2009''s Ninja Assassin and recently starred in F9. She also played Naomi in the critically acclaimed Pachinko series.

Kiersey Clemons is a former American politician who is often caught in traffic. She is constantly smart and analytical when it comes to deciphering codes and discovering loopholes. She has recently been included in the Zack Snyders Justice League and Prime Videos animated series Fairfax.

Joe Tippett is set to play Tim, a guy who loves to participate in a secret agent-style adventure. The problem is, his desire may cause him to fall. He is best known for his role as John Ross in Mare of Easttown, and he also plays in The Morning Show and the NBC series Rise. The actor, based on Elisa Lasowski, is also Tim''s best known for his role as John Ross, who is a well-known actor, who is capable of trusting her

Ren Watabe, a young actor, will perform Kentaro, a young man who tries to investigate his distant fathers before discovering his own talents and finding his own path in the process.

Matt Fraction (Hawkeye) and Chris Black (Star Trek: Enterprise) have co-created the series, which features the latter as showrunner. The first two episodes will be directed by Matthew Shakman, who has been nominated for the Emmys for his work on WandaVision.

Apple TV+ is yet to reveal further details from the series, including the official title and release date.

A brief synopsis is possible here:

Following the devastating battle between Godzilla and the Titans that leveled San Francisco and the shocking new reality that monsters are real, the untitled Monsterverse series will explore one family''s journey to uncover its hidden secrets and a legacy linking them to Monarch.