“It was the acting to nothing, having to act to absolutely like a brick wall,” the teenage star Dennison told TheWrap. “I was standing, and I’d be like, what am I doing with my life? I am talking to a tennis ball. It turned out really great, the CGI is amazing.”
Dennison gave a shout out to “Godzilla vs. Kong’s” visual effects team Weta Digital, which shares Dennison’s hometown in Wellington, New Zealand. But he admitted that in the early going that Godzilla, Kong and the other monsters he has to evade didn’t always look as impressive as they do on screen now.