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Legend Holdings Files Patent To Showcase ‘Godzilla x King Kong: The New Empire’ Film In Metaverse

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Legend IP Holdings, the American production company behind the famous monster film “Godzilla x King Kong, has filed new trademark applications. The fantasy film production company plans to showcase its upcoming monster film, “The Empire,” in the metaverse.

Godzilla x King Kong Enters The Metaverse

In a May 8, 2023 blog post, Mike Kondoudis, an accredited intellectual property attorney, confirmed that Legend IP Holdings filed trademark applications with the United States Patents and Trademark Office related to NFTs and metaverse on May 1, 2023.

Established in April 2019, Legend IP Holdings is an American film production company based in Californian, United States. The film production company is renowned for producing fantasy films, including Godzilla vs. Kong in 2021, A sequel to Kong: Skull Island in 2017, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters in 2019.

According to data submitted, Legend Holdings seeks to trademark the terms Godzilla and King Kong and use them to launch virtual products. The monster film production firm has shown interest in establishing motion pictures, video recording, and audio-video recording authenticated with NFTs.

The film production firm has showcased an interest in launching downloadable multimedia files containing artworks relating to film and television programs. It also plans to launch downloadable audio-visual media content in entertainment, film, video, and video gameplay.

Furthermore, Legend IP Holdings has showcased intentions to launch downloadable virtual goods, including computer software programs featuring in-game resources, tokens, and virtual currency for use in the virtual world and recorded video game software authenticated with NFTs.

Metaverse And NFT Patents On The Rise In 2023

In recent weeks, the number of businesses, investors, and institutions spurring to join the NFT space has sharply increased. Last month, Mar Wrigley filed trademark applications with United States Patents and Trademark Office to protect the term JuicyVerse. The chewing gum company showed interest in launching virtual candy in the metaverse.

Other notable companies that have recently applied NFT and metaverse trademark applications include the German chemical giant BASF, English Premier League, German Confectionary giant Haribo, retail giant Walmart, and media behemoth BBC, which filed its trademark application earlier this month.

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