Back in December of 2018, folks on the internet realized that the movie Blade Runner is set in the year 2019. Reactions to that news were as hilarious as one would expect and we somehow survived.
Now, however, people are starting to remember that the movie Pacific Rim about an apocalypitc war between humans and monstrous sea creatures takes place in the year 2020.
The reactions to this revelation are priceless in their lack of shock at the potential for a Kaiju and his horde of sea monster pals to emerge from an interdimensional portal on the bottom of the Pacific Ocean called “The Breach” at some point this year.
Should that actually happen, many people out there believe it wouldn’t even be the most shocking news they have heard this year.
(And yes, technically, a Kaiju emerged in the movie before 2020, but the fights against them specifically begin to take place in the year 2020.)
Honestly with everything that's happened this year I doubt pacific rim kaiju's wouldn't even surprise me.— David Fischer (@david_SXR123) May 12, 2020
I'd see the news and be like "Oh, would you look at that. This might as well happen too!"
I feel like the arrival of kaiju would actually be TOO GOOD of news for 2020— Misandrosaurus Bex (@bexone) May 12, 2020
if the kaiju suddenly pop up tomorrow, i wouldn't even question it.— ᴋɪsᴍᴇᴛ 🍂 @ semi-hiatus (@starwuxian) May 12, 2020
i fully expect it at this point 😔— intellectual 🚷 dumbassery (@bewaarerats) May 11, 2020
June. They shall arrive in June— COViLeggy-19™ (@CertifiedLeggy) May 12, 2020
ive heard kaiju blue is a cure for rona— ʕ 🤘 •`ᴥ•´ʔ🤘 (@matensii) May 12, 2020
Honestly it would be a huge improvement on this year is going— Executed in Central Park💀 (@N_feaj) May 12, 2020
Honestly the only reason I will be making a beach trip this summer— Lindo @ Essential Workin' (@LunarReflector) May 12, 2020
Gotta find who's drift compatible with me. 👁👁💦💦— uglychui |NSFR| (@uglychuii) May 11, 2020
If it gives us giant fighting mechs I'll call it a success— niki @ cloud loving hours (@Niki_fury) May 12, 2020
Darn right we are. You tell ’em, Idris.