With the BTS drama regarding Godzilla, it sure seems like a quick money grab rather than an enthusiasts project.
I hope that's not true. This film will be Godzilla's 60th-anniversary event, and the first G-film in 10 years. So it deserves to be handled with care.
Anyway, the only drama I'm seeing in what I read involves a couple of the producers leaving and suing the studio. That doesn't necessarily reflect on what the director and writers think of the project. The talk of "creative differences" leading to the producers' departure is a disturbing sign, but it's not enough by itself to erase all hope.