While no giant gorilla actually appears in this footage, star Tom Hiddleston has promised us that King Kong will look as he never has before in the film. Nope, Skull Island ain’t no vacation spot.
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We all love King Kong, but one of things that’s great about him is he brings on a great set of other monsters with him. On the big screen, he’s setting up for a showdown with Godzilla, and at Universal Studios Orlando things are getting even crazier.
King Kong has long been a staple of Universal Studios theme parks. From Kongfrontation to his appearances on the Studio Tour tram ride, the Eighth Wonder of the World has always terrorized park attendees. But now, things are getting much, much bigger.
If you think the posters Mondo releases are cool, wait until you see the ones they can’t. For every poster that makes it to print, several alternate versions are canceled, for a slew of different reasons. Once a year, Mondo pulls back the curtain on its most beautiful failures.
Fans of giant monster movies are going to get their dream rematch in the next few years. The upcoming King Kong movie is switching studios so that, eventually, King Kong can fight Godzilla in a massive, big screen showdown.
Remember a few weeks back when the King Kong-prequel film, Kong: Skull Island lost both Michael Keaton and J.K. Simmons from its cast? That definitely seemed like a blow but the two latest names mentioned for the project definitely restore any faith lost at that time.
The upcoming King Kong prequel, Kong: Skull Island, took a gorilla sized gut punch Wednesday when two of its leading actors, Michael Keaton and JK Simmons, left the project.
If you happen to be visiting the Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure in Summer 2016, you can take a trip to Skull Island. And the 1930s.
Go ahead, guess. I can wait here all day for you to try to randomly determine the very bizarre time and place Kong: Skull Island, the sequel to Peter Jackson's King Kong remake, takes place. You won't guess it, though. Hit the jump whenever you've tired yourself out.
Ray Fay gets dressed up in a pink boa and shiny pants and fed to Queen Kong, who falls in love with him. Then the giant ape fights a T-rex for the man she loves, in this completely bonkers clip from the movie Queen Kong. The best bit is where he teaches Queen Kong how to kick a dinosaur in the nuts.
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The King Kong reboot that took everyone by surprise at this year's Comic-Con just got a whole lot crazier—and closer to getting made. Legendary Pictures has announced the director of Skull Island and its brand new star, Tom Hiddleston. This is 100% giving the people what they want.
On Saturday, Legendary announced a new King Kong movie called Skull Island. At the time, that was all we knew. But now, it looks like the studio isn't going to waste any time getting this out there.
Two years ago at Comic-Con, Legendary Pictures gave us a surprise teaser for a Godzilla movie. Now it was King Kong's turn — they showed us a tantalizing glimpse of a new movie called Skull Island... featuring a certain giant ape.
How do you make a King Kong musical? Apparently just like this. Melbourne's Regent Theatre has constructed a giant King Kong for their musical adaptation of the 1933 movie, and it is completely nutso. We love it!
Famous Monsters of Filmland continues to be a must-read magazine. The latest issue not only features a cover story on King Kong's 80th birthday, and a Cthulhu feature, it also has a ginormous section on Gerry Anderson, creator of Thunderbirds, Space:1999 and UFO.
New York is famous as a breeding ground for monsters. As we struggle to cope with the aftermath of a real-life monster, Frankenstorm, it seems only appropriate to escape into fantasy with these eleven tales of metropolitan destruction from beyond time, space, and science.
This week, we reflected on movies that gave us a sense of wonder, and Carlo Rambaldi was a big part of creating science fiction movie wonder. The practical special effects artist, who passed away yesterday at the age of 86, brought E.T., the original Alien xenomorph, the Close Encounters of the Third Kind Greys, and…
Over on Dinosaur Tracking, Brian Switek has posted this most excellent photograph of the robo-zombified head of the Brontosaurus model from the original, 1933 King Kong. The mock-up now resides at The Dinosaur Museum in Blanding, Utah.