Kong is back! Lo and behold, the Ape looks really pissed.
An exclusive sneak peeks into Kong: Skull Island takes you on a mission with a team of explorers who risk their lives and logic in a dangerous undertaking deeply rooted on the prehistoric Island that the King of Apes identifies as his home.
Watch as Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson and even more big names are catapulted into the undiscovered world of Kong and the only other creatures treacherous enough to survive side by side with his wrath. If Kong is the only beast you were expecting, you will be terrifyingly satisfied to see that there is much more to this mission than the title leads you to believe.
Loki and his gang ready to take on Kong. Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson in Kong: Skull Island
In under three minutes, your imagination is put into a sensory shock of fear, violence, survival, intrigue and hope. The action-packed trailer leaves you questioning what else takes place on the Island, who survives, and what other monsters may be exposed.
Warner Bros. has unveiled two brand new posters for Kong: Skull Island
Without question, Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. have set the stage and delivered a trailer that has created anticipation both among Kong fans around the world and action movie enthusiasts alike. So beat your fists against your chest when Kong: Skull Island opens in March 2017.
Did you know?
While Kong, in Peter Jackson’s 2005 film version, resembles an enlarged silverback gorilla, the new Kong is closer in appearance to its iconic original, the 1933 King Kong. From its exaggerated features to it being a bipedal creature that walks in an upright position, this is an intentional homage.
The Kongs (clockwise from top left): 2017’s version; 1933’s original version; 2005’s Peter Jackson version
Kong: Skull Island sets the stage for a sequel/crossover, Godzilla vs. Kong, where two of cinema’s most popular monsters face off against each other for the first time in the 21st century. We will first see a sequel to 2014’s Godzilla, coming out in 2019, and the big showdown will take the stage a year later.
Hopefully, a lot more epic than the older one
There is a new ride in Universal Orlando called Skull Island: Reign of Kong. Below is a scene from inside the ride.