Kong: Skull Island (2017)
Kong: Skull Island Synopsis25 year after King Kong's death in New York, Carl Denham's son runs an expedition to Skull Island and tries to to solve the decade long mystery.
Kong: Skull Island Release Date
In Theaters March 10, 2017
Kong: Skull Island Credits
Starring: Tom Hiddleston
Written by: Max Borenstein and John Gatins
Directed by: Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Produced by: Jon Jashni and Thomas Tull
Distributor: Universal Pictures
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by Eric Eisenberg August 26, 2015 comments
King Kong: Skull Island Picking Up A Fantastic Four Villain
He recently menaced the Fantastic Four from another dimension, and he’s played a sinister bonobo. Now it looks like Toby Kebbell is going to put his particular set of skills to good use as he’s joining another angry monkey movie: Kong: Skull Island.
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Jurassic World Writer Hired To Fix King Kong: Skull Island
Derek Connolly, one of Colin Trevorrow’s frequent collaborators, helped make Jurassic World the third highest-grossing movie of all time in co-writing the script. Can he bring the same magic touch to another island full of monsters?
by Nick Romano August 19, 2015 comments
Brie Larson Confirms Her King Kong: Skull Island Role In The Coolest Way Possible
Even as an up-and-coming young movie star, it's not every day that you get a personal message from King Kong. So when Brie Larson received such a letter, she shared it with the world.
by Brent McKnight August 10, 2015 comments
King Kong: Skull Island Has 3 Great Replacements In Line For Its Cast
Legendary Pictures’ upcoming Kong: Skull Island is a film that is about as dark and mysterious as its titular location. The movie has had some difficulty lining up its cast, but now they have three great actors lined up.
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King Kong Skull Island Is Adding Russell Crowe
Kong: Skull Island may have lost two big stars when Michael Keaton and J.K. Simmons left recently, but don't feel too bad, they're adding another Oscar-winner to the cast.
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Kong: Skull Island Casts Its Female Lead
Last year at San Diego Comic-Con Legendary Pictures announced a film that will take us back to the place where King Kong was first discovered. While there is a great deal we don’t know about the film, there is now a lead actress attached.
by Dirk Libbey July 23, 2015 comments
King Kong Skull Island Just Had Two Of Its Biggest Stars Bail
It seems no one wants to go to Skull Island except for Tom Hiddleston. Two of the film’s biggest stars, Michael Keaton and J.K. Simmons, have now dropped out, leaving Legendary scrambling to fill their spots.
by Nick Romano July 1, 2015 comments
Kong: Skull Island Is Set In This Awesome Time Period
It's still not entirely clear exactly what we should expect from Jordan Vogt-Roberts' upcoming blockbuster Kong: Skull Island - outside of the fact that it has a bunch of explorers visiting the titular location - but now at least one very cool factoid has been released: it will be a period film set in 1971
by Eric Eisenberg January 15, 2015 comments
King Kong: Skull Island Might Add Michael Keaton, Get The Details
In case you hadn't noticed, Michael Keaton's career is on a bit of an upswing. His lead performance in Birdman has earned him tons of critical acclaim, and the truth is that the spotlight hasn't been this bright on him since his Batman days. The turn is leading to plenty of Oscar buzz, but that's not all: he's getting job offers too.
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Kong: Skull Island Just Added One Of The Funniest And Most Intense Actors In The World
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Tom Hiddleston Is Here To Save The King Kong Franchise
When it comes to screen presence, few actors nowadays can compete with the power of Tom Hiddleston. Just look at his work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: playing Loki, he is meant to be second fiddle to the likes of Thor and The Avengers, but he's walked away from all three of his features as one of the most buzzed about elements.
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Peter Jackson Wants Guillermo del Toro For New King Kong Movie, Skull Island
The question that remains is whether or not this is even possible. Del Toro made Pacific Rim for Legendary, a relationship so pleasurable that they opted to move forward with Pacific Rim 2. The director also worked with the company yet again on next year's Crimson Peak. With Skull Island gearing up for a November 2016 release date, is it feasible del Toro could shoot that film before jumping onto Pacific Rim 2 (currently scheduled for 2017)?
by Gabe Toro July 31, 2014 comments
Skull Island Looking At Attack The Block's Joe Cornish To Direct
One could argue no project announcement at this weekend's Comic-Con carried the buzz of Legendary's Skull Island. Legendary's surprise trailer and revelation that this was their big mystery project threw the industry for a loop. The King Kong prequel/spinoff/whatever is now gearing up soon for a 2016 release, which suggests that they already have someone in mind to make it. And wouldn't you know it, that someone big just might be Joe Cornish.
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King Kong To Return To The Big Screen In Skull Island
The big highlights of this year’s Legendary Pictures panel at San Diego Comic-Con were titles like Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, Duncan Jones’ Warcraft and the found footage thriller As Above, So Below, but they also had some big surprises to announce.
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