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Legendary Pictures Announces New King Kong Movie “Skull Island”

by Michael Lee

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Briefly: Normally studio panels at comic con like to go out with a big bang, and Legendary Pictures are living up to their names with the new Warcraft and Godzilla 2 announcements. But just before they closed out their panel, the studio announced that they would be doing a new King Kong movie titled Skull Island. Based on that title alone, it seems the film won’t be just another iteration of King Kong, but rather all of the other creaters and inhabitants on the island.

The film has just been announced, so it is still in the early phases of production. For now the studio is tinkering with it, and a full cast and director should be announced once they figure out the logistics to the film.



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