As it stated in “Kong: Skull Island” puts a new spin on the tale of how humans discovered the mysterious Skull Island and the ape who rules over it.
“Kong: Skull Island” roared to $3.7 million at Thursday previews.
“Kong: Skull Island” is the first film to feature the famous ape since Peter Jackson’s “King Kong” in 2005.
Also Read: ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Review: All-Star Monster Movie Satisfies Without Surprising“Kong: Skull Island” is Legendary and Warner Bros.’ second film after “Godzilla” in their monster franchise.
“Kong: Skull Island,” produced for a hefty $185 million before marketing costs, has solid reviews so far.
As it stated in With Kong: Skull Island generating strong reviews before its March 10 release, Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros. already has its sights on the big prize, the eventual Godzilla vs. Kong movie.
Rossio is repped by WME and Dodie Gold Management, McKay and Payne are repped by Verve and Kaplan/Perrone.
Godzilla, released in 2014, was the first entry and Skull Island, during its development, was retrofitted to fold into an overall story.
Beer is repped by WME and Gang Tyre, Vasko by WME, Grandview and Hansen Jacobson.
Legendary, with Warners, are in the middle of their monster universe which is centered around classic silver screen creatures Godzilla and King Kong.
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Critics: ‘Kong: Skull Island’ has flaws but is a ‘hell of a ride’
This weekend, theatergoers will be entertained by one of cinema’s classic monsters, King Kong, in the latest film from Warner Bros.’s MonsterVerse franchise, “Kong: Skull Island.”
Here we break down what the top critics like and dislike about “Kong: Skull Island”: View As: One Page SlidesAt its core, the movie is extremely entertaining.
“‘Kong: Skull Island’ enters with lofty ambitions and style to spare,” wrote The Playlist.
From director Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ great sense of comic timing to the insane happenings on Skull Island, the movie is fun and thrilling.
A departure from the 1933 original and remakes, this one is set in the disruptive Vietnam-era and follows scientists and military as they travel to Skull Island to see what lives on it.
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