King Kong: Skull Island

King Kong: Skull Island is an exciting remake of the classic. It is not a sequel to the Peter Jackson directed King Kong. This movie takes place in the same realm as Godzilla from Legendary Pictures. This very same production house is responsible for this version of King Kong. Fans of the Godzilla/Kong series are in for a treat with this movie and the follow-up movies. The climax of the series will be reached in 2020 with that epic fight between The King and Godzilla. The only thing that is as thrilling as anticipating the launch of this movie is waiting for the reels to stop spinning while playing online casino slots for real money.

The movie is set in 1971 which places it in the middle of the Godzilla timeline. This is the time between the 1954 Atomic bombing of Godzilla and the 1999 and 2014 events. Expect to see references to the Monarch organisation as the movie’s ties in to the Godzilla movie. This makes the movie an action packed build up to the potentially explosive fight between the two monsters. But before the two-meet onscreen there is yet another Godzilla movie set to be released.

King Kong: Skull Island stars Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson. With a budget of US$190 million, the movie has a moderate production cost. The movie is set to be released on March 10, 2017.

In this version, a group of explorers team up with soldiers as they venture into a mystical Pacific Island. Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts this movie diverts a bit from the traditional storyline. Kong is bigger than ever before, and it’s highly unlikely he will get to see the city lights. There is also a promise of some classic one liners in the movie if the trailer is anything to go by.  

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