Kong: Skull Island Set Footage Reveals Giant Skeleton

Them bones, them bones...


Pre-production has begun on the forthcoming monster movie Kong: Skull Island in Hawaii. Security is reportedly tight around the production--however, new aerial footage has emerged of the set, revealing what looks like a huge monster skeleton. Check it out below:

The film was shot by Reel Tours Hawaii, and posted on Twitter. Earlier pictures on the same feed revealed the difficulty in getting closer to the set, hence the decision to take to the air.

Last month, it was announced that Kong: Skull Island would form part of an ongoing monster movie series. Following the success of 2014's Godzilla, producers Legendary have teamed up with Warner Bros to create a "shared cinematic franchise", that would also include Godzilla 2 in 2018 and Godzilla Vs Kong in 2020.

Kong: Skull Island is set for a March 2017 release, and will also shoot in Vietnam and Australia. It focuses upon a group of explorers who embark for adventures on a mysterious tropical isle. Thor's Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L Jackson, and John Goodman star, with Jordan Vogt-Roberts directing.

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