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:
Where we're going we don't need drones..... maybe some bones though. BIG bones. pic.twitter.com/OST8PcnVlO— Reel Tours Hawaii (@reeltourshawaii) November 7, 2015
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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