Dan Gilroy (screenplay), Max Borenstein (screenplay)
Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson
Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
Kong: Skull Island (2017)
A differing group of researchers, officers and travelers join to investigate a legendary, unknown island in the Pacific, as perilous as it is excellent. Cut off from all that they know, the group wanders into the area of the powerful Kong, touching off a definitive fight amongst man and nature. As their main goal of disclosure gets to be distinctly one of survival, they should battle to get away from a primal Eden in which mankind does not have a place
$61,025,472 (USA) (12 March 2017) (3,846 Screens)
$61,025,472 (USA) (12 March 2017)
$146,125,472 (Worldwide) (12 March 2017)
$85,100,000 (Non-USA) (12 March 2017)
$61,025,472 (worldwide) (12 March 2017) (3,846 Screens)
10 March 2017 (USA)
Also Known As:
Kong: Skull Island
$61,015,000 (USA) (10 March 2017)
$66,373,518 (USA) (13 March 2017)
Legendary Entertainment, Tencent Pictures, Warner Bros.
2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
Peter Jackson recommended Guillermo del Toro direct the film during development.
The CH 53E Super Stallion helicopter didn’t begin flight until 1974 and didn’t get to the fleet until 1981.
The opening credits are a montage of 1940-70s news videos.
References Rodan (1956)
Written by Geezer Butler (as Terence Butler), Tony Iommi (as Anthony Iommi), Ozzy Osbourne (as John Osbourne) and Bill Ward (as William Ward)
Performed by Black Sabbath
Courtesy of Downlane Limited
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Jack Chapman / Kong
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Young Marlow / Marlow’s Son