Everything you need to know about live action King Kong
King Kong: the best movies about the giant gorilla
The project would be based on the original King Kong written by Merian C. Cooper and on new novels by Joe DeVito which he produced by collecting the director’s legacy of the first film of 1933. The film should explore the origins of the monster and the mysteries of Skull Islandits place of origin. The project will see Stephany Folsom as executive producer, a role she previously held on the recent Amazon series Paper Girls. In addition to Folson, there will be James Wan, Michael Clear and Rob Hackettwho will be executive producers for the Atomic Monster while Danny Party it will be for World Builder Entertainment. The live action of King Kong which will come up Disney+ (no official date yet) will not be tied to the MonsterVerse that started in 2017 with Kong: Skull Island, so it will be a separate entity. Also, speaking of monsters, the Apple is preparing a tv series about Godzilla and the Titans, with Kurt Russell and his son Wyatt announced among the protagonists.
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As mentioned above, the first official monster movie was released as far back as 1933. Just eight months later, here is the sequel titled King Kong’s son. Then we have to jump forward to 1962 with the opera The Triumph of King Kong Of Ishiro Hondawhich he also directed King Kong – The giant of the forest in 1967. The franchise then restarted in 1976 with King Kong and the sequel King Kong 2 of 1986, both of John Guillermin. In more recent times, however, here is the King Kong of 2005 of Peter Jacksonwith an exceptional cast made up of Naomi Watts, Adrien Brody and Jack Black. Finally, we come to the appearances of the monster in what has been referred to as the MonsterVerse with the aforementioned Kong: Skull Island of 2017 with Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson and Samuel L. JacksonBesides Godzilla II – King of the Monsterswhere Kong makes a brief appearance and finally Godzilla vs. Kong of 2021 with Alexander Skarsgard, Millie Bobby Brown and Rebecca Hall.