Release the Beasts - One Final Trailer for 'Kong: Skull Island' Debuts

February 27, 2017
Source: YouTube

Kong: Skull Island Trailer

"We gotta get out of this place…" Whoa! Oh hell yes! Warner Bros has released one final trailer for Jordan Vogt-Roberts' Kong: Skull Island, which hits theaters everywhere in just a few more weeks. This looks totally awesome, and I can't wait to dive into it and meet the big guy. Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson star with a cast including Samuel L. Jackson, John Goodman, John C. Reilly, Tian Jing, Corey Hawkins, Jason Mitchell, John Ortiz, Thomas Mann, Shea Wigham, Toby Kebbell and Eugene Cordero. The other trailers have shown quite a bit of promise, but with polished VFX this final trailer is all out epic. Vogt-Roberts also commented that he wanted them to make this final trailer in the model of The Handmaiden trailer, and it's fantastic. I'm still floored by some of the amazing shots in this. Watch below.

Here's the third & final trailer (+ poster) for Jordan Vogt-Roberts' Kong: Skull Island, via WB's YouTube:

Kong: Skull Island Poster

You can still watch the first teaser trailer for Kong: Skull Island here, and the second full-length trailer here.

A trip back to the mysterious and dangerous home of the king of the apes, the new film will reportedly follow a team of explorers (led by a character played by Tom Hiddleston), who venture deep inside the treacherous, primordial island to find the leader's brother along with a mythical serum, confronting extraordinary creatures along the way. Kong: Skull Island is directed by American filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts, of the films The Kings of Summer and Nick Offerman: American Ham previously, as well as plenty of TV work before those. The screenplay has credits for Max Borenstein, Derek Connolly, John Gatins and Dan Gilroy. Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros will release Kong: Skull Island in theaters everywhere starting March 10th, 2017 coming up soon. Are you ready for an adventure on Skull Island?

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  • I like it. Count me in.
  • Jon Odishaw
    This looks straight up amazing. From Kings of summer to this. Amazing. The last sequence felt a little too derivative of King Kong 2005 and Pacific rim but whatever.
  • RAW_D
    I wasn't on board with the previous trailers. This one NAILED IT! HOLY CRAP!!! They should've put this out initially!
  • We have no officially seen the whole movie. Thanks for the cash save! 😉
    • Ernie Aguirre
      I just posted the same thing then I saw your comment. Seriously man. Leave us something when we actually watch the movie.
      True, but the spectacle is what I want to see and that's why I will still be in theatres for damn sure.
  • They took guardians of the galaxy as their example for this adrenaline pumping trailer. A certified watch. But loved the Peter Jackson version, it will be hard to top that..
    • Bo
      Actually I thought the 1976 version with Jeff Bridges and Jessica Lange and Charles Grodin was far and away better than Jackson's....and I really like Naomi Watts...however...Jessica Lang was...well...and intentionally so...very, very sexy in the earlier film. It's probably apples and oranges anyway, but they did play that aspect of it up a bit between her and Kong. Cheers.
      • kitano0
        Huh? I remember the only redeeming quality of that version being Lange...and I can watch Tootsie if I want to see her in her prime. And have Geena Davis in her prime as a bonus!
        • Bo
          I know, I can't begin to explain my likings and what not and sure won't when it comes to giant monkey Lange, by the way, was young and in her first movie for this one...probably no where near her prime like she was later...or in Tootsie. She was quite a bit older in Tootsie. I agree with your Geena Davis too, but Lange in King Kong and playing the sexy bit, which she would never do again as she became a very good and very serious actress after that movie, well, she did it well sitting in Kong's hand wet and him blowing her Thanks for your reply.
          • kitano0
            Thanks for you considerate reply,too. More discussion on the 'net should be like this. Yay!, for us!!!
          • Bo
            I know and yes, yay for us because it's possible to do... even easy to do. Thanks again.
      • Same here. it ws a great movie experience back in the day, and it is still effective. Jackson's King Kong started good and then was drowned in overbloated and unnecessary CGI crapfest action scenes.
        • Bo
          Hey tarek. Yea, I agree on the whole bloated Jackson thing and unnecessary CGI stuff, but that's his thing. Later gator.
      • Sorry i don't agree! Found the first hour a bit boring, but the final act amazing and heartwrenching, with top notch CGI...
        • Bo
          That's cool. So now we disagree on both Fury and this Kong movies....and probably a lot more I would think. Again, that's cool. Glad you liked Fury and this Kong movie by Jackson. Cheers!
  • Ernie Aguirre
    Did I just watch the whole movie in that trailer or are they leaving any suprises?
  • shiboleth
    Yeah, very epic and all that. But seriously, what is this? Some kind of lost wilderness in an era when everything is known ..? Some old good traditional colonial view about undiscovered peoples ...
    • What would bother me is to see them play the "Beauty and the Beast" as a plot device once again. Enough!
      • shiboleth
        I am thinking more of 'forbidden love' type. That's what story of Kong was always to me ...
  • Bo
    I'm a Kong fan and love these movies and always, always cheer for Kong to beat the baddie still like John Reilly's line from an earlier trailer...'that's Kong...he's King around here' one had another funny one with the pilot saying...'is that a monkey?' Good stuff so I'm up for the whole thing as they've got the humor going well from all indications so far.
    I'll be damned. Straight Fire!!~
  • TheOct8pus
    This trailer is amazing. I still don't care to see this film in theaters, but kudos to whoever edited this trailer. Top notch
  • Wichita Lineman
    I can't wait! Bring it on NOW!




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