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SKULL ISLAND Hits HBO!! No SNL!! Saturday TV Talkback!!

SKULL ISLAND Hits HBO!! No SNL!! Saturday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts (“Kings of Summer”) and released to cinemas March 10, “Kong: Skull Island” received positive reviews from 73 percent of “top critics” polled by the Rotten Tomatoes website. Premiering tonight: Checked Inn (OWN) Nov. Show More Summary

Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk shows: 'Kong: Skull Island' on HBO

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What Would Movie Monsters Actually Sound Like?

2 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Movie monsters typically resemble real-life animals in some way, or in the case of movies like Kong: Skull Island they look just like giant-sized versions of real critters, making them terrifying in a more realistic way. Viewers assume...Show More Summary

Metal Gear Solid Movie Finds its Screenwriter

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

It appears the Metal Gear Solid movie is finally gaining some traction. Variety reports that Jurassic World screenwriter Derek Connolly has been tapped to pen the video game adaptation. Kong: Skull Island director […] The post Metal Gear Solid Movie Finds its Screenwriter appeared first on Geek.com.

Metal Gear Solid Gets Jurassic World & Kong: Skull Island Screenwriter

Metal Gear Solid is taking one more step closer to getting made. According to Variety, Derek Connolly, one of the writer’s behind 2015’s box office hit, Jurassic World, has been hired by Sony to write the latest draft of the video game adaptation. RELATED – Metal Gear Solid Movie Will ‘Fuse A Couple Different Storylines […]

Kong: Skull Island writer and director reuniting for Metal Gear Solid movie

Way back in 2014, years before he directed Kong: Skull Island, Jordan Vogt-Roberts was attached to direct a movie version of Metal Gear Solid, the first game in what is arguably the greatest video game series of all time for people who like walking tanks, global conspiracies, elderly terrorists who dress like… Read more...

Jurassic World’s Derek Connolly Writing Metal Gear Solid Script

He's reteaming with his Kong: Skull Island director Jordan Vogt-Roberts The post Jurassic World’s Derek Connolly Writing Metal Gear Solid Script appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

It’s All Adventure and Mystery in Kong: Gods of Skull Island

“In this stand-alone Kong story, the year is 1912, and a wealthy humanitarian has traveled to Skull Island with the purpose of civilizing the native Tagatu living there. Although the Tagatu accepts his […] The post It’s All Adventure and Mystery in Kong: Gods of Skull Island appeared first on Geek.com.

Kong: Gods Of Skull Island #1 Review

If you enjoy an action-filled rumination on man vs. nature (with the King himself included!), you'd do well to pick up Kong: Gods of Skull Island. The post Kong: Gods Of Skull Island #1 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.

Kong: Gods of Skull Island #1

1912: A team travels to Skull Island to civilize the native Tagatu… BOOM! Studios’ Kong: Gods of Skull Island #1 Phillip Kennedy Johnson & Chad Lewis. The post Kong: Gods of Skull Island #1 appeared first on CBR.

The Creepy Kong: Skull Island Monster That Almost Showed Up In The Movie

An unused design for a monster in Kong: Skull Island has just debuted online, and it's enough to seriously make your skin crawl.

The Trippy Kong: Skull Island Scene The Director Had To Cut

Kong: Skull Island did a lot to distinguish itself from previous King Kong movies, but the trippy scene director Jordan Vogt-Roberts had to cut from the movie would have been especially bizarre.

This Terrifying Sea Monster Was Almost in ‘Kong: Skull Island

Not that Kong: Skull Island necessarily needed more monsters, as it was loaded with awesome ones, but director Jordan Vogt-Roberts just shared a concept sketch for a creature that almost made it into the film… and goddamn, we kinda wish it did! “Here’s an unused creature design for Kong,” Vogt-Roberts tweeted. “There was a whole […]

Kong: Skull Island’ Director Shares Concept Art for Unused LSD Dream Sequence

Kong: Skull Island was almost even crazier. In my review of Kong: Skull Island here on BD, I gave the film 5 out of 5 skulls because I felt it was everything anyone could have possibly wanted it to be. Doing away with the traditional King Kong movie, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts set his reboot during […]

Godzilla 2 Just Shared Its First Look At The King Of The Monsters

Fans of giant movie monsters are all very excited for the growing Monsterverse currently underway at Warner Bros. Godzilla started it all but it was really the recent Kong: Skull Island that kicked the franchise into high gear.

Brie Larson finds strength in lightness and whimsy with 'Unicorn Store'

At a moment when her acting career is in full bloom — with her Academy Award-, Golden Globe- and Spirit Award-winning performance in “Room,” a starring role in this year’s “Kong: Skull Island” and an upcoming turn as the title character in anticipated superhero adaptation “Captain Marvel” — Brie...

Watch: Jordan Vogt-Roberts' Live-Action Trailer for 'Destiny 2' Game

"It's time to bring out the big guns." Time for something a bit different than the movie trailers we normally see, but still totally fun. Filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts (director of Kong: Skull Island and The Kings of Summer) has made a live-action trailer for the new video game Destiny 2 from Bungie. Show More Summary

Honest Trailers Crushes Kong: Skull Island

In the Honest Trailer trailer for Kong: Skull Island, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts completely tears his own movie apart. The post Honest Trailers Crushes Kong: Skull Island appeared first on CBR.

The Director Of Kong: Skull Island Gives Some Harsh, Funny Criticisms Of His Own Film

Video. We love it when filmmakers admit they have made mistakes, but none have done it quite like this. More »      

Kong: Skull Island’ Honest Trailer: Jordan Vogt-Roberts Mocks His Own Movie This Time

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Not too long ago, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts went on a lengthy rant about the sin against cinema that is Cinema Sins and their ongoing “Everything Wrong with…” web series that puts together painfully long videos that attempt to be clever while pointing out all the things that are “wrong” with big Hollywood movies. Show More Summary

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