Kong: Skull Island final trailer is FULL of monsters

Ryan Leston
·UK Movies Writer

It’s here – ‘Kong: Skull Island’ just got its final trailer, and it’s absolutely epic.

After teasing a new (and final) trailer for ‘Kong: Skull Island’, the folks at Warner Bros. have really treated us with this crazy, brutal and monster-filled clip. Featuring King Kong himself, it looks as though the colossal King of the Apes is going to be facing plenty of other creatures in his latest adventure.

It even promises to show us exactly how Kong became King.

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“An uncharted island?” says Tom Hiddleston. “Let me list all the ways you’re going to die.”

Hiddleston plays James Conrad – a former Rhodesian SAS captain who served during the Vietnam War. Hired as a hunter-tracker for the expedition to Skull Island, it looks as though he has no idea what he’s getting himself into.

And he doesn’t seem to expect a giant gorilla…

Kong is terrifyingly huge - Credit: Warner Bros.
Kong is terrifyingly huge – Credit: Warner Bros.

“That’s Kong,” says an ominous voiceover. “He’s God on the island.”

The enormous, hulking monster is featured in great detail in the new trailer, in snatched glimpses. And I have to admit, they’ve done an amazing job. The sheer size and scale of the iconic big screen creature is impressive.

Especially when he stacks up against a flock of US army choppers.

Look at the size of that thing! - Credit: Warner Bros.
Look at the size of that thing! – Credit: Warner Bros.

Obviously, fans of creature features will be thrilled to see Kong back on the big screen, but even for the rest of us, there seems to be plenty going on here. There’s already hints at some interesting subplots, and with Samuel L. Jackson and John Goodman on board the expedition, it’s going to be quite some ride.

‘Kong: Skull island’ stars Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, John Goodman, Jing Tian, Toby Kebbell and John C Reilly.

Jordan Vogt-Roberts directed the movie, based on a script by Dan Gilroy and Max Borenstein.

‘Kong: Skull Island’ heads to cinemas on 10 March 2017.

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