Currently being filmed in Hawaii, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ Kong: Skull Island is struggling to keep hold of its secrets. These sneaky set photos come courtesy of Reel Tours Hawaii, and show a Skull Island settlement, as well as a big-ass jawbone. In one snap, we even see a sign insisting that no cameras be used in the area. The cheeky buggers.
Kong: Skull Island’s plot has managed to stay more-or-less under-wraps however, although it is reported to centre on King Kong’s origins. Coming Soon have told readers that they can expect an action adventure set on a “treacherous, primordial island.” And that really is about all we’ve got to go on at the moment, giving these images more value.
With a scheduled UK release of March 10th 2017, the blockbuster’s big name cast is headed by Brie Larson and Tom Hiddleston, and also features John Goodman, Toby Kebbell, Samuel L. Jackson and John C. Reilly.
Kong: Skull Island will almost certainly not be the last we see of the ‘8th Wonder of the World’ in the coming years, although Neil Marshall’s long-rumoured Skull Island: Blood of The Kong seems to be entirely dead. Which sucks, ‘cause the director of The Descent directing a King Kong film is too exciting a prospect for words.