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  2. King Kong (2005 film) - Wikipedia

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    King Kong garnered largely positive reviews from critics, and appeared on several top ten lists for 2005. The film was praised for its special effects, performances, sense of spectacle and comparison to the 1933 original, though some criticisms were focused on its 3-hour long run time.

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    Captain Englehorn organizes a rescue party to find Ann and hunt down the beast. The rescue party is caught up in a Venatosaurus pack's hunt of Brontosaurus, and four of them are killed while Jack and the rest of the crew survive. Ann manages to entertain Kong with juggling and dancing, but he does not kill her when she refuses to continue, leaving her instead. The rest of the rescue party come across a swamp. It is here that Bruce Baxter and two others leave the group. The survivors stumble a...

    Peter Jackson was a nine year old in the New Zealand town of Pukerua Bay when he first saw the 1933 version of King Kong. He was in tears in front of the TV when Kong slipped off the Empire State Building. At age 12 he tried to recreate the film using his parents' super-8 camera and a model of Kong made of wire and rubber with his mother's fur coat for the hair but eventually gave up on the project. In 1996, he developed a version that was in pre-production for 6-7 months, but the studio canc...

    1. Jack Black has claimed that he did not wear any make-up at all in the entire movie after hearing a false rumor that Clint Eastwood never wears any make-up in his movies. He also wore a hairpiece during filming rather than going through makeup to achieve the '30s hairdo' look. 1. The insects attacking Jack Driscoll at the canyon bottom are gigantic versions of the Weta, a species native to New Zealand and the namesake of Peter Jackson's production studio. 2. The role of \\"Jimmy\\" played by J...

  4. King Kong (2005) - IMDb

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    Dec 14, 2005 · Directed by Peter Jackson. With Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann. A greedy film producer assembles a team of moviemakers and sets out for the infamous Skull Island, where they find more than just cannibalistic natives.

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  5. Everything good and bad about the 2005 King Kong remake in ...

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    Dec 27, 2015 · Everything good and bad about the 2005 King Kong remake in one scene This movie didn't need to be three hours long — yet it's only good because it's three hours long. By Emily VanDerWerff @emilyvdw...

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    In 1933 New York City at the height of the Great Depression, after a joyous performance vaudeville actress Ann Darrow returns to work in the morning to find the theater closed. Her stage partner Manny tells her to try out for a part in a play she had been eyeing, only for her to find that it had already been cast. The producer sent her to a burlesque theater out of pity, while elsewhere, director Carl Denham sits with another group of bored producers before pitching to them the idea of following a map he had received to an uncharted island to film there instead. However, they are less than thrilled at the prospect of wasting more money on him, and agree to scrap the picture for stock footage. Unwilling to see his art go to waste, Denham grabs his assistant Preston and makes preparations to leave immediately for Skull Island. Preston then informs them that their lead actress had pulled out of the film, and Denham leaves to find a new girl. While examining posters outside a burlesque...

    Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right. 1. Directed by Peter Jackson 2. Written by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson 3. Based on a Story by Merian C. Cooper, Edgar Wallace 4. Produced by Jan Blenkin, Carolynne Cunningham, Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh 5. Music by James Newton Howard 6. Cinematography by Andrew Lesnie 7. Edited by Jamie Selkirk 8. Production Design by Grant Major

    Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow 2. Jack Black as Carl Denham 3. Adrien Brody as Jack Driscoll 4. Thomas Kretschmann as Captain Englehorn 5. Colin Hanks as Preston 6. Jamie Bell as Jimmy 7. Evan Parke as Benjamin Hayes 8. Lobo Chan as Choy 9. Kyle Chandler as Bruce Baxter 10. John Sumner as Herb 11. Craig Hall as Mike 12. Andy Serkis as King Kong (motion capture) / Lumpy

    The marketing campaign for King Kong started in full swing on June 27, 2005, when the teaser trailer made its debut, first online at the official Volkswagen website at 8:45 p.m. EST, then 8:55 p.m. EST across media outlets owned by NBC Universal (the parent of Universal Studios), including NBC, Bravo!, CNBC and MSNBC. That trailer appeared in theatres attached to War of the Worlds, which opened on June 29. Jackson also regularly published a series of 'Production Diaries', which chronicled the making of the film. The diaries started shortly after the DVD release of The Return of the King as a way to give Jackson's The Lord of the Rings fans a glimpse of his next project. These diaries are edited into broadband-friendly instalments of three or four minutes each. They consist of features that would normally be seen in a making-of documentary: a tour of the set, a roving camera introducing key players behind the scene, a peek inside the sound booth during last-minute dubbing, or Andy Se...

    UniversalDVD (2006) 1. Region: Various 2. Discs: 1 or 2 3. Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1) 4. Special Features: Post Production Featurettes (150 minutes), Skull Island: A Natural History documentary (15 minutes), Kong's New York (28 minutes), behind the scenes footage of the Volkswagen tie-in ad (3 minutes) 5. Notes: The single-disc version only has the behind-the-scenes Volkswagen footage as a special feature. UniversalDVD (2006) [200-Minute Extended Cut] 1. Region: Various 2. Discs: 3 3. Audio: English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), Spanish (DTS 5.1), French (DTS 5.1) 4. Special Features: Audio commentary by Peter Jackson and Philippa Boyens, 16 deleted/extended scenes (40 minutes), blooper reel, Production Diary #59 (8 minutes), A Night In Vaudeville featurette (on the casting and filming of the vaudeville scenes), King Kong Homage featurette (guide to references in the film), Pre-Visualization Animatics featurette, "The Pre...

    Director Peter Jackson originally wanted actress Fay Wray, who played Ann Darrow in the original 1933 King Kong, to make a cameo at the end of the film and deliver the iconic line "It was beauty ki...
    The scene where Denham and Preston are discussing possible replacements for the actress who dropped out of their film references both Fay Wray and King Kong creator/director/producer Merian C. Cooper:

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    The first movie was produced to try and cash in on the 2005 King Kong remake and that same year, Toon Disney's "Jetix" would air not only this movie, but the original series as well to also take advantage of the 2005 movie's release. Kong: King of the Apes (2016–2018)

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    Universal Studios had planned to do a King Kong remake as far back as 1976. They finally followed through almost 30 years later, with a three-hour film directed by Peter Jackson. Jackson opted to make Kong a gigantic silverback gorilla without any anthropomorphic features.

  9. King Kong's Height in Each Movie | CBR

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    Jan 25, 2021 · King Kong (2005): 25 Feet King Kong was significantly updated in Peter Jackson's three-hour-long 2005 remake that was praised for its special effects. Jackson upon the character, confirming that he belonged to the fictitious Megaprimatus species, which was said to have evolved from a real genus of apes known as the Gigantopithecus.

  10. Every King Kong Movie (In Chronological Order) | ScreenRant

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    Nov 27, 2020 · 5 King Kong (2005) Kong gets the contemporary, big-budget treatment in Peter Jackson's epic King Kong . Considered a second remake of the 1933 movie, it stars Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow and Jack Black as Carl Denham.

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