PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
A team of scientists explore an uncharted island in the Pacific, venturing into the domain of the mighty Kong, and must fight to escape a primal Eden.
This is the fifth King Kong film in which characters such as Ann Darrow, Carl Denham, and Jack Driscoll do not appear. It is also the second film that is different from King Kong (1933) in terms of plot. The others are sequels to the original, The Son of Kong (1933), the two Toho films,... ...
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When updating Hank Marlow on everything he's missed in the past 29 years, Marlow asks what the man who landed on the moon eats. Victor responds, "Tang, Spam", and Hank just nods and accepts it.
Although Hank would know what Spam was, Tang was not invented until 1957, introduced to the public until 1959, and popular until the mid-1960's. Given Hanks dim-witted curiosity, the chances he wouldn't ask "What's Tang?" are unlikely.
The IMAX intro for the film features the statement "Kong is King", a trip through Skull Island vistas, and Kong's roar.
€1,444,118 (Italy) (12 March 2017)
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