King Kong Skull Island

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Series
King Kong Skull Island
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Air Date TBA
Produced by Jonathan Penner,
Stacy Title, Dannie Festa
Distributed by MarVista Entertainment
Channel TBA
Genre Action-Adventure, Fantasy
Episodes TBA
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This article concerns an upcoming subject, and will be updated with new information as it arises.
Do not confuse with Kong: Skull Island.

King Kong Skull Island is a television series currently in development from MarVista Entertainment and IM Global Television. It will be an adaptation of Joe DeVito's literary universe based around the novelization of the original 1933 King Kong, and completely unrelated to the 2017 film Kong: Skull Island. Jonathan Penner and Stacy Title will act as writers and executive producers for the series, with Dannie Festa also executive producing.[1]

Plot

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Episodes

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Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Written by   Jonathan Penner and Stacy Title

Appearances

To be announced

Trivia

  • This will mark the fourth television series starring King Kong, as well as the first series to be live-action.

References

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Toa Hydros

2 months ago
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Huh. Didn't see this coming. Having read the original book (and the comic adaptation) I'm interested in seeing where this goes. The source material gives it serious potential. It'd be nice to have a tv series that revolves around Kong that could actually be taken seriously.
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The Boy Who Cried Godzilla

2 months ago
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This is a bad idea.
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Zakor1138

2 months ago
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Why?
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Titanollante

2 months ago
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What a confusing title.
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The King of the Monsters

2 months ago
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There's probably meant to be a colon in the title, the article just omitted it. Of course, if the actual title is King Kong: Skull Island, it will be even easier to confuse with Kong: Skull Island, and further exhaust the possible permutations of "Kong" and "Skull Island" in titles for media.
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SkullIsland

2 months ago
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I think that's the point. Make the titles similar so people will confuse the two and watch the series thinking its connected to the film.
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Zakor1138

2 months ago
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Exactly. It's meant to capitalize on the success of the new film. Using the book as its source and getting permission from the Cooper estate means they can get away with making this.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

2 months ago
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To be fair, DeVito's works were using titles with "Kong" and "Skull Island" in them before Legendary and Universal did it. Not a good long-term strategy for the show though.
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SkullIsland

2 months ago
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A slightly less confusing title would be "King Kong: Legend of Skull Island"
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SkullIsland

2 months ago
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This should be interesting