IM Global Television and MarVista Entertainment, two independent studios, have announced their intentions to create a television series based off the works of Merian C. Cooper’s King Kong (1932) and DeVito ArtWorks’ Skull Island. This series is aptly titled King Kong Skull Island.
It will not be set in the same universe as Warner Bros’ recent Kong: Skull Island, but instead will be a continuation of the classic King Kong franchise.
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