Back in 2014, Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla reboot revealed the existence of Monarch, a secret government agency that investigates giant monsters. And while that other monster film explored their 2014-era doings, the upcoming Kong: Skull Island may explore Monarch’s activities in the ’70s if these new teasers have anything to do with it.
In the inevitable march to a King Kong vs. Godzilla rematch on the big screen (because it’s gotta happen, right?!), Legendary and Warner Bros. have placed five password protected teasers from the Kong: Skull Island trailer that is set to drop later this week on the website Discover Skull Island. The first four clips have now been released on the film’s official Instagram account, and they offer a glimpse of Kong’s impressive size and his destructive power.
The fifth and final clip is currently only available at DiscoverSkullIsland.com, and it offers the first look at the Skullcrawler. If you want to see the first four clips on that website as they appear in Monarch’s records, the passwords are as follows: DESTINATION ACQUIRED, SKYDEVILS, WE DON’T BELONG HERE, ENDANGEREDSPECIES. The new trailer will debut on Wednesday, November 16.
Kong: Skull Island will smash into theaters on March 10, 2017.
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