A secret government organization mounts an expedition to Skull Island, an uncharted territory in the Pacific. Led by an explorer (John Goodman) and a lieutenant colonel (Samuel L. Jackson), the group recruit a disillusioned soldier (Tom Hiddleston) and a photojournalist (Brie Larson) to investigate the island's peculiar seismic activity. But once there, they discover that Skull Island is home to a gigantic ape called King Kong, and find themselves caught up in an ongoing war between the beast and the area's indigenous predators. Jordan Vogt-Roberts directed this reboot of the classic monster franchise.
John Gatins - American Actor/"Leprecha"
Andy Gill - Stunts; Stunts Coordinator
Dan Gilroy - Screenwriter/"Freejack"
Peter Afterman - Music Supervisor, LARA CROFT: CRADLE OF LIFE
Jacques Haitkin - Director of Photography
Industrial Light and Magic
Tom Johnson - SOUND\"FORREST GUMP"
Spiro Razatos - Stunt Coordinator
Maurice K. McGuire
Larry Fong - Dir. of Photography, 300, (2007)
Tom Myers - Sound/Sound Designer
Doug Meerdink - PRODUCTION DESIGNER
Al Nelson - Sound/Sound Designer; Composer (Music Score)
Margaret Yen - Music supervisor
George Cottle Jr.
Jill Brooks - Visual Effects Producer
Onofrio Nino Pansini
Henry Jackman - Composer
Toan Joshua Nguyen
John Goodman - American Film/TV Actor
Samuel L. Jackson - American actor, PULP FICTION
Richard Jenkins - American actor
John C. Reilly - American Supporting Actor
Beth Kennedy - Actor, JEROME (1998)
Shea Whigham - TIGERLAND
Brie Larson - Actor, SLEEPOVER (2004)
Robert Taylor - Actor - "Some Mother's Son"
Dat Phan - Standup Comedian, "Last Comic Standing"
Toby Kebbell - Actor DEAD MAN'S SHOES (2006)
James Michael Connor
Tom Hiddleston - Actor
Thomas Middleditch - Actor
Marc Evan Jackson
Jason Mitchell - Actor
Thomas Mann - Actor, ;
Corey Hawkins - Actor
Daniel Malone - Actor
Glenn Kiwi Hall - Actor
3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his the biggest Kong has ever been on screen....Fur and sinew moving naturally, he feels tangible -- as though he really is swatting helicopters out of the sky or taking a moment to admire the Southern Lights." - 03/02/2017 Empire
3 stars out of 5 -- "Jordan Vogt-Roberts keeps proceedings energetic and fantastically absurd....The action is slickly staged and thrillingly kinetic, with a pleasing tactility to the effects work, while the exotic location shoot pays dividends." - 03/03/2017 Total Film
"Its a KING KONG movie -- a state-of-the-art monster mash, complete with giant bugs and prehistoric menaces and dwindling human numbers." -- Grade: B - 03/07/2017 A.V. Club
3 stars out of 4 -- "The monsters are brilliantly designed and skillfully animated, and the army of visual and sound effects artists convince you that that these CGI titans live and breathe and weigh hundreds of tons." - 03/10/2017 RogerEbert.com
"The filmmakers fold a lot of moody detail into the introductions, including real locations and the fog of war..." - 03/09/2017 New York Times
3 stars out of 4 -- "[A] creature feature that's damn near irresistible....It's a rip-roaring rumble in the jungle." - 03/07/2017 Rolling Stone
"[A] big, noisy B-movie infused with moments of wit and sprightly visual sophistication, anchored by what surely must be the most enormous version of King Kong since the giant ape made his screen debut in 1933." - 03/09/2017 Washington Post
"The surprise is that SKULL ISLAND isnt just 10 times as good as JURASSIC WORLD; its a rousing and smartly crafted primordial-beastie spectacular." - 03/02/2017 Variety