For Peter Jackson's remake of King Kong, Weta Workshop conceptualised the environments, fauna and flora of Skull Island, the dinosaurs, creatures and natives of this inhospitable land, and of course the giant gorilla himself, Kong. The Workshop produced the scannable maquettes of the creatures, the miniatures, special make-up effects, native costuming and weapons for the film.
Weta Collectibles also created a stunning range of high-end collectible sculptures based on the movie, created by the same artists and craftspeople to have worked on the film.
In addition, Weta Publishing released its first book The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island, offering readers a deeper look at the massive and complex ecosystem devised for the movie.
I love this movie...
I didn't think I would - I'm not exactly a sucker for... Read more.
I didn't think I would - I'm not exactly a sucker for movies where I know the ending (I've always wanted to see a version of Titanic where the ship arrives safely in New York).
By the same token - in King Kong, I can't stop rooting for the large ape. Hide.
0 of 0 people found this useful.