Warner Bros. and Legendary are teaming up on a 2020 movie “Godzilla vs. Kong,” representing the official unification of the two monster franchises. The companies jointly announced Wednesday that the…
While most studios in Hollywood are betting on superheroes to save the box office, Universal Pictures is doubling down on creature features. This month, the studio acquired rights to Anne Rice's "The…
Legendary Entertainment is developing a movie based on Skull Island, better known as the home of King Kong. The pic is scheduled to be released on November 4, 2016. While the film isn’t expected to…
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With the eyes of the Gotham theater industry focused on the current Tony race, you might not notice that in an under-the-radar Down Under locale, there's a big new stage show swinging into production.
The Aussie tuner incarnation of "King Kong" has tapped Marius de Vries, the composer and arranger for pics including "Moulin Rouge" and "Romeo + Juliet," to oversee the score of the brewing stage…
Global Creatures, the team behind the successful arena adaptation of the BBC's "Walking With Dinosaurs" series, has announced its King Kong musical will bow in Melbourne's Regent Theater in 2013.
Two years after being destroyed in a devastating fire, King Kong is roaring back to life on Universal's backlot.
UIP's "King Kong," the final entry in the major studios' holiday onslaught of seasonal blockbusters, wasn't quite as much of a monster as Universal might have hoped internationally. But Peter…
It's the Return of the King all over again, and he's got a dazzling Queen. Almost too much of a good thing, Peter Jackson's remake of the film that made him want to make movies is a super-sized…
Given TCM's stellar track record with docus devoted to stars and filmmakers, this look at "King Kong" director Merian C. Cooper is well timed but something of a letdown, proving neither fish nor fowl…