‘It’s just a movie’: ‘It’ll be done’ by the end of this year
It’s a bold prediction, but here’s what we know so far: There will be an animated film, the studio says.
The film will be directed by Mitch Hedberg, the director of the Kung Fu Panda reboot and Zootopia, and will be released in 2016.
Hedberg is a big fan of the original film, and he has been working on a follow-up since 2016.
The new film will also feature a new story, new characters and a new villain.
It is not yet known whether the film will feature a female lead or male lead.
The original film was released in 1994 and starred Will Smith and Sandra Bullock.
It is not known when the film is expected to be released.
The reboot of Kong: Skull Island is due to release on October 25, 2019.
You can read the full press release from Warner Bros below:The sequel to the smash hit Kong: Skull II, KONG: SMITH VS THE KRAKEN is now on track to be the biggest film of the year and will be the highest grossing movie of all time.
KONAMI’s KICKSTARTER FOR KONG: Skull is now live and all backers can check out the movie on the Kickstarter page now.
A few hours after it was launched, the project reached its first milestone.
$30,000 had been pledged and over the course of the day it has been more than tripled to $75,000.
This marks a huge milestone for the project, and it is an indication that fans of the film are looking forward to seeing the film.
“We are thrilled that we have exceeded our initial goal,” said Konami CEO Mick Yost in a statement.
“It shows that the passion and devotion that we all have for the franchise is still alive and well.
As a global brand, we know how important it is to create great content and we are honored that fans continue to be so excited about this project.”
It has already surpassed its goal of $10 million, which was set for the first day of the campaign, and it has now exceeded its goal by over $30 million.
So, what’s next?
The film’s cast and crew are also looking forward to the film’s release.
Bobby Cannavale is set to reprise his role as Klaus Kraken, while Channing Tatum is expected to return as the villainous Baron Zemo.
Tatum will also appear in the movie as Baron Krabs, a villainous character who Kraken has used to his advantage.
And Mikkel Kessler will also be returning as Krieg, a badass robot.
There are a few more special guests expected to appear, including Michael Rooker, who played the biker in Kunkka and Jason Statham who played Captain Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis.
Check out the full list of guests below: