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'King Kong' Live-Action Series in Disney+ Works

Disney+ is exploring the Skull Island tour.

Streamer is in the early stages of live-action development King Kong series. The project for Disney-branded television will be based on the 1933 film conceived by producer and director Merian C. Cooper and the latest novel co-produced by artist Joe DeVito with Cooper’s properties .

Stephany Folsom (Paper Girls for Prime Video) with James Wan ( to write and executive produce) Aquaman ), Michael Clear and Rob Hackett (via their Atomic Monster banner) and Dannie Festa of World Builder Entertainment.

This King Kong has nothing to do with Legendary Entertainment’s Monsterverse series, which has released two movies featuring the Giant Ape ( Kong: Skull Island and Godzilla vs. Kong ), currently working on a TV project on Apple TV+ and Netflix animation shows .

The Disney+ Project is a serial adventure that will return to Skull Island to explore the myths and mysteries of the House of Kong.

The King Kong received by critics and A hit with audiences, and groundbreaking special effects for its depiction of King Kong. It was remade twice, in 1976 (directed by John Guillermin) and (Directed by Peter Jackson) . Rights to characters are complicated; Legendary films only use the “Kong” part of the name to refer to the great ape.

Verve, Kaplan/Perrone and Yorn Levine represent Folsom. Wan is represented by CAA, Stacey Testro International and Myman Greenspan.

Deadline first reported the news.




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