Before Adam Wingard dealt with “Godzilla vs. Kong”, Peter Jackson made “Skull Island” himself.
“Godzilla vs. King Kong” marked the director Adam Wingard’s entry into the field of film production dominated by visual effects, but it turns out that the transition from his independent studio to a film studio was originally scheduled to be approximately It was done ten years ago. Not only that, it will also be carried out in the 2005 remake of “King Kong” by Peter Jackson. Jackson became interested in Wingard because the filmmaker’s breakthrough horror film “You’re Next” caused a sensation.
“I think in many ways, [me not having to do a pitch for ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’], We have to go back to around 201
Wingard continued: “This will be called’Skull Island’. Simon Barrett will write it. Mary Parent, who now runs and produced the legendary movie, participated in it. But the movie was released in Universal Pictures, and the “King Kong” copyright was eventually released in Warner Bros. in some way. That movie went aside, and so did I. Jackson firmly caught Mary Parent heart of.”
Warner Bros. finally launched its own version, Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Jordan Vogt-Roberts) 2017 “Kong: Skull Island”, and will board Wingard’s “Godzilla vs. King Kong.” The filmmaker told IndieWire that upgrading him to a film studio director has always been his goal, but not for reasons you might think of.
Wengerd said to IndieWire’s Kate Erbland: “I don’t think I will ever become an independent film producer.” “I have been trying to achieve this for many years. My original intention to become a film producer was to try to produce large-scale Hollywood fantasy science fiction movies. Those are the movies that inspired me to make movies, “Star Wars” movies, “Alien” movies. I can’t wait to take advantage of the potential power that this might give me so I can go back and make more controllable My little movie.”
“Godzilla vs. Kong” is now playing in theaters and on HBO Max.