King Kong

Peter Jackson's remake of Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack's 1933 KING KONG is twice as long as the original and uses every trick of modern technology to resurrect not one but two lost worlds — the neverland of Skull Island as well as 1930s Manhattan — while remaining faithful to the original's fairy-tale heart. Manhattan, 1933: Egocentric more

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Director (1 Credit)
Source (2 Credits)
Merian C Cooper
Producer (4 Credits)
Carolynne Cunningham
Jan Blenkin
Co-Producer (2 Credits)
Eileen Moran
Assoc. Producer (1 Credit)
Annette Wullems
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Editor (2 Credits)
Jamie Selkirk
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Grant Major
Art Director (2 Credits)
Joseph Bleakley
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
Dan Hennah
Costumes (1 Credit)
Casting (4 Credits)
Dan Hubbard
Liz Mullane
Victoria Burrows
Special Effects (4 Credits)
Brian Van't Hul
Christian Rivers
Joe Letteri
Sound (6 Credits)
Christopher Boyes
Ethan Van der Ryn
Hammond Peek
Michael Hedges
Michael Semanick
Choreography (1 Credit)
Shona McCullagh
Make Up (2 Credits)
Peter Swords-King
Stunts (3 Credits)
Kirk Maxwell
Shane Dawson