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The ship leaves just in time for Denham to escape the police, who have been sent by Denham's angry studio bosses, and sets off on a voyage to what Ann and Jack believe to be Singapore.Along the way, Denham reveals they're actually heading for Skull Island, a place unknown to the outside world that Denham believes will make for some spectacular footage for his production.
Meanwhile Ann, a fan of Jack's plays, begins to fall in love with the playwright.
King Kong is the three-time 2006 Academy Award-winning remake of the original 1933 King Kong film about a fictional giant ape called Kong.
It was directed by Peter Jackson, produced by Jackson and Fran Walsh, written by Jackson, Walsh and Philippa Boyens, and its cast included Naomi Watts in the role of Ann Darrow, Jack Black as Carl Denham, Adrien Brody as Jack Driscoll and through performance capture Andy Serkis as Kong.
In 1933, Great Depression-era New York City, actress Ann Darrow has just lost her job at the local theatre and is faced with dancing at the local burlesque show to survive.
Meanwhile, film director Carl Denham faces the cancellation of his latest movie because of his unorthodox methods and approach to filmmaking.
After Carl recruits Ann to replace his leading lady, who joins the film because of the presence of her favorite writer Jack Driscoll, they set sail to evade the police and journey to a remote Indian Ocean island known as Skull Island to find the legendary creature known as Kong.
The film's budget climbed from an initial 0 million US to a record-breaking 7 million.
With a huge marketing campaign and many commercial tie-ins, the December 14, 2005 release was all-encompassing for the movie market, and was seriously challenged only by its other major competitor, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
The film made a modest opening of .1 million, and significantly underperformed expectations at the box office.
Nonetheless, Kong turned out to be very profitable as ticket and DVD sales combined, the film earned well over 0 million, becoming the fourth-highest grossing movie in Universal Pictures history.
It recieved positive reviews, which some considering it one of the all-round best movies of 2005, though it has been criticized for its excessive length at three hours and eight minutes.
It won Academy Awards for visual effects, sound mixing, and sound editing.