The Latest ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Trailer Shows A Lot Of Destruction

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Your second look at Kong: Skull Island is here and there is a LOT of destruction throughout.

On Wednesday (Jan. 12), Warner Bros. released its second international trailer for the upcoming action film and it is definitely full of adrenaline.

The trailer begins Chinese letters scrolling across the screen and someone yelling in Chinese. Then all of a sudden you hear an American voice say, “Is that a monkey?”

Just then the helicopter that was carrying explorers and soldiers is hit and goes down, crashing into the jungle.

The teaser reveals that these explorers (Weaver played by Brie Larson) and military men like Captain James Conrad (played by Tom Hiddleston) are in unchartered areas of the Pacific. There are also soldiers that have descended upon the jungle area, but none of them are prepared for the “monkey” aka King Kong who resides there.

Throughout the clip you see a lot of fire, fighting and fear on everyone’s faces as they try and survive in this new area.

“Kong’s god on this island, but the devil live below us,” a voice says, sending chills down your spine.

One this is clear, monsters do exist, in the form of the gigantic gorilla, Kong, and only time will tell if anyone can defeat him.

Kong: Skull Island hits theaters on March 10, 2017 in the U.S. and March, 25, 2017 internationally.

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