Wednesday, January 3, 2018

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King Kong

Recording for King Kong took place in New Zealand from September 2004 to March 2005. The project's budget scaled from an initial $150 million to a then-record-breaking $207 million. It was unconfined on December 14, 2005, in Germany and on December 16 in us, and made an inaugural of $50.1 million. While it achieved lower than predictable, King Kong made national and universal grosses that finally added up to $550 million, flattering the fourth-highest-grossing film in Worldwide Movies past at the time. It also produced $100 million in DVD sales upon its home video announcement. The film gathered positive reviews from critics and seemed on numerous top ten lists for 2005. It was acclaimed for its special effects, presentations, sense of spectacle and comparison to the 1933 original. It won three School Awards for Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Fraternization, and Best Explicit Belongings.


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