King Kong (2005)

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King Kong (2005) french movie poster.

Movie (2005)

Naomi Watts (Ann Darrow)
Adrien Brody (Jack Driscoll)
Jack Black (Carl Denham)
Andy Serkis (the cook Lumpy [and motion capture for Kong])

Also from this series:

King Kong (1933).
King Kong (1976).
Kingu Kongu Tai Gojira.
King Kong Lives.
Kong: Skull Island.

A remake of the 1933 movie with some new facts and a new perception of Kong.

Curtiss F8C-4 Helldiver

If in 1933, the movie used real Curtiss, of course, in 2005 they were computer generated. Neverless, work was done accurately and aircrafts wears the colors of VF-1B "Tophatters" (which used them from 1930 to 1932).

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