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KING KONG fun film facts - SPOILERS AHEAD!

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  • KING KONG fun film facts - SPOILERS AHEAD!

    'King Kong' abounds with fun facts for fanboys By Susan Wloszczyna, USA TODAY

    From the winking tributes to the 1933 original to the co-pilot cameos in the attacking biplanes, Peter Jackson has tucked all manner of trivia into his three-hour-and-seven-minute King Kong. Some of the more notable nods (warning: spoilers ahead):

    Did you know that Jack Black, as director Carl Denham, drops many references in King Kong?Universal Studios

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    KongKongBraindead (aka Dead AliveKongKong KongThe Shawshank RedemptionKong, can be spied in Times Square. Archival photos of New York City, circa 1933, showed a promo for Columbia Pictures in that spot. "We did try to make it Columbia," Jackson says. "They wanted to be paid a huge amount of money. So we went with Universal," which let him use a sign for free.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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