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Peter Jackson's Video Diary @

Peter Jackson's Video Diary @

KongisKing.Net - produced by the team from Scoop content partner - have achieved the movie fansite publicity coup worthy of the new century.

On the website King Kong Director Peter Jackson is filing (almost daily) video diary reports updating his fans on how the shooting is going. So if you are interested in the inside story from Miramar there is only one place to go.

The following are the blurbs that go with the daily video diaries filed by Peter and his team so far…. Click on the link above and look at the right hand side of the page for links to the Quick Time files. Enjoy!!!

- Scoop Co-Editor Alastair Thompson

King Kong Production Diary: Day 8

Day 8 of Peter Jackson's production diary features Academy Award Winning VFX Photographer, Alex Funke giving us a sneak peek at one of the trees from Skull Island!!! He then heads down to the Venture set where we catch Jack Black (Carl Denham) in full costume using a genuine classic film camera. Take a look!

King Kong Production Diary: Day 7

Day 7 of Peter Jackson's production diary takes us inside Studio B (famous as the interior of Bag End in LOTR) and into the interior of the Venture! We get a first hand look at the narrow passage-ways and less-than-firstclass living quarters. Among the many crew we meet in this clip, you'll see Academy Award winning Cinematographer Andrew Lesnie! (Quicktime needed)

King Kong Production Diary: Day 6

Day 6 of Peter Jackson's production diary brings us a rainy day in Wellington. Adrien Brody and Jack Black are 'at sea' on the Venture and PJ gives us a tour of the boat. Be sure to check out Brody blowing away in the wind and the patented 'Sea-Walk' technique they've developed!

King Kong Production Diary: Day 4

Peter Jackson updates his video production diary with this latest entry for Filming a scene with Jack Black and Naomi Watts, Peter takes a time-out to give us a quick look at the diner set, including some of the patrons' meals! Also be sure to watch a very special message from Black and Watts, in full costume, to the fans!

King Kong Production Diary: Day 1

Peter Jackson welcomes you to! Take a look at the video from PJ down in New Zealand. He stands aside the 'Venture', the ship that will bring Kong to the new world. In front of a massive blue screen and waiting for sunset, PJ gives us an EXCLUSIVE first look at King Kong!


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