Jordan Vogt-Roberts has revealed concept art for a sequence in 'Kong: Skull Island' which would surely have been the most psychedelic ape-related moment since 1968 cult classic, 'Head'.
The writer tweeted the concept art and revealed that 'Skull Island' nearly featured a "trippy LSD dream sequence".
He tweeted, "Since it was 'Nam and the 70s I really wanted to do an LSD dream sequence. Things were going to get trippy. Never was able to shoot it though."
Since it was 'Nam and the 70's I really wanted to do an LSD dream sequence. Things were going to get trippy. Never was able to shoot it tho. pic.twitter.com/ZDpGdsC4nl— Jordan Vogt-Roberts (@VogtRoberts) September 25, 2017
Vogt-Roberts also tweeted out "mood art" for the film's Lake of Fire sequence.
Here's some mood art for the Lake of Fire sequence in Kong. I was kind of obsessed with gas masks. pic.twitter.com/ZCSg7h452J— Jordan Vogt-Roberts (@VogtRoberts) September 25, 2017
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'Kong: Skull Island' stars Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston and Samuel L. Jackson as members of an expedition to an uncharted South Pacific island, who quickly learn that the mysterious land-mass is populated by a collection of gigantic prehistoric monsters that include the massive 100-foot tall ape (King) Kong.