The team of filming the highly-anticipated blockbuster “Kong: Skull Island” have been in Vietnam to start their filming at some of the country’s most breathtaking locations.
According to the filmmaking team, the filmmaking stage in Vietnam will last until the end of March, starting with Phong Nha Cave in Central Vietnam. The crew will then move to Trang An – Tam Coc which is a complex of mountain and river site in Ninh Binh and finally Halong Bay. Such locations are selected after nearly two months of surveying of crew members in Vietnam at the end of last year.
Explaining about why he did decide to choose Vietnam as a destination for his film making, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts said that in our age, everything is computer generated and he wanted his actors and audience to feel the tactile nature of their environment. And upon landing in Vietnam, it became apparent to him and his team that there was such raw, powerful and unspoiled beauty that general audiences hadn’t experienced on screen before. The look of Vietnam is gorgeous and otherworldly at the same time and it will provide a perfect aesthetic for our film.
Want to see such destinations to know why they are to be stages to film such a famous movie? But, before you go, please remember to check you Vietnam visa requirement at https://www.vietnam-visa.com/vietnam-visa-requirement/ to know whether you need a valid visa for Vietnam and how to apply for one if required.