‘They’re going to slaughter the graphics’: King Kong Origin series confirmed to premiere on Disney+, fans worried limited budget will hamper graphics amid controversy from VFX artists

King Kong has become one of the most popular monsters in movie history, with the first novelization in 1933 King Kong by RKO Pictures. There have been numerous reiterations of the character with the recent Warner Bros./Legendary Entertainment’s MonsterVerse. Now there is news that the beast will be part of the Mouse House.

A King Kong series on Disney+
A King Kong series on Disney+

A series is in development and will be released on Disney+. The King Kong series would be the origin story of the giant ape and Skull Island. With the news, fans fear the studio may be ruining the graphics with its recent VFX artist controversy.

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The King Kong Origin Series Would Premiere On Disney+

According to Deadline, the series is written by Stephany Folsom, the creator of the Amazon Prime series, paper girls.

Disney will tell the origin of the giant monkey and his house
Disney will tell the origin of the giant monkey and his house

The Disney Series “is a serialized action-adventure drama that brings the classic monster story into the modern era, featuring a return to Skull Island and the dawn of a new Kong. The series will explore the mythology of the story of King Kong’s origin and the supernatural mysteries of his home based on the intellectual property of the original books by Merian C. Cooper and the new novelizations of King Kong by Joe DeVito.

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The character is now over 90 and entangled in the rights web, but the original novelization is now public property. Warner Bros./ Legendary MonsterVerse uses the Kong part of the monster’s name and Netflix is ​​also developing an anime series, Skull Island.

Fans Worried About VFX Artist Controversy

Fans are concerned about VFX
Fans are concerned about VFX

Recently Disney has faced some heat with its VFX and controversy with VFX artists being overworked and poorly paid by the studio, fans have expressed some concerns on Twitter that the studio could ruin the character’s classic VFX which has developed over the years. years. Also, ask yourself why Disney wants to work on the origin story that has already been told a few times.

Looking at the fan response, it can’t be said exactly that they are excited for the upcoming live-action series. Aside from the Disney+ series in development, there are plenty of concurrent Kong projects in the works, and it looks like the Mouse House wants to join in the race.

The King Kong series is still in the early stages of development.

Source: Twitter

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