The movie King Kong directed by Peter Jackson opens with the 1930s Great Depression. Having lost her job, Ann Darrow (Naomi Watts) is hired by troubled determined filmmaker Carl Denham (Jack Black) to be an actress in his new motion picture. With time running out, and the police on his tail Ann signs on when she learns her favorite script writer Jack Driscoll (Adrien Brody) is the screenwriter. On the SS Venture, they slowly fall in love. As for Carl, a warrant is out for his arrest and Captain Englehorn begins to have second thoughts, following the fears of his crew over the legend of Skull Island. Although his attempt to turn around, their ship is sucked up into a fog and crashes into one of the eerie dangerous sharp rocks.
Carl and his crew explore the so called undiscovered island, with a deserted village against a wall, but they are attacked by the vicious natives. Mike, the sound technician, is speared, one of the sailors has his head crushed, and Jack is knocked out. Ann screams, and a call beyond the wall responds. The native give Ann as a sacrifice to "Kong"(25 ft) gorilla. Englehorn and his crew spread out the attack and return to the damaged ship. They finally lighten up the ships load to steer away, until Jack discovers Ann has been kidnapped by the natives. On the island, Ann is hung from a balcony to the other side of a valley. The crew comes armed with damaging weapons, but is too late. Carl sees the big ape that has
taken her. Englehorn gives the crew orders to find her. Ann is taken through the jungle and discovers the remains of the previous meals that Kong has had.
While jack and the crew search for her they come across a couple dinosaurs and a few deaths. Ann some how manages to entertain Kong with juggling and dancing experience, but he does not kill her when she refuses to continue. The rest of the rescue party come across a swamp. It is here...