“Kong: Skull Island” Director Appointed As Vietnam Tourism Ambassador

Jordan Charles Vogt-Roberts and his Kong: Skull Island movie

Jordan Charles Vogt-Roberts, Director of the blockbuster “Kong: Skull Island” has just been appointed as the tourism ambassador of Vietnam.

On March 9, all the 13 members of the council for appointment and dismissal of the tourism ambassador in Hanoi have agreed to appoint Director Vogt-Robert on the position as the new tourism ambassador.

Vogt-Robert is the first foreign artist to be chosen for this post. He, as an ambassador, will work to promote Vietnam’s tourism via communication, photography, art, and other related activities.

Jordan Charles Vogt-Roberts is a famous American movie director and screenwriter.

He is well-known for his film The Kings of Summer when it was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

His latest movie, “Kong: Skull Island” demonstrated a group of explorers going into the jungle to discover the existence of the lord of giant apes.

Jordan Charles Vogt-Roberts filming Kong Skull Island
Jordan Charles Vogt-Roberts filming Kong Skull Island

Vietnam is one of the three sites selected for filming, the others are Hawaii and Australia, due to its unspoiled and spectacular natural scenes.

Scenes in the movie were shot in Trang An, Van Long, and Tam Coc in Ninh Binh Province; the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Rao Nan River, and Yen Phu Lake in Quang Binh Province; and Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh Province.

Vogt-Roberts hopes that the movie’s success will encourage more people to visit Vietnam and enjoy their experience in this beautiful country.

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