After 4 filming days at two locations, dozens of vehicle of the crew of the “Kong: Skull Island” carrying logistics, equipment moved to the next destination, Ninh Binh.
In the late afternoon of 25th February, the crew of Kong: Skull Island packed up tents and equipment in the studio in the region of Mouse Cave (Tan Hoa commune, Minh Hoa district) to leave the Quang Binh.
Before leaving, the crew cleaned charges, brought the environment and landscape back as the original. The filming of powerful crew of Hollywood on the countryside of Quang Binh made many people curious and proud of their homeland’s beauty.

A group of vehicles carrying equipment left Quang Binh after 4 days of filming

A group of vehicles carrying equipment left Quang Binh after 4 days of filming

Meanwhile, the cast and staff of the crew still stayed in Phong Nha and expected to leave today and tomorrow. The two main actors of the film, Brie Larson and Tom Hiddleston, flew to the United States from Tuesday night to attend the 88th Academy Awards in the evening of 28th February (local time) in Los Angeles.
From 22 to 25 February, the crew of the film Kong: Skull Island, which has more than 120 people, arrived in Quang Binh to shoot the scenes for blockbusters on giant gorilla character. Crew filmed several scenes in Phong Nha – Ke Bang.

The main actor, Tom Hiddleston, posed a photo with a Vietnamese girl in those filming days in Quang Binh

The main actor, Tom Hiddleston, posed a photo with a Vietnamese girl in those filming days in Quang Binh

The filmed scene in Quang Binh is a plane crash on a deserted island, which has no sign of human habitation. The people who came out of the accident must fight against the giant figures on the deserted island.
It is expected that Ninh Binh and Quang Ninh will be the next destinations of the crew.