Although Skull Island is an imaginary Island, the truth is that if you want them in Google Maps, you’ll find it. Because the company Google has partnered with Legendary and Universal Pictures to show on its popular mapping service where this dangerous tropical island as part of the promotion of the upcoming movie about the most giant of all time primate, Kong: Skull Island.
Google Maps shows the “island of the skull” (Skull Island) as an “archaeological site” located near the line thousands of miles to the West of the coast of Peru and ecuador.
In a statement, Google reported that users can publish their own photos & “fantasy” about Skull Island, and it seems that many have taken it seriously because up to now more than 6,000 people have posted their opinions about the place, which is amazing considering that it is a fictitious place.
If the Skull Island is a real place, probably would not have reviews as positive as that users publish on Google Maps now that it would be a site that is deadly for the majority of human beings. Film Kong: Skull Island shows the expedition framed temporarily in the early 1970’s a “diverse team of explorers is assembled to venture into the interior of a Pacific island – as beautiful as treacherous – which does not appear on maps, not knowing that are invading the domains of the mythical King Kong”, but also of other as large as dangerous beasts.
The film, directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, arrives in theaters in Spain on March 10 and form part of a series of films called “Monsterverse” which started in 2014 with the launch of the latest American version of Godzilla.
Kong: Skull Island is the second film in this series that will continue with “Godzilla: King of Monsters”, in March 2019, and the final film in the series, “Godzilla vs.” Kong,”scheduled for 2020.