I LOVE a good promo and this is pretty darn cool. Catastrophe stuck at Dodger stadium early yesterday morning, when giant ape footprints were found lining the baseball field, tracking from home plate through to center field. Further investigations revealed that the footprints belonged to none other than King Kong, who had decided to monkey around in the famous stadium on his way to headlining a new attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood, King Kong 360 3-D. Kong will be making his way through various parts of Los Angeles in the next few weeks as he makes his way back to his new home at the theme park. Check out the destruction at Dodger Stadium below and be sure to keep your eye out for where the 25-foot ape will strike next as he traverses LA on his way to Universal Studios Hollywood!
“The ape will star in King Kong 360 3-D, a next-generation, interactive theme park experience designed by Peter Jackson, director of the award-winning 2005 Universal Pictures film on which the attraction is based. It is scheduled to open by the Fourth of July holiday.”
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