Not that Kong: Skull Island necessarily needed more monsters, as it was loaded with awesome ones, but director Jordan Vogt-Roberts just shared a concept sketch for a creature that *almost* made it into the film… and goddamn, we kinda wish it did!
“Here’s an unused creature design for Kong,” Vogt-Roberts tweeted. “There was a whole sequence written for this creepy guy from an early draft.”
The creepy drawing, which looks to be from artist Stephanie Levallois, shows an underwater sea creature lurking beneath a boat. It’s got massive spider-like legs that are breaching the surface of the water, and a face that I’m pretty sure its own mother couldn’t even love. True nightmare fuel, to say the very least.
In case you missed it, Vogt-Roberts also recently shared Skull Island concept art for an unused LSD dream sequence that likely would’ve been totally bonkers!
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