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Need a vacation?
The fictional eponymous locale of Kong: Skull Island is now officially on Google Maps, where users can leave ratings and browse photographs of the monster-ridden isle in the South Pacific.
“Watched Avengers on the ride over and saw a dude who looked just like Loki,” wrote one reviewer, referencing the film’s star Tom Hiddleston, who portrays the notorious trickster demigod in the Marvel films.
Interested parties who desire to know more about the mysterious Skull Island, which has been the home of cinema’s most famous great ape, King Kong, since his first appearance in 1933, can also find information at discoverskullisland.com, which features in-depth reports on the native flora and fauna of the tropical locale — though be warned, the creatures on Skull Island make Australia look like a petting zoo.
Kong: Skull Island hits theaters on March 10.
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