Jeff Wells writes: All along we’ve been hearing that Peter Jackson’s KING KONG, which will begin filming in New Zealand roughly four months from now, is going to be a reverent semi-tribute to Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack’s ‘s 1933 original. That concept is now, in my judgement, pretty much out the window and in the trash can. But before we get to the dreaded specifics. [More]