Netflix has been so quiet about its arrival Skull Island animated show set in Legendary’s MonsterVerse that’s easy to forget since it was first announced two years ago. While it wasn’t so clear in the past when the Powerhouse Animation-produced series would debut, it turns out your next trip to Skull Island is coming a lot sooner than you might think.
From executive producers Brian Duffield and Jacob Robinson, Skull Island tells the adventures of a group of castaways who wash up on a remote island paradise, only to find it teeming with gigantic, seemingly impossible monsters. Instead of introducing anything Skull Island‘s human characters like Annie (Mae Whitman), Charlie (Nicolas Cantu) or Irene (Betty Gilpin), the new trailer really focuses on detailing how animalic as all of Skull Island’s Titans are, they’re also cunning enough to understand how they can keep their unwanted visitors stranded and ripe for the picking.
There don’t seem to be any blondes walking around the island, and Godzilla doesn’t seem to be all that involved here. But King Kong does appear and seems to take a particular interest in one female character, which could indicate the series returning to the idea of Kong being as fascinated by human women as he is enraged by other Titans when Netflix’s Skull Island premiered on June 22.