Before we begin, this article contains minor spoilers for Kong: Skull Island.
If you don’t want to see spoilers, here's some space between the above line and the spoilers below, listing out King Kong’s tuxedo measurements.
Jacket: 42,000 (Extremely) Long
Neck: 25 ½ feet, probably.
Waist: Ample? These measurements probably aren’t accurate. It was just a conceit to point out that tuxedos are sometimes referred to as “Monkey suits.” Anyway, onto the spoilers.
How about that post-credits scene?! We knew Big K and Big G were gonna face off, but the scene featured cave drawings of a whole lot of other monsters.
We got Rodan, Mothra, and King Ghidorah. Those are three names with a lot of weight in the Godzilla-verse, but they’re all pretty standard in terms of creature design, Rodan being a giant pterodactyl, Mothra being a giant moth, and King Ghidorah a three-headed dragon. There are a lot of other monsters out there, and some of them are truly bonkers. While some might put a bigger strain on an audience’s ability to suspend disbelief, all of them would be a blast to see on screen.