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[Video] See If You Can Spot Vietnam in This 'Skull Island' First-Look Featurette

As part of this year's MTV Movie Awards ceremony, which took place last weekend, the people behind Kong: Skull Island put out a nice little featurette teasing the forthcoming movie, which is set to premiere in 2017.

The limestone karsts and green landscapes of Vietnam are well-represented in the two-minute video below, which showcases a few scenes from the upcoming film as well as the stars involved, including Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston, John Goodman, Samuel L. Jackson and Corey Hawkins. Parts of the latest King Kong installment – which is meant to be an origin story of the giant primate ahead of 2020's Godzilla vs Kong, a showdown between two of cinema's most famous oversized animals – was filmed in Son Doong Cave and around the Phong Nha area as well as Ninh Binh and Ha Long Bay.

Take a look below, courtesy of the IB Times:

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