Reign of Kong Update: New Details on the Massive Facade


The already imposing and detail-filled facade of the future Reign of Kong attraction is getting even more interesting. As you will be able to notice by taking a look at the next few pictures, some new props and artistic elements (such as the new backdrop) have started to appear in the past few weeks, and some of them are really noticeable to Guests walking next to the construction zone.
Join us as we take a look around this completely new themed area of the park:


First of all, the new forest/mountain range backdrop continues to be painted:


Two new poles have been installed above the entrance to the building:





Walking next to the construction walls:





The rest of the facade:









The future entrance arch:



The smaller building rumored to be the loading/unloading area (or the queue) looks like a castle:





A look behind the walls:











A panoramic view of the area:





The entrance to the building is now blocked:









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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

Comments

  1. Not a huge fan of those two random pillars above the main facade. Seem really...strange up there and out of place. Hopefully they do something else to them. I liked it before a lot better.

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  2. yeah same, I don't like the 2 poles on top... maybe it's being used for something idk

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  3. Oh ye of little faith.

    I'm sure these pillars will have a purpose and I'm equally sure that there will be immense speculation about what that purpose might be.

    I'm just going to content myself that we are hopefully going to be provided with a great attraction.

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  4. I think those are they pillars they tie the sacrificial woman to

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  5. To emphasize my previous comment, in case someone easily triggered and unfamiliar to King Kong misinterprets it:

    http://blog.dvdpascher.net/media/kong2small.jpg

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  6. I think the poles could make for an excellent shoplifting deterrent.

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