King Kong 2005 Screencaps REPACK
Ann Darrow is played by Naomi Watts in the 2005 film and has more detail. She was an actress, but lost that job when her studio went bankrupt in the Great Depression. Ann was apparently destitute, as she was shoplifting fruit and caught, but bailed out by Denham, who came to her rescue by paying for the fruit and telling her of his grand plans in film. She also declined Denham's invitation at first, but she then accepted the offer when she was told that Jack Driscoll was going along too. Jack also develops a crush on Ann and even kiss each other before arriving at Skull Island. Ann originally thought that the sound editor of Carl's film crew, Mike, was Jack. After seeing Mike die in front of her, Ann screams with horror that echoes through the Island and then Kong's roar answers back. She was able to escape at first from the hostile natives at Skull Island, but was kidnapped from the boat and dragged to a sacrificial chamber in her bare feet and a negligee, where she is offered as a sacrifice to Kong by the natives. Kong takes her as Ann screams at the top of her lungs. She faints as Kong vanishes into the jungle. Kong roars as Ann moans as she freaks out. Kong almost drops her as Ann shrieks and yells. She stabs Kong with her skull necklace as she falls onto the pile of skulls. She attempts to escape but Kong grabs her, causing her to shriek. Jack and Carl try to find her along with many other crew members. Ann is heard screaming. She woke up the next day, she saw Kong distracted by eating Bamboo sticks. she tried to escape but Kong stopped her. she was then treated like a Rag Doll because King Kong at first was either angry or curious about Ann, enjoyed her dancing and acting, and kept pushing her, making him happy and hooting. When Ann shown anger at him, he also got angry and Kong left her. At the time she escaped, she was unfortunate again because Vastatosaurus Rexes wanted to eat her, and Kong saved her life.
King Kong 2005 Screencaps
I'm planning to write some of the older ones (91, 96, and maybe 97), but I thought it would be good to try to push some of the B-class articles up to GA level. For 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2009, it should just be a matter of making sure that the references are good and working and that there are reception sections. For 2008, it's just a matter of sourcing the article. Is there anyone who would be interested in doing some work on these five articles (2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, and 2009) with me? Anyone willing to work on any of the others would be great as well, of course. GaryColemanFan (talk) 20:44, 27 December 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]