Warner Bros/Legendary’s Kong: Skull Island stomped into offshore play this weekend, planting an $81.6M footprint at the international box office. The Great Ape roared on 20,400 screens in 65 markets and ranked No. 1 in most majors including the UK, Korea, Russia, France and Germany. The global cume is $142.6M.
OMG… LADIES AND GENTLEMEN… LOOOOOOOK WHAT WE WERE APART OF THIS WEEKEND!!!!!! WE… ALL OF US… WE DID THIS!
LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOOOOOOVE IT!!!!! WE LOVE OUR TOM!!!! I’M SO HAPPY!!!!
James Marsters: Okay, this is my
story. This is the scene where Wally, the sound man, tells my
girlfriend that I’m scoping chicks. 'Cause Tom and I are wired on
this scene. Tom was doing this favor for this… I think this is
what was going on… I think he was doing a favor for a backup
actress who wanted to meet me, right? ‘Cause he was always like “Hey,
isn’t she cute? Isn’t she cute?” but it always steered back to
this one girl and do I want to meet her? And I thought… I didn’t
say, “Hey man, I got a girlfriend. I’m not going to be scoping.”
I was just trying to fit in. I was like, “Yeah, she’s cute.
Yeah, right on. She’s cute.” And then the sound man goes to my
girlfriend who was on the set twice and goes, “He’s scoping out
other chicks. He’s got a wandering eye.”
Note: When he says “Tom and I are wired” he’s talking about their microphones. Their mics were wired to their bodies as opposed to a crew member holding a boom mic over their heads. This meant that Wally, the sound man, could hear their conversation between takes.
If you’re a James Marsters fan and haven’t listened to the Splinter commentary, do yourself a favor and track it down.