VietNamNet Bridge – US Ambassador to Vietnam Ted Osius has toured ‘Kong: Skull Island’ in Trang An, northern Ninh Binh Province to learn more about the filming process.
American visual effects artist and supervisor Stephen Rosenbaum (left) and the film’s publicity and marketing professional Gregg Brilliant (rightmost)
Previously, the Ambassador said at a press conference in Hanoi that the US Embassy is so pleased to support the film crew in its work in Vietnam, which will contribute to highlighting Vietnam as a superb tourism destination and deepening the ties between the two countries’ entertainment industries.
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