Kong's Skull Island is Now on Google Maps

Kong: Skull Island

Already planning your summer vacation? Bored of the same lackluster destinations? Good news: Google Maps just added Skull Island, a gorgeous tropical locale with beaches, greenery ... and several enormous monsters that may or may not want to devour you.

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That's right, ahead of the March 10 release of "Kong: Skull Island," Google Maps has located the fabled land mass. Situated in the Pacific Ocean, some several thousand miles off the coast of Peru, Skull Island is listed as an "archaeological site." It also boasts a three-star rating, despite half of every reviewer's family/ friends mysteriously vanishing during their stay.

Here's the review voted "most helpful":

This isn't the first time Google has placed otherworldy locations on its map. Previous destinations include Middle-Earth from "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings," and Diagon Alley from "Harry Potter." Google released a statement announcing the addition of Skull Island:

A mysterious and otherworldly island, thought to be myth, was just revealed on Google Maps to celebrate the premiere of "Kong: Skull Island" and Local Guides get the first chance to explore this uncharted virtual world. On this rare occasion, you can even leave fantasy reviews.

Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts (“The Kings of Summer”), “Kong: Skull Island” stars Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, John Goodman, John C. Reilly, Jason Mitchell and Toby Kebbell. The film opens March 10.

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