It's hard to think of many things scarier than a pissed-off King Kong, but the monsters on show in the latest Kong: Skull Island trailer are definitely up there.

Although the latest preview from Japan is mostly made up of already-seen footage, the big man does feature in a series of new shots and can be seen strolling through a stream before casually smashing the shit out of a helicopter. Joining Kong is a number of creatures indigenous to the island, including an utterly abominable giant spider and some kind of lizard-like... thing.

The movie stars Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, John Goodman and Samuel L. Jackson, and is slated to hit theaters on March 10

Check out footage of the apeocalypse above, and then watch Ice Cube take no prisoners in the trailer for xXx: Return of Xander Cage.

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