What's the Difference between King Kong the Movie Original and King Kong the Movie ReMake ?

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King Kong

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Released: 1933
Director: Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack

King Kong

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Released: 2005
Director: Peter Jackson
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In the Movie In the Movie
Ann Darrow
Portrayed by: Fay Wray
Ann Darrow
Portrayed by: Naomi Watts
Carl Denham
Portrayed by: Robert Armstrong
Carl Denham
Portrayed by: Jack Black
Jack Driscoll
Portrayed by: Bruce Cabot
Jack Driscoll
Portrayed by: Adrien Brody
Captain Englehorn
Portrayed by: Frank Reicher
Captain Englehorn
Portrayed by: Thomas Kretschmann
This Character does not appear.
Preston
Portrayed by: Colin Hanks
This Character does not appear.
Jimmy
Portrayed by: Jamie Bell
Kong
Portrayed by: Willis O'Brien
Kong
Portrayed by: Andy Serkis
This Character does not appear.
Benjamin "Ben" Hayes
Portrayed by: Evan Parke
This Character does not appear.
Bruce Baxter
Portrayed by: Kyle Chandler
This Character does not appear.
Herb
Portrayed by: John Sumner
This Character does not appear.
Lumpy
Portrayed by: Andy Serkis
Charlie
Portrayed by: Victor Wong
Choy
Portrayed by: Lobo Chan
This Character does not appear.
Mike
Portrayed by: Craig Hall
This Character does not appear.
Manny
Portrayed by: William Johnson
Charles Weston
Portrayed by: Sam Hardy
Weston
Portrayed by: David Pittu
Native Chief
Portrayed by: Noble Johnson
This Character does not appear.
King Kong Movie vs Movie
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In the Movie In the Movie
   The story is more condensed at 100 minutes. The remake with a longer running time explores older plotlines, develops new ones and adds new characters.
   Carl Denham seems to have no trouble getting his movie financed. He flees the studio in fear of getting shut down and he flees New York on the Venture before the authorities can catch up with him.
   Jack Driscoll is the first mate on the SS Venture and keeps a rather sexist attitude towards Ann before falling for her. Driscoll is a successful playwright whom Ann is already infatuated with. Denham has to trick him in order to go on the boat trip with them when he hands him half a script.
   Denham notices Ann's beauty after defending her from trying to steal an apple from a stand. It's right before he sees her outside of a women's club.
   Ann accepts Denham's offer for a leading lady reluctantly but quickly. She only agrees upon hearing that Jack Driscoll is writing the screenplay.
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