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After working on Kong: Skull Island, his first big blockbuster film, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts was ready to tackle something a little bit smaller. “Kong was two and a half years of my life,” he says. “That’s a quarter of a decade. It’s such an enormous time commitment to working on giant monkeys. I’m so proud of the collaboration that that movie was, but you definitely go down a rabbit hole really quick.”

So when the opportunity arose to direct a live-action trailer for Destiny 2, Bungie’s much-anticipated shooter that launches next week, it was a perfect fit. Not only was Vogt-Roberts in the right frame of mind for a smaller project, he’s also a big video game fan with a particular love for Bungie’s sci-fi universe. “It was a…

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