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You can now locate Kong’s Skull Island on Google Maps

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Legendary’s upcoming monster movie Kong: Skull Island hits theaters next week, and Google is having a bit of fun by plotting the film’s titular location on Google Maps.

You can find the island on Google Maps, just south of the equator in the Pacific Ocean. Sadly, the actual island isn’t displayed on the map; it’s just a point in the middle of the ocean. You can leave a review, though.

The company has done some fun stuff with its maps before, bringing its Street View cameras into the Batcave (Ben Affleck Edition), into Doctor Who’s TARDIS, and to Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley. This latest Easter egg notes that this island is an Archeological Site, and points people to an official tie-in website that lets users explore the island and its creatures.

Kong: Skull Island hits theaters on March 10th, 2017.