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BOOM! Studios Brings Twilight Zone Creator’s Original Planet of the Apes Script To Life!

The first Planet of The Apes (1968) film is an adaptation of the French novel La Planète des singes by Pierre Boule. On the road to making the landmark science-fiction classic, 20th Century Fox commissioned Rod Serling to adapt the source material. Serling’s first draft, which was drastically revised before filming, is a radically different … Continue reading BOOM! Studios Brings Twili
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