Trump's power grab is not unique in the animal kingdom. If this election cycle reminds you of some horrifying Planet of the Apes sequel, you’re not alone. In the latest issue of the Atlantic, legendary primate expert Jane Goodall told...Show More Summary
No, it's not another Planet of the Apes sequel.
The PLANET OF THE APES has had a strong resurgence with the surprising quality and popularity of 2011's RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES and its sequel DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES. Now it's time for the original to rush back...Show More Summary
Every since the release of 2008's found-footage monster horror movie "Cloverfield," directed by Matt Reeves ("Dawn of the Planet of the Apes") and produced by J.J. Abrams, there's always been talk of a sequel, and now it's finally happened. Paramount...Show More Summary
Director Matt Reeves and star Andy Serkis offer a peek behind the scenes of the Fox sequel as they announce a fan contest.
"Simply submit a video of your most life-like ape imitation." 20th Century Fox has unveiled a TV spot for the upcoming War for the Planet of the Apes sequel, but it's actually more of an announcement for a contest they're hosting to win a walk-on role. Show More Summary
The Matt Reeves directed sequel will once again feature Judy Greer and Karin Konoval as Cornelia and Maurice, respectively.
Production on War for the Planet of the Apes, the sequel to last year’s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, has begun. Director Matt Reeves is back behind the camera for the sequel that continues the Planet of the Apes origin story thatShow More Summary
The sequel is coming to theaters in July 2017 The post War for the Planet of the Apes Filming Starts appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The "Dallas Buyers Club" actor joins fellow franchise newcomers Woody Harrelson and Gabriel Chavarria in the sequel to "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes."
It’s time for another edition of Best Stories of the Week! In this recap of the previous week’s biggest and best stories, we’ve got news on a sequel to Mary Poppins, a new human bad guy for War for the Planet of the Apes, a film reboot...Show More Summary
The rebooted Planet of The Apes franchise has certainly been a success across the board. Dawn of The Planet of The Apes was a hit for Fox when it came out in 2011. The sequel, Rise of The Planet of The Apes, was an even bigger hit in 2014. Show More Summary
Once upon a time Woody Harrelson outright said that he wasn’t a “sequels guy”. Fast forward a few years and you find that just about every project he’s involved...
Woody Harrelson (Zombieland, True Detective) has signed on to join Matt Reeves‘ Dawn of the Planet of the Apes sequel War of the Planet of the Apes. Harrelson won’t have a small role in the film, he will be playing the human villain of this third film in the rebooted series. Show More Summary
Harrelson will play a mysterious character called "the Colonel" in the Matt Reeves-directed sequel.
Image courtesy of EuropaCorp Batman Begins was a reboot. Rise of the Planet of the Apes was a reboot. I know we like to call almost anything a reboot, but there is a difference between a sequel, a remake, and a reboot. For example, Jurassic World is a sequel. Batman Forever is a sequel. Technically speaking, The Transporter: Refueled isn't [...]
In this time of reboots and sequels, it is difficult to predict whether one film franchise will be successful or not. It ultimately depends on so many factors and timing may be one of them. This may be the case with the movie franchise...Show More Summary
Director Matt Reeves, who helmed "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," unveiled the sequel title and explained his reasoning for the last film’s conclusion.
Briefly: As Caesar said, war has begun. We all knew it was coming, but now it's official. Collider is reporting the next Planet of the Apes movie will be titled War of the Planet of the Apes, so from here on out that's how we'll be referring to it. Show More Summary
The upcoming sequel to last year's 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' is now reportedly entitled 'War of the Planet of the Apes'.