It's taken me about 15 minutes to start writing this story. Why? Because it's Friday, and even though my brain has checked out, I keep getting pulled back in. It's like my brain's in Godfather 3 mode without the help of Pacino. Anyway, a new adaptation is on its way. Dig on the details.
Though he isn't concerned with overseeing any more simian revolutions, Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt is looking to spin another yarn about murder, intrigue, and well... a horror movie director.
With Rupert Wyatt leaving the director's chair for Fox's sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, all eyes have been on the studio to come up with a worthy replacement. Deadline is reporting a short list of directors, and you can read on to find out whom Fox has in mind.
There could be some trouble brewing within the planet of the apes, and it has nothing to do with time travel, hot headed gorillas, or talking primates. No, these horrors are far worse... Studio pressure! Read on for details!
The Planet of the Apes franchise has been known to jump around in terms of timetables. How far into the future or past we go has long been a factor (or for Tim Burton a means to a ridiculous ending), but in the sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, time travel will not be a focus.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes was one of last year's biggest shockers. Not because of its content, but because it was actually a good movie. With sequel talk going into high gear, Fox has announced the next film's official title.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes shocked us all upon release. It was an intelligent, action-packed, thrill machine that no one saw coming, especially after Tim Burton's absolute misfire. With sequel talk going into high gear, a writer has been hired to deliver more mayhem.
The blockbuster box office surprise of the year, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, continues to kick ass all over the country and - SURPRISE - the sequel chatter has begun.
Would it be safe to call Rise of the Planet of the Apes the biggest surprise of the summer movie season? Here’s a prequel/reboot that nobody really seemed to be clamoring for, and now it’s received rave reviews and overperformed at the box office.
Film critics from press outlets all over have been very kind to Rise of the Planet of the Apes since its premiere. We thought you might be interested in a few excerpts from their reviews.
Apes will rise on August 5th as Rise of the Planet of the Apes opens wide in US theaters. You, dear readers, can now experience what a few Dread Central staffers are calling "Magnificent" and "The best Planet of the Apes film since the original".
In this final part of our Rise of the Planet of the Apes video interview series, we are focusing solely on Andy Serkis and the behind-the-scenes CGI magic that brings these creatures to life.
For those of you who are fans of the original Planet of the Apes film franchise, it was back in 2001 that we first got teased with the idea of rebooting the property with director Tim Burton’s epic fail of a relaunch, Planet of the Apes.