Spoiler warning This article gives away the plots; The astonishing ending of Planet of the Apes (1968), with Charlton Heston screaming in despair as the camera lingers on the shattered remains of the Statue of Liberty, is unremitting in its bleakness. And even watching it 50 years later, we can hardly rest easy. Premiering on 8 February 1968 before US release in April (the same week as that.
First there was Pierre Boulle 's novel, Monkey Planet, then Franklin Schaffner's 1968 movie, the 70s TV series and then Tim Burton's 2001 're-imagining'. For the original 1968 film, the arid planet, run by apes, is the desert around Page, Glen Canyon and Lake Powell, in northern Arizona. The ape village sets were built on the Fox Ranch in Malibu Creek State Park, Las Virgenes Road off.
Mo-cap master Andy Serkis plays ape leader Caesar in 20th Century Fox's acclaimed rebooted Planet of the Apes prequel series. The third film of the franchise, War for the Planet of the Apes, is.The 1970 sequel to producer Arthur P. Jacobssss' groundbreaking sci-fi allegory Planet of the Apes picks up directly after the first film ends, with astronaut George Taylor (Charlton Heston) exploring the lifeless Forbidden Zone of a planet where apes evolved from men. But Taylor soon disappears in a terrifying illusion, leaving Nova (Linda Harrison) and another human explorer newly landed on.A New Planet of the Apes. Wes Ball, who directed The Maze Runner movies, is working on the next Apes film for 20th Century Fox (owned by Diseny). Since it’s a movie heavy on CGI, Ball and Fox could get started on making the movie sooner than later. Here’s the latest update on the Apes sequel from Ball (Source: Discussing Film).
Granted, only the original Planet Of The Apes is a masterpiece. The other four are flawed to varying degrees—in some cases significantly. But despite rotating creative teams and increasingly smaller budgets, each Apes movie between 1970 to 1973 at least attempts to meet the challenge of the original’s depth and punch. The series never.Read More
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2019 CD release of Planet Of The Apes (Original Film Series Soundtrack Collection) on Discogs.Read More
The Planet of the Apes has been awing generations for nearly 50 years now. This shocking film reverses the dominate roll that humans currently play on planet earth, giving all of the power to our primate cousins. Many people remember the final scene in the 1968 movie where George Taylor looks on at a buried statue of liberty and realizes that civilization is doomed. Ever since that dramatic.Read More
For those that might need a refresher course, the original 1968 film was based on a novel by Pierre Boulle and centered on three astronauts who are marooned on a futuristic planet where apes rule.Read More
Much like this new trilogy that started with Rise of the Planet of the Apes, the original 1968 film was a sci-fi parable that took on the issue of race relations and social superiority.In the case.Read More
Rise of the Planet of the Apes is a 2011 American science fiction action film directed by Rupert Wyatt and starring Andy Serkis, James Franco, Freida Pinto, John Lithgow, Brian Cox, Tom Felton, and David Oyelowo.Written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, it is 20th Century Fox's reboot of the Planet of the Apes series, intended to act as an origin story for a new series of films.Read More
In late 1966, soundtrack composer Jerry Goldsmith was asked to write the score for a new movie being developed by APJAC Productions through 20th Century Fox. The movie, based on a French novel, concerned an astronaut stranded on a planet where a native human species was unintelligent, and was dominated by a species of articulate apes. In adapting the novel for film, screenwriter Rod Serling.Read More
Planetoftheapes.com is the official Planet of the Apes franchise fan hub. Discover the 50th anniversary of Planet of the Apes, and pre-order today.Read More
The original 1968 'Planet of the Apes' film was based on a novel by French writer Pierre Boulle and starred Charlton Heston. There have been a number of remakes over the years, with Tim Burton's.Read More
RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES is a prequel to the original science-fiction film series, showing how primates gained intelligence and rose up against the captivity imposed on them by humans. The film was classified '12' for scenes of intense threat and some moderate violence. There are a number of sequences in which apes go on the rampage, against captivity generally and humans specifically.Read More