Audiences went bananas over the latest film in cinema’s wordiest-titled franchise, so relive this summer’s blockbuster hit, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Or is it Rise? We can never remember.
I feel like I just spent the last year chronicling the things James Franco did last year.
They can’t all be winners.
Andy Serkis is the only person doing what he’s doing. He doesn’t need an award for that distinction.
Wrong place, wrong time…
Maybe Jason Bateman should have switched bodies with a monkey.
Smarter than the Tim Burton ‘Planet of the Apes’, but even more one-dimensional.
Director: Rupert WyattCast: TBDSynopsis: A reality-based cautionary tale, where man's own experiments with genetic engineering lead to the development of intelligence in apes and the onset of a war for supremacy.Release Date: June 24, 2011
Those darn monkeys!
I’d be ripsh*t too if I saw someone messing with John Lithgow.
I like the part where he shoots the gun.
The monkeys are wreaking slightly more havoc in this one.
It’ll be far less Marvel-y.
Why watch TV at all when you can get all the movie commercials right here in this post?
The trailer has risen. Now the ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ concept art has risen too. I was gonna make a rise/dick joke, but these drawings will probably not give you an erection.
You know what could really ruin your morning commute? Being bludgeoned to death by a pack of hyper-intelligent apes.
Get ready for of the’s to take over the world. Oh, I mean apes. Get ready for apes to do that.
Twentieth Century Fox’s marketing team knows: the more words you add to a title, the more money you will make. That is science fact.