Fox found the money.
He’ll be serving up mutant justice, Cajun-style.
He will break those iron bar’s necks in no time.
This should really be a crowd-pleaser!
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
I’d be ripsh*t too if I saw someone messing with John Lithgow.
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.
Variety reports FOX will release prequel Rise of the Apes on June 24, 2011, with Rupert Wyatt confirmed to direct. In a lie I just made up, he promised me he wouldn't cast Marky Mark or Helena Bonham Carter in any of the roles. Oooo Burton burn. Rise of the Apes is "an origins story set in present-day San Francisco. The film is 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." When you play God with monkeys you get talking monkeys that can do math and read. Those skills alone make them superior to the average American!Peter Jackson's visual effects company WETA Digital will handle all of the effects on the film. They will render, for the first time ever in the film series, photo-realistic apes rather than costumed actors. Hmmmm, interesting (strokes sparse-haired chin). I hope they consider intermixing some practical effects as well. You really can't beat the realism of the apes in Congo.Stop playing God, Dylan Baker!!!