While 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' ruled the box office this past weekend to the acclaim of many critics, audiences could've received a much different film. From our chat with director Matt Reeves, we learned that an initial story treatment included highly evolved versions of the ape tribe who could speak rather articulately. Now, new 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' concept art has hit the web, which seems to be along the lines of this earlier draft.
Planet of the Apes
The new 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' trailer has dropped in to preview the upcoming war between the highly evolved apes dominating Earth and the remaining shreds of mankind. Who will win out? Well, this is part of the prequel stories leading up to the original 'Planet of the Apes' movies, so ... you should already know the answer.
The new 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' trailer will hit the web tomorrow, but an earlier look, via the first clip and new TV spot, has arrived today, and things are looking pretty intense for humanity in this terrifying new world. But then again, we kind of deserve it, right?
Are you ready for the dawn?
At long last, Twentieth Century Fox released the 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' trailer, previewing the next chapter in the longstanding 'Planet of the Apes' franchise. As both the rising ape population and the dwindling human race struggle for their share of the world, which will survive to claim the Earth as their own?
The first 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' posters have premiered online, and Matt Reeves cannot wait for you to see his installment of this beloved franchise. Not only did the director reveal this new batch of one-sheets, but he also announced that the first trailer will hit the web this coming December 18.
Patricia Krentcil made national headlines a while back for first allegedly bringing her 5-year-old daughter to one of her many tanning salon visits, secondly for Kristen Wiig's spot-on impersonation of her on 'SNL,' and thirdly for verbally attacking Snooki and the paparazzi. Now we're bringing this (literally) hot mess back because we finally realize where we recognize her from.