Cinema Con: First Look At Caesar In Rise Of The Apes

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I've arrived in Las Vegas for this year's Cinema Con, the annual gathering of movie industry executives and theater owners where the major studios take the chance to show off their goods for the coming year, especially summer movies. There will be a lot to see from the presentations from Paramount, DreamWorks, Disney and Warner Bros., but kicking things off in the goody bag, of all places, was Fox, which handed out a calendar featuring brand-new images from many of its upcoming films.

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Crazay3501d ago

I only watched the originals in the last 5 years and instantly fell in love with the series. This movie is highly anticipated by this guy.

darklordzor3501d ago

And this guy! I have loved the series since I was a kid, and The fourth film (which this is a 'remake' of) was always my favorite. I can't wait to see more, and the apes in action.

hazelamy3501d ago

seems like serkis is becoming the go to guy for motion captured monkeys. :)

sorry, apes.

he's guaranteed work if they relaunch that pg tips ad campaign. :)

looking farward to this, i didn't think burton's version was too bad either, but this is sounding like it will be a better film.

darklordzor3500d ago

I didn't mind Burton's vision of Apes so much either (not nearly as much as everyone else), but I can say that it changed way too much of the Apes story. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't that great. I really have high hopes that this movie will revitalize the Apes franchise and we can get more films from it.

Money-Mike3500d ago

I'm still waiting for a damn explanation for the ending sequence in the last apes film! Either way I'm really looking forward to this film, high hopes!

darklordzor3500d ago

You talking about the 5th film, or the Tim Burton Apes remake?

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MojoOops3499d ago

I didn't much like Planet of the Apes from Tim Burton but this movie does interest me.

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