All the time, it was… We finally really did it. You blew it up! God damn you all to hell! One such incident that still sends the hairs on the back on my neck straight up is his weirdly disturbing music cue The Hunt for the grand reveal in Planet of the Apes of just how upside-down a situation Taylor Charlton Heston and his fellow fallen astronauts find themselves in:
Inspired by news articles on apes raised as humans and advances in genetics, Jaffa conceived an idea for a film about a genetically enhanced chimp raised in a human household.
He and Silver pitched the concept to Fox as a way to reboot the Apes franchise by reinventing the story of the chimpanzee Caesarthe lead character of Conquest. Fox was impressed and bought the pitch, but development struggled for five years as the production cycled through scripts, writers, directors, and producers.
After being imprisoned in a primate sanctuary, Caesar uses his ingenuity to launch an uprising.
To portray ape characters realistically, the production avoided practical effects in favor of performance capture actingpartnering with New Zealand visual effects company Weta Digital. Critics reviewed it positively, especially praising the visual effects and Serkis's performance.
The strength of Serkis's performance also inspired Fox to promote him for Oscar consideration; he was not nominated by Academy voters. Director Rupert Wyatt withdrew from the project due to production and scheduling issues, and was replaced by Matt Reeves.
Caesar struggles to maintain peace as his ape community is drawn into violent clashes with nearby human survivors.
Weta Digital again provided special effects work, which combined practical sets, digitally manipulated backgrounds, and performance capture ape characters. War for the Planet of the Apes Fox was confident enough in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes that the studio started planning for the next installment months before the film debuted.
After Fox and Chernin Entertainment screened Matt Reeves' cut of Dawn, he was contracted to return as director; he also wrote the script with Mark Bomback. Michael Avallone wrote the novelization for Beneath the Planet of the Apes in Novelizations of the live action and animated television series were also produced.
Quick novelized the Planet of the Apes; he also wrote two prequel novels, and several other book tie-ins were published.
Planet of the Apes comics Planet of the Apes—based comics have been published regularly since Among the most notable is Marvel Comics ' Planet of the Apes magazine, published from to The black-and-white series featured adaptations of each of the films, new Apes stories by Doug Moenchseries news, essays, interviews, and other material.
It became one of Marvel's most successful titles, attracting to fan letters with every issue, so many that the studio had to suspend its practice of writing personal responses.
Marvel also published the monthly title Adventures on the Planet of the Apes from tocomprising color reprints of the Planet and Beneath adaptations. The debut issue sold 40, a record for black-and-white comics, leading to a successful run of 24 issues over two years.
The series follows Caesar's grandson and heir Alexander as he struggles to govern ape civilization. The comic's success led Malibu to publish five four-issue spin-off miniseries: Ape City, Planet of the Apes: Blood of the Apes, and Planet of the Apes: Sins of the Fathers, a prequel story to the original film; a trade paperback collecting the first four issues of the main series, titled Monkey Planet; and reissues of stories from Marvel's earlier Apes series.
Studios have also produced Planet of the Apes comic books. During the s, Fox licensed around 60 companies to produce about different Apes products, including action figures and playsets, model building kits, coloring books, book-and-record setstrading cards, toy weaponscostumes, apparel, branded tableware, and lunch boxes.
This level of merchandising was unusual for the time, and the success of Apes merchandise may have inspired the campaigns that later became commonplace for films and television series.Planet of Life: Apes to Man is narrated by Stacy Keach and it was originally produced and presented by the Discovery Channel.
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Planet of Life: Apes to Man is narrated by Stacy Keach and it was originally produced and presented by the Discovery Channel. This series shows us about the history of evolution on this planet and each episode has a separate chapter in the biography of the world.