War Of The Planet Of Apes First Image Released

Posted: Oct 19 2015, 11:00am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News


War of the Planet of Apes First Image Released
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  • First look of the ‘War of the Planet of Apes’ released!

The picture of the film was shared by Matt Reeves on his official Twitter account with the caption ‘It has begun’.

The first picture of the upcoming ‘War of the Planet of the Apes’ is here. The first look was shared by Matt Reeves on twitter. Reeves Tweeted the picture announcing the production of the film has begun.

The picture was captioned with ‘It has begun’. The picture shows a figure riding on a horse on a beach. The face of the figure is not clear as the picture is dark and only shows a silhouette. While a kid is reaching out to the horse riding figure in the picture.

The picture is similar to the original 1980’s Apes film. In the original film we saw the main character played by Charlton Heston arriving on a beach in a similar fashion. Heston’s character Taylor makes a startling discovery when he arrives on the shoreline in an equestrian fashion. 

As the title suggests a major battle is probably underway between the humans and the evolved apes. The upcoming film will follow the storyline after the ending of the Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

Although a battle seems a sure shot but it remains to be the seen if the Statue of Liberty will be destroyed. The film has new cast additions such as Woody Harrelson, Chad Rook and Gabriel Chavarria.

While even new members have been cast to play the apes. Steve Zahn, along with Andy Serkis and Terry Notary will portray the apes. It’s safe to speculate in the upcoming film the truce between the humans and the apes will be threatened.

The arrival of human reinforcements from outside San Francisco will probably lead to war. The film is scheduled for a release date of the 21st of July 2017 in UK. 

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