In 2001, acclaimed director Tim Burton released a new version of Planet of the Apes.This version, which had been in stalled production for years before Burton signed onto the project, was an entirely new movie and not a remake and owed very little to either the original novel or the first movie, but was instead a mix of plots, themes and lines from both, along with new material.
In this version it's just another planet, the apes are there because they were on the ship which crashed after going looking for Mark and the monkey. The wait worked was that the person who goes in first comes out last. The monkey goes first then mark then the ship so by the end of the film the ship is super old and then the monkey turns up like some sort of missing link jesus. When Mark gets.
In a larger sense, the ending evokes the ending of the Planet of the Apes novel, where the hero has an adventure on a planet ruled by apes, and then inexplicably finds Earth ruled by apes upon his return.
Related: Planet Of The Apes: All Movie Timelines Explained The first film in the trilogy, Rise, is a reboot of Fox's highly-successful franchise, which began with the original film Planet of the Apes in 1968, and includes several sequel films (released in the first half of the 1970s) and even an animated TV series (1975).The studio previously attempted to reboot the franchise with the 2001.
Remakes are exceptionally tricky when the source material is highly regarded. For Planet of the Apes the deep social and general societal issues along with the intriguing look at science made the film the classic it is. Tim Burton’s massively budgeted update only contains brief moments of this brilliance, crafting a decent chase film out of the concept with a tacked-on ending that baffles.
The origins of the intelligent apes are described in the novels by William T. Quick, Planet of the Apes: The Fall and Planet of the Apes: Colony. The novels are about how an intelligent ape named Jonathan rose to power and fathered a new race of apes. This is the ape who changes his name to Semos, who is mentioned in the film. The apes subdued the humans and became the dominant species; over.
Planet of the Apes When Planet of the Apes opened in theaters, few people knew what to expect. To most, the idea of a movie with the premise of a planet full of intelligent apes went against everything they had been taught. The initial attraction was the superb cast, spearheaded by Charlton Heston who portrays Taylor, an astronaut who crashes onto the planet. Heston was joined by many popular.
The apes arrive and attack the humans who have gathered to see Leo. A familiar vehicle descends from the sky and is identified immediately by Leo. The pod is piloted by Pericles, the chimp astronaut. Pericles was pushed forward in time as Leo was, and had just now found his way to the planet. When Pericles lands and the pod opens, the apes interpret his arrival as the return of Semos, the.