Rise of the Planet of the Apes was one of the best films of 2011, and certainly the most memorable.
Although Steven Spielberg won't be directing the fourth installment of the popular Jurassic Park franchise, he will be one of the film's producers along with Kathleen Kennedy.
I have to admit I was extremely skeptical about the most recent Planet of the Apes reboot.
As we’ve reported here on TG, film festivals seem to have been making a big comeback across the country, which we think is a wonderful development.
20th Century Fox has confirmed that the sequel to Rise of the Planet of The Apes is poised to kick off production.
It’s easy to not be aware of the fact, or to forget there were actually five Planet of the Apes movies back in the day, because the follow ups mostly weren’t that great, and the original 1967 Apes movie was an absolute classic.
Macabre director Tim Burton surprised everyone in 2001 when he made a less than stellar film.
As a big fan of the original Planet of the Apes, of course I was skeptical before Rise of the Planet of the Apes came out.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes grossed $453 million worldwide and was very well received across the board by critics, including this one - as I still call it the best film of the year so far.
Is it too early to declare 'film of the year'?
Rise of the Planet of the Apes is only possible because of some really great effects technology.
With the Planet of the Apes prequel nearly upon us, it takes me back to the first time I saw the 1967 original.
The new Apes trailer is nearly 3-minutes long and full of juicy spoilers.