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After you get past the stuff about boobs and Austenland, this interview with Keri Russell moves onto her current gig, reuniting with her Felicity director Matt Reeves on Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Ahead of this week’s Comic Con unveiling of some early, CG ape-less footage, Fox have opened up a website for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Matt Reeves will be at Comic-Con on Saturday for the Fox panel but before that he’s dropped a few nuggets of information about the upcoming Rise of the Planet of the Apes sequel.
Is this horse play or monkey business?
An official plot blurb has been released for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and it tells us that a war is brewing between the humans and the apes. I’m a pacifist, so I will not be taking sides.
It’s expected that this new picture will see discord in the house of monkeys. I think we’re headed towards something of an “Et tu, Brute?” moment.
All of the apes in the last film, and this one too, are motion capture creations. These characters are always going to be created via FX work. Ape shall never play ape.
The sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
One’s the leader of a human colony, the other’s an undercover cop who goes too deep.
The young star of Let Me In will be reunited with director Matt Reeves on the upcoming Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Caesar fights to maintain control of his Monkey Rome.
Including: What JJ Abrams and Jon Favreau had to say about the prospect of directing.
We have our monkey man.
There’s only a couple of obviously bad ideas here, and some surprisingly good ones too.
I’m not sure I’d approach a Twilight Zone adaptation without making it an anthology. This, however, is exactly what Warner Bros. are planning, promising “a single freestanding story” in the “big science fiction action movie” mode. I’m sure the recurring …
Let Me In is released across the UK today. While I’m not sure fans of Let the Right One In were looking for a do-over, and definitely not this one, Let Me In is still a solid movie in its …
After Cloverfield, Matt Reeves was holding a red-hot iron and, had things shaken out a little differently, he could well have taken a strike at his passion project, The Invisible Woman. It was to have been a crime drama about …
It’s turning out to be a day for speculating about the payroll on big, tentpole superhero movies.* There must be a lot-of-behind the scenes activity at DC Entertainment right now, and not just the packing of desk calendars and executive …