Tag Archives: Andy Serkis

Andy Serkis On Board For “Planet of the Apes” Sequel.

English actor Andy Serkis who wowed audiences as the human alter ego of Caesar in last summer’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” has signed on for a sequel, The Wrap reports. Rupert Wyatt will direct, the website reported. … Continue reading

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Six Reasons To Love Motion Capture

With the release of “The Adventures of Tintin” upon us, The Guardian makes the case for why you should love motion-capture cinema. Here’s one reason: “Eerie Resemblance Characters should look a bit – but not quite – like those playing … Continue reading

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The Weekend Box Office And Your Monday Must-Read.

A parable about the dangers of genetic engineering and a film that’s getting derided for its historical inaccuracies ruled the box office this weekend. “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” stayed atop the box office heap for the second … Continue reading

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Our (Planet of the) Apes, Ourselves

Here’s one from this morning’s New York Times arts section. Film critic Terrence Rafferty spends some time thinking about the upcoming “Planet of the Apes” reboot and takes a moment to consider what the new movie, along with the original … Continue reading

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