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"Apes. Together. Strong." 20th Century Fox has launched the second official trailer for the new War for the Planet of the Apes movie, directed again by Matt Reeves, continuing (and perhaps ending) the new trilogy of Apes movies. After the tensions kept building in the first two movies, this time it's an all out war between humans and apes. Andy Serkis returns to play Caesar, and the cast includes Woody Harrelson as his adversary, the Colonel. Also starring Judy Greer as Cornelia, Max Lloyd-Jones as Blue Eyes, plus Steve Zahn, Chad Rook, Ty Olsson, Aleks Paunovic and Sara Canning. The first trailer for this was amazing, one of my favorite trailers from last year, but this one is even better, and I am pretty much losing my mind with excitement over this. The footage looks awesome - all the action, and Caesar seriously pissed. Here's the second official trailer for »
- Alex Billington
Get ready everyone because War is coming, and there is a whole lot at stake. There are a lot of sequels coming out this year, but there may be no sequel more highly-anticipated than War for the Planet of the Apes. This unlikely, incredible reboot trilogy started back in 2011 with Rise of the Planet of the Apes and truly escalated to new heights with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in 2014. Now it looks like Caesar is looking to finish what he started. Or die trying.
CinemaCon is currently going on in Las Vegas and that means a lot of studios are putting their best foot forward this week. For Fox, that meant debuting a brand new trailer for War for the Planet of the Apes. The studio released a brief trailer tease yesterday in anticipation of this new footage arriving online. As with the first trailer, it looks »
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