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The war begins this summer as Caesar gets ready to face off against his most dangerous foe yet. Will Apes and humans be able to live in harmony? Or will our world truly become a planet of apes? Fans will get a sneak peek at this ensuing fight when all-new footage drops tomorrow. Today, we get an intense new tease of this trilogy ending sequel.
It's CinemaCon, and Caesar is going to show he means business to all the theater distributors in attendance. Last night, Caesar invaded Las Vegas and took over Caesars Palace with a major show-stopping visual effect! We have pictures from this event along with the trailer teaser below.
In anticipation of a brand new trailer launching tomorrow, projections of Caesar, the title character of War for the Planet of the Apes, and a special image created by Shepard Fairey in collaboration with Studio One took over Caesars Palace. »
All hail the mighty Caesar!!
Twentieth Century Fox’s presentation isn’t until this Thursday at CinemaCon 2017, the studio wanted to create a special hype for the attendees at the conference.
The image was projected by twelve 35,000 lumen projectors with true 4K images all digitally mapped together to create one large image on the hotel.
The final image was over 495’ wide and 261’ tall and required over a football field of cabling running from roof to roof at Caesers Palace in Las Vegas. All the lights on the Caesars Palace Augustus Tower was turned off while the image is projected.
- Gig Patta
As A Lawyer, Ralph Bellamy Was Indefensible
It’s a good thing this story wasn’t part of the actual series. Otherwise we might not all be here right now.
I’m so old, I watched Perry Mason first run not on the reruns playing on every channel this side of C-span. But it’s not why I became a lawyer. Perry Mason was unrealistic. A murder trial every week where the real murderer was dumb enough to sit in the courtroom and watch. No, Perry Mason didn’t make me want to become a lawyer. The Defenders did.
The Defenders was a show about a middle-aged attorney – played by E.G. Marshall – and his fresh-out-of-law-school son – played by a young, pre-permed Robert Reed. Although the show had some murder mystery episodes, most dealt with some of the complex and serious issues of the time; abortion, religious intolerance, capital punishment, civil rights, »
- Bob Ingersoll
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