This was the first "Planet of the Apes" film shot in the 1.85:1 aspect ratio. The films before were shot in 2.35:1 and 2.39:1. More height was needed for this film because of scenes with the apes on horses, and the fight on the tower in the climax, and because Director Matt Reeves wanted to shoot the movie with a shallower depth of field. He was also originally planning on the film to be shot in 2.39:1. But when he realized that he could not, largely due to the decision to shoot the movie in 3-D, he switched to the 1.85:1 aspect ratio for this film. See more
If you have a fever and cough or a sore throat, stay home.
Man on TV
I'd say 95% chance of this is manufactured. Came out of a laboratory.
The source of the virus was traced back to drug test done at Gen-Sys Laboratories in San Francisco.
Male Reporter 1
The lab technician, now known as Patient Zero, was accidentally exposed to retrovirus ALZ-113, an Alzheimer's trial drug that was being testing on chimpanzees.
Male Reporter 2
The infected chimps showed signs of erratic and aggressive behavior that led to their escape from...
After the credits there is an audio cue of Apes digging through, and removing rubble and concrete. Then Koba's distinctive breathing is heard, hinting at Koba surviving the fall after his struggle with Caesar. See more