The Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes trailer is buzzing
20Th Century Studios is doing stupid things this week and releasing a trailer for it Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes, the next installment in the long-running science fiction series (albeit part of the rebooted continuity). This entry jumps forward several generations and finds apes becoming the dominant species on Earth, living together harmoniously in Caesar’s vision until a dictator comes to power and an ape named Noa seeks freedom. Owen Teague plays Noa, Freya Allan, Kevin Durand, Peter Macon and William H. Macy round out the main cast. Director: Wes Ball, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes will hit theaters on May 24, 2024 (Memorial Day weekend), and you can watch the trailer below:
I hope so Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes. I had no interest in these films at the time Planet of the Apes: Prevolution was made assuming they were inferior modern remakes/reboots/re-whatevers that lacked what made the original work. But they surprised me by being excellent science fiction stories, especially the second one, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Matt Reeves, who directed the second and third films, has moved on and been replaced by Wes Ball, and I have no opinion on that; Aside from this film, Ball has only directed Maze runner Films I haven’t seen. (I don’t like teenage dystopia.) But the trailer looks great, with more of the excellent special effects that brought the monkeys to life in the last three films. The key will be to unravel a human story that formed the basis for the previous films; To that end, Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, who wrote the first two entries, are back, which is a good sign. I like a lot of the actors; The only thing I’ve seen Owen Teague in is Itwhere he had a small role and Freya Allan is good in it The Witcher (The actors aren’t the problem in this show). But William H. Macy is a legend, Peter Macon is excellent at it The Orville, and Kevin Durand is always a good villain. Hopefully, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes ensures a good start to next summer’s film list.