Matt Reeves couldn't say no to Planet of the Apes

Matt Reeves couldn't say no to Planet of the Apes

And ticket sales are still just conjecture for "War", hitting theaters Thursday night, but it now holds a 93 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the highest for any "Planet of the Apes" movies, including the Oscar-nominated 1968 classic that started it all.

The producers, however, were insistent and said that as long as he could stick to their proposed schedule, they wanted him and his vision for the movie, offering him a deal. "[But] They can't make me be an ape". And that's not the only thing "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and "War for the Planet of the Apes" have in common.

One can say that both Reeves and the studio made the right calls with regards to the licence the director was given to unleash his vision for the franchise.

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"From a storytelling perspective, from a sort of metaphor perspective, they just serve - constantly serve - to be this brilliant reflector of the human condition", Serkis, who portrays ape leader Caesar, told CBC News.

20th Century Fox, Fox Star India, has released a new bullet for the upcoming blockbuster "Planet Monkey: War". After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar will clash with his dark instincts and embark on a mythical pursuit of objective in order to revive his species.

In the final battle that will follow, Caesar and Colonel will clash in order to decide the destiny of each species and the future of the planet.

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