I sort of wish they wouldn't bother. I liked "Rise" way more than I expected to (as a childhood fan of the original series), and I thought it ended at the perfect spot. The apes have asserted themselves, humans are on the evolutionary downslide, and from there we can imagine how the apes will eventually dominate. At this point there's no need to show us the rest, imo. I realize I'm living in a fantasy world where successful films don't get sequelized, but there's my two cents anyway.
Oct 2 - 06:52 AM
Jesse Leon Rodgers Jr
What Captain said.
Oct 2 - 11:08 AM
awesome name . . . CAPTAIN TERROR!!!! I LOVE IT! (The ending of Rise of the Planet of the Apes CLEARLY suggested sequels, sequels were intended from the beginning of the reboot . . . unfortunately Pierre Boulle never intended sequels to his shot-novel (novella), time has demonstrated that Planet of the Apes requires sequels because it comes across as the beginning of a serial (like Edgar Rice Burrough's Princess of Mars books) there are a lot of things simultaneously in need of being explored further)
Oct 4 - 03:29 PM
Mr. Peabody & Sherman Is a Blast
New Transformers trailer
Where does 12 Years place?
Interviews with the epic's cast