‘Dawn of the Planet Of The Apes’ Spoilers: Release Date Set For July 11, 2014; Caesar Still The Star Of The Show, With Angry Koba and Maurice, The Orangutan


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More “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” spoilers emerge as the movie’s screening nears. 

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” will be screened on July 11 2014. The ext trailer of the prequel of the ‘Planet of The Apes’ can now be seen on YouTube. Watch it below: 

The plot of the “Dawn of The Planet Of The Apes” will start about the peaceful living of the apes in their habitat until Malcolm and his group arrive. Carver (played by Kirk Acevedo) accidentally (or semi-accidentally because he has intention to shoot the ape, but he changes his mind, however, something happened that triggered that shooting) shoots one of the apes. With what happened, it triggers the group of apes to prepare for war against humanity.

From the prequel, “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” (which earned a lot of positive critiques according to Screenrant last 2011), Caesar is the only chimpanzee who has ability to talk to the humans and has an intelligence like a human. So the hail goes to Caesar because he served as a spokesperson between humans and apes.

From the review of MTV, Caesar is still the star of the show (Dawn Of The Planets Apes), plus angry Koba (played by Toby Kebbell) whose Caesar’s greatest ally, and orangutan Maurice (played by Karin Konoval) who is life-like… almost, making a scary approach whenever you see her.

The apes appear more aggressive; they know how to shoot and act like a badass assassin (see the movie trailer) and the scene of father and son Malcolm and Ellie’s (played by Keri Russell), bonding with Maurice.

How will it end?

Screenrant said that it will end like a Shakesperean tragedy without old European people, but with talking apes, instead.

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