Estella Warren's Daena isn't much expressive either. The movie plot ensues, with Leo arriving thousands of years later for a brief visit whilst aiding burgeoning ape-human peace by imprisoning the warmongering Thade. Why could there not be the same bloodline of the chimp that betrayed the humans on the ape planet that would also betray the humans on earth? In mid-1999, the were interested in directing but were committed to. It's a comedy and then it gets serious. He gives Pericles to Ari, who promises to look after him.
Other than that, I dont see another possibility. Work begins on the reconstruction of the Oberon while the humans are further enslaved, perhaps long after Thade's passing. I mean, the old general ape talks about how monkeys are slightly above humans in the social order, and one of the councilor members looks like an orangutan. Where could you go from here? Pericles was seen as the arrival of apes' god, Semos. Instead, we get a bunch of pointless action scenes, some marginally funny one-liners and some very hollow quasi-intelligent conversations.
In August 2000, two months before , Fox brought and for rewrites. In the end, Thade embraced the powerful weapons and ideals destructive of the humans or so he thought , and this was his downfall. This makes the assumption that the General talked his way out of prison and brought his ideas back upon the apes. Advertisement It could have, but it doesn't. Fox became frustrated by the distance between their approach and Hayes' interpretation of Stone's ideas. This is a subversion, since humans were not actually responsible for the current state of the world.
Technology was advanced enough to become nano-scale, and humans regenerated Earth to be as close to its natural origins as possible. A real spectacular, monkey style. He with a pregnant colleague named Billie Rae Diamond to a time when Palaeolithic humans were at war for the future of the planet with highly evolved apes. His favorite co-worker is a chimpanzee named Pericles. They protect her from the virus, thus ensuring the survival of the human race 102,000 years later.
After a few decades, the ship's crew age while their pilot apes, with all their genetic enhancements, become smarter with each quickly passing generation, eventually forging out and dominating their new territory over the indigenous, peaceful humans. So it was just two guys in makeup doing a scene. Geneticist Will Robinson discovers the plague is a genetic time bomb embedded in the. It's one of those movies that has a lot of errors and there's not really a good way to explain everything. It made jokes, but it took itself seriously.
The apes treat humans as slaves, but with the help of an ape named Ari, Leo starts a rebellion. Chernin was hoping Hayes' script would create a franchise that included sequels, spin-off television shows and merchandise. If that's too easy, contemplate new ways of using time travel to drive a story while maintaining that paradox is strictly impossible I hypothesize that there are few if any ways besides the comedic usage in Bill and Ted's. With 's script, Burton was hired as director, and the film was put into active development. He has arrived earlier than the time period he lived in but after the apes.
I'm glad the Internet can come through for such situations : 2013-10-09 18:45:21 by Cain: The storm was an anomaly sort of like a black hole. It's a social satire and then backs away from pushing that angle too far. The apes' supreme commander is a gorilla named Drak. With a deadly electromagnetic storm approaching the station, a small space pod piloted by Pericles is used to probe the storm. He looks up at what appears to be the Lincoln Memorial, only to find that it is now a monument to General Thade. Leo leaving the planet doesn't mean he'll arrive first.
In the actual film, however, Attar wants everyone to pray before their meal. After their relationship broke up, Burton started a relationship with Bonham Carter, who portrayed Ari. The ships video log even said the planet was barren didn't it? After a few decades, the ship's crew age while their pilot apes, with all their genetic enhancements, become smarter with each quickly passing generation, eventually forging out and dominating their new territory over the indigenous, peaceful humans. I the original Apes when I was the head of Fox in 1967. To explain the multiple moons of Ashlar, in the very distant future it can be assumed that Earth gained a new moon or two.
Then eventually the humans defeated the apes and closed the 'loop', continuing from the beginning of this post. Have you needed to explain this to someone in particular? Here is the sentence which makes everything in the entire movie make perfect sense: Time on Earth and time on the Planet of the Apes run in opposite directions. All traces of artificial interloping had vanished, and Earth had become a global nature preserve, with its only inhabitants volunteer caretakers and visitors. Earlier, the female chimp main character said that maybe Leo's zoo chimps could speak but just chose not too due to the way humans treated them. Even Tim Burton himself said that the end wasn't suppose to make sense. After learning about his previous involvement, Chernin and Rothman met with Peter Jackson to learn about his original Renaissance idea.
In fact, this makes a great deal of sense: it would mean the storm simply connects two different periods in time rather than two distinct solar systems which both happen to have Earthlike planets. The key couple consists of Leo , who is the human hero, and Ari Helena Bonham Carter , who is the Eleanor Roosevelt of the apes. When Pericles lands and the pod opens, the apes interpret his arrival as the return of Semos. The pod is piloted by Pericles, the chimp astronaut. Then Leo showed up a few years later, crash-landed right at the foot of this statue, and faced the kind of terror only a really bored guy on the internet could possibly explain.