Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Director: Rupert Wyatt Cast: James Franco, Freida Pinto, John Lithgow

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The Escapist director Rupert Wyatt takes the helm for this Planet of the Apes prequel centering on genetically engineered chimp Caesar (Andy Serkis), who was created in a San Francisco lab by an ambitious scientist (James Franco), and who uses his powerful intellect to lead an ape uprising against all of humankind.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/09/2017
UPC: 0024543331063
Original Release: 2011
Rating: PG-13
Source: 20th Century Fox
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sales rank: 53,906

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Franco Will Rodman
Freida Pinto Caroline Aranha
John Lithgow Charles Rodman
Andy Serkis Caesar
Brian Cox John Landon
Tom Felton Dodge Landon
David Oyelowo Steven Jacobs
Karin Konoval Maurice
Terry Notary Rocket/Bright Eyes
Richard Ridings Buck
Chris Gordon Koba
Devyn Dalton Cornelia
Jay Caputo Alpha
Tyler Labine Robert Franklin
Jamie Harris Rodney
David Hewlett Hunsiker
Ty Olsson Chief John Hamil
Madison Bell Alice Hunsiker
Makena Joy Alice Hunsiker (Teen)
Kevin O'Grady Animal Control Officer #1
Sean Tyson Animal Control Officer #2
Jack Kuris Boy in Muir Woods
Tammy Hui Bridge Driver
Kyle Riefsnyder CHP #1
Rufus Dorsey CHP #2
Anthony McRae CHP #3
Jeb Beach Dad in Muir Woods
Jesse Reid Donnie Thompson
B.J. Harrison Dottie
Leah Gibson Party Girl #1
Tracy Spiridakos Party Girl #2
Ivan Wanis Ruiz Handler at Lab #1
Trevor Carroll Handler at Lab #2
Chelah Horsdal Irena
Timothy Webber Janitor - Stan Timko
James Pizzinato Lab Tech. No. 1
Robin Nielsen Lab Tech No. 2
Monica Mustelier Lab Tech No. 3
Syn Narula Lab Tech No. 4
Mattie Hawkinson Lab Tech No. 5
Ryan Booth South Side Commander
Gordon Douglas Myren Local Guy
Elizabeth Weinstein Mom in Muir Woods
Meredith Canby New Aide
Javier Caballero Cano Newspaper Dad
Peter Bundic Newspaper Boy #1
Dylan Nouri Newspaper Boy #2
Oona Service Playground Girl
Camille Atebe Playground Mom
Derek Morrison Security Guard #1
Dean Redman Security Guard #2
Hector Johnson Security Guard #3
David Richmond-Peck Board Member #1
Adrian Hough Board Member #2
Evans Johnson Board Member #3
Joey Roche Todd Hunsiker
Sean Roche Todd Hunsiker (Teen)
Qayam Devji Todd's Buddy
Yurij Kis Worker
Riel Hahn Zoo Guide
Sonja Bennett Mother on Sidewalk
Michael Kopsa Jerk Driver
Steve Lawlor SFPD #1
Chris Shields SFPD #2
Panou SFPD #3
Sandy Robson SFPD #4
Luc Roderique SWAT
Mike Dopud Northside Officer
Mark Henriques Driver
Stacey Schmidt Jogger
Matteo Mazziotti Child in Car
Willy Miles Guy with Newspaper
Fred North Camera Ship Pilot
Juliette Goodrich KPIX News Anchor
Allen Martin KPIX News Anchor
James Shearman Conductor

Technical Credits
Rupert Wyatt Director
Renee April Costumes/Costume Designer
Heike Brandstatter Casting
Conrad Buff Editor
Peter Chernin Producer
Dylan Clark Producer
Michael Cozens Animator
Nick Craven Animator
Weta Digital Animator
Patrick Doyle Score Composer
Simeon Duncombe Animator
Mark Goldblatt Editor
Thomas M. Hammel Executive Producer
Dan Hermansen Art Director
David Husby Sound Mixer
Rick Jaffa Producer,Screenwriter
Mike Larocca Co-producer
Andrew Lesnie Cinematographer
Coreen Mayrs Casting
Chuck Michael Sound/Sound Designer
Sheila K. Millar Set Decoration/Design
Claude Pare Production Designer
WCT Productions Makeup Special Effects
Jance Rubinchik Animator
Jalil Sadool Animator
Amanda Silver Producer,Screenwriter
John Sore Animator
Bill Terezakis Makeup Special Effects
Grant Van Der Slagt Art Director
Pete Whyte Asst. Director
Kurt Williams Co-producer
Debra Zane Casting

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Rise of the Planet of the Apes 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
HeavyMetalGamer007 More than 1 year ago
When I first saw the previews for Rise of the Planet of the Apes, I was pretty skeptical. I figured special effects and whatnot would be pretty good with modern technology, but I wasn't too sure about the story. I decided to wait and rent this first, but in the end, after having watched it, I am glad to say that it really was pretty good. I wouldn't say it was totally epic, but it was pretty enjoyable overall. This is basically the story of how the initial group of apes became smarter and began their rise towards domination. It also goes on to show how mankind would begin descending (because let's face it, a simple pack of apes clearly couldn't take over the world), but there is an element within the movie that inevitably brings that about. I don't want to say too much, because I don't want to ruin it for anyone reading this who hasn't seen it yet. All in all, this movie is totally worth at least a watch, if not a buy. Check it out!
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
I have heard of this and the other movies. This one was really good.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't wait for the next movie.
JimRGill2012 More than 1 year ago
I admit that I’m a huge “Planet of the Apes” fan. As a child, I loved all of the original films, and I even “went Ape for a day” when movie theaters showed all 5 original Apes films back-to-back in one day back in the mid-1970s. I’m also a fan of the Tim Burton “Planet of the Apes” film (which is far more faithful to the source novel than the others). So it was with a sense of trepidation that I viewed this latest “re-imagining.” As it turns out, my fears were for naught. This film, which pretty much reconceptualizes “Conquest of the Planet of the Apes” (the 4th film in the original franchise), is a smart, exciting, and surprisingly sophisticated take on how humanity could engineer its own demise at the hands of another species. James Franco is solid in the lead as a researcher with a strong sense of ethics and a passion to develop a cure for Alzheimer’s, a disease that plagues his father, played by the always brilliant John Lithgow. The real star of this film, however, is Andy Serkis, who gives life to Caesar, the chimpanzee who is torn between his love for humanity and his duty to his species—and whose performance is surely worthy of an Oscar nomination. Don’t worry if this all sounds a bit hokey—it plays a lot better than it sounds. Add a star if you’re a diehard “Apes” fan.