Planet of the Apes Reboot

Those Damn Dirty Apes Return to the Silver Screen…

According to web reports over the weekend, we can expect another ‘Planet of the Apes’ movie, however it  won’t be a sequel to 2004 Tim Burton remake but i remake of another Apes film, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes:


Things are different in this script, written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, which is called Genesis: Apes. Fans will know that Caesar in Conquest is the result of a massive temporal paradox – his parents escaped to 1973 from a far future Earth. Further, Conquest takes place in a dystopian ‘future’ – 1991 – while Genesis: Apes is set in the modern day.


In this version Caesar is the result of a genetic scientist fooling around with the nature of things. When the baby monkey exhibits intelligence and the ability to talk, he takes the cuddly thing home to his wife, who is unable to bear children. Things go surprisingly well for a number of years until Caesar grows up and sees mommy getting attacked. The dutiful son steps in and accidentally kills the attacker.


Caesar ends up in custody at an Ape Conservatory where he and the other apes are abused mercilessly. Caesar finds himself a primate without a world – he’s as smart as humans but will never be one of them (and is in fact tortured by them) and he’s initially rejected by his monkey brethren.

So far, no studio has confirmed the possible rebooth – check back with for the latest Ape Updates!