Disney's Going Back to THE PLANET OF THE APES

New ‘Planet Of The Apes’ Movie In Early Development At 20th Century Fox With Director Wes Ball

There are no timelines to Disney's Planet of the Apes film just yet but knowing how Disney likes to capitalise on a good thing I wouldn't be surprised if we get some progress on this pretty soon. Despite an incredibly successful reboot with Rise, Dawn, and War for the Planet of the Apes, some of us fans anxious the franchise would once again go dormant.

Our guess? Disney's interested in doing something a little kinder and gentler with the property, perhaps something that can sustain its own trilogy.

Following Disney's acquisition of Fox, it was discussed a new film would be developed into the franchise that would take place in the same universe at Reeves' reboot trilogy, but it's now unclear if Ball's film will follow such plans. The studio has signed "Maze Runner" director Wes Ball to helm a new movie for the franchise. The film was a massive success and started the franchise which includes four more films, television series, animated series, a Tim Burton-remake and a reboot franchise. But when Disney acquired most of Fox's film and TV assets, Mouse Guard was one of the projects that got shelved.

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Matt Reeves directed the final two films. All starred Serkis as Caesar, leader of the ape civilization. Originally, the first movie in 1968 came from a book by French writer Pierre Boulle.

Planet of the Apes is one of the first big Fox franchises to be redeveloped following the Disney deal.

To date, the trilogy in the rebooted series has grossed at $1.68 billion at the global box office. This told the story of three human explorers who stumble upon a planet dominated by intelligent, great apes.

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