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Bringing the apocalyptic landscape of ‘Planet of the Apes’ to life

09
Jul
2014

Perhaps the most astonishing thing about Rise of the Planet of the Apes was that it made you care for a character who you knew was responsible for the downfall of humanity. While much of that came down to the brilliant acting of Andy Serkis, it was also due in large part to the advanced animation and motion capture techniques that turned Caesar from a man in a gray bodysuit to a stunningly realized intelligent ape. For the upcoming sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, things get significantly more intense. Certainly the greatest and most enjoyable challenge on Dawn was putting myself in the mind of the ape and trying to understand how they would take the next steps on their evolutionary journey, production designer James Chinlund tells The Verge.

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