Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes Finally Comes Home Next Month

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Last month, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes has arrived in theaters, bringing with it a new set of characters positioned to continue the war between humans and apes established in Caesar’s film. restart the trilogy. If you managed to miss it in theaters over the past six weeks, where it’s being held make money!—or you’re just waiting to watch it from the safety of your home, good news: it will be streaming in a few weeks.

Digital retailers like Apple, Prime Video, etc. Kingdom available for purchase July 9. Its physical editions (in Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD formats) will be released the following month, on August 27. It is the 4K UHD that will interest people the most, since it is the 4K UHD that will interest people the most, since I will come with an alternative version of the film. Dubbed “Inside the Lens: Raw Cut,” it will feature a split-screen view showing the unfinished effects and the actors performing the ape performances in their mocap uniforms. With optional commentary from director Wes Ball, editor Dan Zimmerman, and VFX supervisor Erik Winquist, the Raw Cut is simply interesting in its own right since few VFX-heavy films give as much insight into how they’re made and how the actors play.

Additional bonus features in Kingom commercial releases include 14 deleted and extended scenes (each with optional commentary, courtesy of Ball) and a documentary delving into the film’s production. This behind-the-scenes look will cover filming in Australia, the actors’ training at “Ape School” and the practical and visual effects required to create the film. If that wasn’t enough, the 4K UHD version will also be available in a steelbook with custom artwork by artist Dylan Cole, which you can see below.

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So it’s Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes July 9 for digital and August 27 for physical. But say you have Monkeys fever and I would like to see more of these films. 20th Century Studios will also offer a pack containing all 10 Monkeys movies, including Tim Burton’s, which will cost $100.


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