James Franco become Scientist
Posted on May 22, 2010 | New Movie
Spiderman is one of the enemy (“Harry Osborn” cast by James Franco) is likely to become scientists in the new movie Rise of the Apes. As quoted from aceshowbiz, Franco reportedly will participate in this film directed by Rupert Wyatt who previously worked on The Escapist (2008) and Get the Picture (2004).
Rise of the Apes tells of a scientist (James Franco) who worked to make drugs to treat Alzheimer’s disease and tested at the ape named Caesar began to experience changes. To protect from the cruel doctors, scientists led Caesar to stay with him.
Ape named Caesar’s character will not be played by an actor who uses costumes, but will be made in digital photo effects studio Weta relialistis by the same technology that was once used in the film Avatar (2009). While for the setting where the city of San Francisco will feature a classic in the years 1960 to 1970, a time when genetic engineering experiments to improve the level of intelligence on monkeys and cause conflicts among species inevitable.
Rise of the Apes is planned to be filmed on July 5, 2010 in British Columbia. Whereas the film Planet of the Apes prequel produced by 20th Century Fox will release on June 24, 2011 in the United States.
May 22, 2010 |
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