Tellingly, the announcement was made by Andy Serkis and Tiffany Haddish, both of whom delivered two of the most accomplished screen performances of 2017: Serkis in an uncannily expressive motion-capture portrayal of the ape leader
Caesar in "War For the Planet of the Apes," Haddish in a scene-stealing turn as a brutally frank bestie in the hit summer comedy "Girls Trip."
DVD PS19.99/Blu-ray PS26.99 WAR FOR THE PLANETS OF THE APES 12 THROUGH the magic of motion-capture performance, Andy Serkis breaks our hearts as exiled ape leader
Caesar in the concluding chapter of the sci-fi franchise.
Andy's portrayal of ape leader
Caesar helped wipe away the memory of Tim Burton's ill-fated reboot of the classic sci-fi series (2001).
Despite Caesar's attempt to broker peace by letting captive human soldiers go, the Colonel escalates the enmity by murdering the ape leader
's wife and son.
But for Apes director and co-writer Matt Reeves, the decision to bring the story of the ape leader
Caesar (Andy Serkis) to an end in the film's emotional final moments did not involve any agonising or second-guessing.
It was the lightbulb moment when Andy realised he had truly captured the character of Caesar, the super-intelligent ape leader
and star of the blockbuster series.
At the heart of Dawn is ape leader
Caesar, brought to life wonderfully by Andy "Gollum" Serkis using motion–capture technology, who is justly wary of mankind.
It was slightly unnerving - but it was also the moment when he realised he'd truly captured his character, Caesar, the super-intelligent ape leader
and star of the Hollywood franchise.
Ten years after conquering the Earth, ape leader
Caesar wants the ruling apes and enslaved humans to live in peace But warring factions of apes led by a militant gorilla general as well as various human groups threaten the stability.