War for the Planet of the Apes Features Original Series Character


War for the Planet of the Apes Features Original Series Character
war for the planet of the apes1 War for the Planet of the Apes Features Original Series Character

Now, the previous two Planet of the Apes prequel films haven’t necessarily been shy about containing Easter eggs or nods back to the original films, but this is without a doubt the largest connection that has been featured yet. There are obviously, some big narrative and timeline questions that arise from this news also, if the little girl in the movie is, in fact, the same Nova that was played by Linda Harrison alongside Charlton Heston in the original 1968 film – including, how the film will explain the time jump between the events in War for the Planet of the Apes and the original Planet of the Apes, assuming it does at all.

Taking place just two years after the events of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the newest film picks back up with Caesar as a battle-hardened, cold war leader looking to find some way to finish the war between his people and what’s left of humanity. Already on the brink of losing all attachments to the human race, Caesar and his closest allies will take the biggest risk of the war yet when they look to take down humanity’s “Kurtz-esque” leader, played by Harrison, who looks to have quite a tumultuous relationship with Serkis’ ape leader in the film.

Being part of what is already one of the most critically-acclaimed and interesting blockbuster franchises currently active, the question of how the next Planet of the Apes installment either continues or finishes Caesar’s story makes it that much more exciting of a film. The matter of Nova is yet another intriguing piece to the puzzle that is War for the Planet of the Apes, too.

 

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