Building the Ape Planet from Concept to Screen
1968’s Planet of the Apes boasted one of the largest production budgets of its time, a good chunk of which went into the precedent-setting Apes costumes and prosthetic makeup. Having such elaborate characters without an equally captivating setting simply was out of the discussion. Gathered here is a collection of original concept art exploring how the Ape Planet was envisioned, before it was brought to life.
A Special Birthday Tribute Celebrating Kim Hunter's Iconic Performance
Brush up on your Apes trivia with these little-known facts about the classics!
Classic Movie Posters Inspire the Epic Crossover Cover Artwork
Developing the Culture of the Ape Community in DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES
A Mother’s Day Tribute to the Inspiring Mothers of Planet of the Apes
Meet The Women Who Form the Foundation of a Truce
Meet Dr. Zira, the change agent of 1968’s Planet of the Apes
Explore the Planet of the Apes 50th Anniversary Event
Discover how this historic franchise went from book to screen during one sweltering Arizona summer in 1967.
Dana Gould Chats Planet of the Apes: Visionaries, Available 8/28
A Scene From the Rod Serling Planet of the Apes Script, Performed By Its Original Cast
Chatting Apes with the Curator of the Forbidden Zone Archive
Building the Ultimate Apes Treasure Trove with Collector Andrew Jones
Experience classic thrills in this vintage trailer for Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
How the formation and destruction of families drives plot in the modern Apes trilogy.