The ‘Planet of the Apes’ was inspired by the real life location

Posted September 13, 2018 07:24:07 The movie Planet of the Monsters inspired a huge amount of real-life locations and the creation of some very real ape creatures, according to the director and producer of the film.

“I would say the most iconic was the one at the top of the mountains in Africa,” said Adam Gale.

“That was inspired in part by the location at the bottom of the Amazon, which is a very important area to the movie, and it’s where they’re actually found.

It’s one of the few locations in the world that has this very real effect.”

The ape-themed location was inspired from a real-world location, according.

The film, which opened to $6.7 million in North America, also included a scene that was filmed on a beach in Australia that was inspired.

“That was one of those moments where, for a long time, I thought, well, I’ll just write it in and see how it goes,” Gale said.

How did the ape creatures appear in the movie? “

When the film was finished, Gale had a lot of questions.

How did the ape creatures appear in the movie?

What happened to the apes?

What kind of animals did they evolve from?”

It was all very close to home. “

You have to remember that it’s an 80s movie.

It was all very close to home.

And the apes are real animals.

They look like real apes, and they move.

They breathe fire.

So it was a very interesting, very visceral, very emotional place to be.”

The Apes sequel, Planet of The Wolves, opens Friday.


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