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GRTV News - Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes trailer is full of conflict and suspense

The Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes has risen in this new trailer for the upcoming movie.

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"Hello everyone, welcome to another GRTV After News, I'm Alex, as always taking you through the latest and greatest in tech, gear, gaming, entertainment, whatever you like, whatever you love, we always have it here at GRTV News and we also have it in the wider Gamereactor Network, so if you like gaming reviews, previews, movie reviews and more, be sure to check that out wherever you get your Gamereactor from, but with enough of me babbling, let's get to today's news. Unsurprisingly, we're going over something that was shown at last night's Super Bowl. If you didn't watch the Super Bowl, fair enough, but it usually has a lot of trailers, especially movie trailers that are coming our way and sort of showcasing what's going to be coming out in the next few months, if not the year as a whole. We got things like Deadpool 3, which has already been talked about in another GRTV News video, we got Despicable Me 4, we got Wicked, we got some other stuff, Spongebob and Patrick Wong commentary, it was a wild ride. I didn't watch the show, but the memes afterwards have been pretty good. We also got a look at the Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes trailer, the first showcase of this new trilogy in the Planet of the Apes universe. I'll just let the trailer sort of play in the background here, after we get past this ad of course."

"But yes, basically, it's full of sort of typical, your usual really good CGI, looking at these apes, and basically it takes place a few hundred years, if I'm not wrong, after the events of War for the Planet of the Apes, which was the third film in the sort of Caesar trilogy.
Caesar is long gone, as we know, and we're sort of in this new age of the Planet of the Apes now, where it is truly owned by the apes, and humans are sort of hunted and have become sort of devolved in a way. There's a new king in charge by the looks of things, Proxius, I believe his name is, but he's not a very cool guy, as we know, and it's up to our boy Noah to figure out what the secrets of the world were, and that humans aren't actually that bad. You know, apes are pretty much hunting humans, treating them like secondary beings, basically, and Noah doesn't think that's right. But, as the Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes will, it's basically, you know, a sort of role reversal of apes versus humans, and it's very interesting, to be honest. I've loved the original trilogy of the Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes movies, and to see Kingdom coming back, I'm not sort of fully sold on it just yet. I don't know if it'll have that same charm of the originals, with Andy Serkis not being involved anymore as in the main role of Caesar, but I'm definitely open to seeing what it is about. It's going to be an interesting ride. I think it's going to be interesting to see a lot more of the evolved ape society, how they're all able to speak now, whereas even by the third movie in the last trilogy, there was still a fair few that couldn't really speak, and were just communicating by sign language, even though they were vastly intelligent. And we're still at this point, though, where ape society hasn't fully evolved to the points of the classic Charles Henson movie, or something like that. Charles Henson?
Not sure that's the name of the actor. I can't remember the name of the actor. In any case, can you remember the name of the actor who was in the original Planet of the Apes movie?
What do you think of Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes movie? Do you think it'll be good?
Do you think it'll be bad? Let me know all that and more, and I'll see you in tomorrow's GRTV News video. Bye bye."

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