I seen the Tim Burton/Danny Elfman movie. Are these new movies totally separate? Do they follow the classic movies at all or totally re-imagined?
Rise was nothing at all like the Burton film and it seems Fox has retconned that from continuity. It's a bit of a re-imagining, but it reuses elements of previous Apes films while creating an exciting origin for the apes takeover. I thought Rise was a decent movie, and it gets better as it goes along. I think the events that will transpire in the sequel will be more exciting for me as a filmgoer and a fan of the other Apes films.
Yes, if this film features apes riding horse back, then I think Giacchino is a good choice for composer.
I imagine this will be more of an action adventure film. Giacchino did pretty well with John Carter and Star Trek. Though as Ive said before he needs to develop his themes a little more.
Isn't it true now that the studios and the producers don't want themes anymore? That composers these days are pretty much seconded guessed by studio "suits" that think they know better than the composer they're paying big money to? Isn't it the case today that the reason we get so many mediocre scores is because composers aren't allowed the freedoms they once had, nor the time to properly develope an intelligent score. I tend not to blame the composers. As is the case with so many things these days... it's the system that's the problem.
I don't remember much of Doyle's score (nothing against him, he's done great work)--but if Giacchino can get back to his Lost aesthetic he's a perfect choice. There's some fantastically barbaric music in Lost that is very much in the Planet of the Apes vibe. And if the new movie really does depict a more primitive future society as photos seem to indicate it would be a great opportunity for that kind of score.
I just watched this trailer, which I found quite interesting, and then came here and found an earlier one I had missed, which I thought was from the earlier page here, but can't seem to find it now. Looking forward to this movie and they have truly re-invented this genre, something that Tim Burton was unable to do, although I still enjoy my copy of his version with the stoic Wahlberg. Also like the earlier trailer. (Thanks, David.)
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Very much looking forward to the movie and its score! I am really happy to see the "Apes" saga thriving again at the cinema, it's a worthwhile and potent sci-fi series that can be both thoughtful and fun.
Interesting... on Masterworks, not Varese. Varese has released nearly every Giacchino score over the past few years and they aren't putting out How to Train Your Dragon 2 either. Is this a by product of their buy out?