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    A Planet of the Apes 4 plot tease proves why the flu matters

    Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes takes humans in a new direction, possibly continuing the War for the Planet of the Apes storyline.


    Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes It is the fourth entry coming in Planet of the Apes Reboot the series, and I’ve already poked fun at why the Simian flu is so important. The movie will follow the events of Matt Reeves. Planet of the Apes trilogy, exploring the events that occur afterward War for the Planet of the Apes. Although the movie will focus on different characters, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes He’s already proven he’ll innovate at the biggest point of the trilogy, the Simian Flu.

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    Simian influenza first appeared in The rise of Planet of the Apes, where a potential Alzheimer’s treatment called ALZ-112 is being created. When tested on primates, the animals that received ALZ-112 became smarter, stronger, and got a greenish tint to their eyes. While ALZ-112 causes planet of the apes Caesar to talk, the next iteration of the ALZ-113 formula, has an incredibly negative effect on humans. ALZ-113 causes a virus known as monkey flu in humans, with symptoms of blood in the nose, vomiting, and eventual death. The infectious disease has wiped out 99% of humanity, and may return in the next movie.

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    Monkey flu could explain the planet’s kingdom of savages

    Caesar carries Cornelius as they ride to safety in the War for the Planet of the Apes

    Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes It is set to take place years after the events of War for the Planet of the Apes, which is set long after humanity’s collapse. In the initial plot summary for Kingdom of the Planet of the ApesThe film describes the few remaining groups of humans as “to a brutal life” (via Hollywood Reporter). people who were in War for the Planet of the Apes The movie was pretty naturalistic, implying that something had to happen to the humans to turn them back into primitive creatures.

    the end of War for the Planet of the Apes He reveals that the Crimean flu has mutated inside a young girl’s body, with the virus capable of infecting previously immune humans. Patient zero of this virus is Colonel McCullough, as he became infected after touching the little girl’s doll. The Brick Flu mutation causes the Colonel to lose his ability to speak, and he chooses to end his own life before his symptoms get worse. Colonel McCullough specifically speculated that the new strain could make humans turn into animals, which means it may have spread to those “brutalHumans in Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes.

    Brutal humans fix the problem of a large planet of apes

    Caesar in the Snow at War for the Planet of the Apes

    Planet of the ApesInfected humans are likely to be very different in the upcoming sequel from their predecessors, which could fix one of the biggest criticisms of the series. The series is often criticized for giving too much screen time to humans, who are far less interesting than characters like Caesar. This is especially true of The rise of Planet of the Apeswhich gives a lot of focus to James Franco’s character.

    However, it seems that there will be virtually no uninfected humans Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes. Since humans can’t talk, they likely won’t get much character development or screen time at all. This may be a great positive for Kingdom of the Planet of the ApesAnd finally solve the problem of franchise rights.

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