PG-13 | | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
A substance designed to help the brain repair itself gives rise to a super-intelligent chimpanzee who leads an ape uprising.
According to Rick Jaffa, the codename of the first experimental virus in this movie was to be RT-112, as a reference to the original Planet of the Apes (1968) having an RT (running time) of 112 minutes. They later settled for ALZ-112.
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Will Rodman: Which one's this? Number nine?
Robert Franklin: Yeah, this is number nine. Bright Eyes, we call her. Are you watching this? This is unbelievable.
Robert Franklin: Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
Will Rodman: How many moves was that?
Robert Franklin: 20.
Robert Franklin: Yeah, a perfect score ...
As the apes reach San Francisco Zoo to free the zoo's captive primates, there's an establishing shot through the trees showing the downtown city skyline, with the top of the Transamerica Pyramid building clearly visible. In reality the San Francisco Zoo is in the extreme south west corner of the city, on the Pacific coast, while downtown San Francisco is in the north east of the city, next to the bay. Not only are all of San Francisco's largest hills directly in between them, blocking any view of downtown from the zoo, they are also over eight miles away from each other. The shot makes it appear that there is only flat terrain between them, and that they're only about a couple of miles apart.
The end credits appear over a map, showing the virus spreading around the world.
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