Andy Serkis was ‘cautious’ of being too human in Planet of the Apes

Andy Serkis

Andy Serkis was ‘cautious’ of being too human in Planet of the Apes Andy Serkis and director Matt Reeves were constantly refining the scriptto ensure that Caesar still very much identified as an ape despite his intelligence, speech and evolution. Hollywood actor Andy Serkis has finally admitted that he did not want to make his character in Planet of the Apes series too human-like. The 53-year-old actor, who played the role of Caesar in all the three movie of the Planet of the Apes franchise, revealed he and the filmmaker were…

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LIFE ON MARS?: Alien snapped ‘peering out of cave on Red Planet’ in NASA photograph

LIFE ON MARS?: Alien snapped 'peering out of cave on Red Planet' in NASA photograph

LIFE ON MARS?: Alien snapped ‘peering out of cave on Red Planet’ in NASA photograph WITH its timid expression, could this really be the face of a nervous but quizzical Martian peering out of a cave as the NASA Curiosity Rover drives by? NASA*UFOSD Peek-a-boo: Is this an alien on Mars? One veteran UFO chaser and his army of online followers think so. The emergence of the grainy image of the “alien face” poking out of a small rock opening has sparked a fierce online debate over what it could…

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Sentinel satellite launched to picture Planet Earth

Sentinel satellite launched to picture Planet Earth

Sentinel satellite launched to picture Planet Earth Image copyrightESAImage captionOne of the big attractions of 2B and the other Sentinels is the free and open data policy One of the key spacecraft in Europe’s new multi-billion-euro Earth observation (EO) programme has launched from French Guiana. Sentinel-2B carries a large camera to image all land surfaces and coastal waters in visible and infrared light. It joins an identical spacecraft, Sentinel-2A, already in orbit. The duo will be flown on the same path but 180 degrees apart so that they can provide…

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