Here’s how to get your mitts on an exclusive Planet of the Apes poster Here’s how to get your mitts on an exclusive Planet of the Apes poster
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Here’s how to get your exclusive Planet of the Apes poster

War for the Planet of the Apes hits screens on 11 July and to celebrate, we’re sending you home with a souvenir.

By Mike Atherton. 

The stunning finale to the critically acclaimed Apes franchise arrives at Vue this July – and it’s already being described as one of the best films of the summer. To score one of these exclusive posters, purchase tickets online or in venue before before 20 July for screenings between 11 and 20 July until stocks last and you’ll go home with a little piece of Ape history.

Here’s how to get your mitts on an exclusive Planet of the Apes poster

How it all began

To say that Caesar and his apes have been through a lot is something of an understatement. Torn from the jungle in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Caesar learned first hand the remarkable scope for both kindness and cruelty at the hands of his human captors. As one civilisation began to fall apart, the young ape lost both his original and adoptive families only to fight for the creation of a new one.

Then, there was the dawn

There was a glimmer of hope in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes that the survivors of the old world, both ape and human, could coexist and even help one another survive. That hope was extinguished from within Caesar's own ranks thanks to the human-hating Koba. Ultimately Caesar was victorious, but knew that war was coming as rumours of new human military might surfaced.

So, what’s next?

If you hoped our hero had earned a little respite then prepare to have those hopes dashed as we introduce you to the new human menace in the form of the Colonel:

Yep, that’s Woody Harrelson firing on all cylinders as the latest human to try and regain the upper hand in a world gone ape. The irony now is that as human numbers dwindle, they turn their back on their own humanity and force Andy Serkis’ Caesar into all out war.

We’re not worried so much whose side you’re going to be on this time out, but there are real stakes to keep you on the edge of your seat as the third movie in the franchise unfolds on an unprecedented scale. “Bold”, “phenomenal” and “with gravitas and real depth”, War for the Planet of the Apes is getting reviews that summer blockbusters never get. Don’t miss this spectacular conclusion on the big screen.

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