Cool Videos: Two Chimps watch Planet of the Apes and don't take out everyone
DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES has been rockin' some steady box-office numbers since its release and an even stronger consensus from human audiences . . . but what about apes themselves? If you weren't the only one asking this question, then ABC News has got your back. Just recently, a couple of chimps down in South Carolina were seen trying to blend in with the humans; paying for their tickets, buying popcorn, etc. They watched the film with their Myrtle Beach Safari director Bhagavan Antle and decided NOT to stage an uprising immediately following the film, and that's why it's a Cool Video.
Decided for yourself whether it's cute or creepy:
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I have a very distinct memory of heading to Busch Gardens shortly after seeing RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, and witnessing a gorilla continuously throwing up into its hand and eating it. I didn't trust them then, and I'm not buying the act now. We had just better hope that the apes don't form an alliance with Skynet, or we're really boned.
DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES is now in theaters.