Things have really gone downhill for humans since "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes." The sequel catches up to the story a decade later, after a virus has wiped out most of the population, leaving primates to rule. And not only that, they've grown smart and sharper in the interim time as well. But here's they thing: they just want to be left alone.
Fox has dropped a new clip from the film, which finds an impressive array of apes standing tall as Jason Clarke comes out to speak to them, and they have a simple message: they don't want war. But Gary Oldman has other plans, even as he watches on in awe, and it's only a matter of time before the two sides clash. And guiding that blockbuster spectacle will be Matt Reeves, and we're excited to see him put his stamp on the franchise. He's grown more ambitious with each film and we're eager to see what he can do on a tentpole canvas.
Check out the clip below along with a new featurette centered on the leader Caesar and some TV spots (via Comic Book Movie). "Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes" opens on July 11th.