‘The Maze Runner’ Director Wes Ball Developing Another ‘Planet of the Apes’ Film

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Today, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that The Maze Runner director Wes Ball is set to develop a new Planet of the Apes movie. It is unclear if this will be a reboot or a continuation of Matt Reeve’s critically acclaimed Apes trilogy staring Andy Serkis as Caesar. It will also mark the first Fox series that is being redeveloped under the Disney brand.

Ball’s Maze Runner films grossed over $1 billion worldwide at the height of the young adult movie genre which started with Twilight and The Hunger Games.

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