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Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Prequel Video

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Even if you haven't seen the original films, you should be able to guess how Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is going to end. The clue is in the title.

The point, as with all prequels, is telling the story of how we get there - hinting at the familiar and setting the stage for all that's to come.

It would seem that 20th Century Fox has enjoyed this process so much that they've made a short prequel for their prequel sequel. Still with us?

Hosted on MSN, the video acts as a bridge between the events of 2011's Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn, set to arrive in cinemas 17 July. As the Simian Flu outbreak spreads around the globe, governments start toppling and civilisation edges closer to its extinction.

(Images: MSN)

[Via: ComingSoon.net]

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