Film fans will have to wait another five months to see the upcoming Planet Of The Apes prequel - the film has been pushed back until November (11).
The new movie, currently titled Caesar: Rise of the Apes, stars James Franco and Tom Felton and picks up the story before the previous primate movies in the series.
The blockbuster was due to hit cinemas in the summer (11), but the release date has now been postponed until the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in November (11).
The move has reportedly come to give movie bosses more time to work on special effects, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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