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These Three Creatures Are Actually Related - Find Out How

Have you watched The Rise of the Planet of the Apes and the Dawn of the Planet of the Apes? What do you think of Caesar? Maybe you've also witnessed the 2005 version of King Kong. And who could've missed out on the trilogy of our time: the Lord of the Rings. But is there even a similarity to be found among these movies? Yes, they are all fiction, but what else? Is there something about the characters in these films that share the same thing? How about share the same actor? Check out the story below.

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These Three Creatures Are Actually Related - Find Out How

These Three Creatures Are Actually Related - Find Out How

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Meet Andy Serkis

Meet Andy Serkis

Mr. Serkis is a 51-year-old British actor who is also a director and an author. So, what does he have to do with the three creatures?

He's Them

He's Them

That's right. He's the one responsible for turning them into moving, believable characters. He is very great when it come to motion-capture acting, if you didn't know.

As Caesar

As Caesar

In Rise of the Planet of the Apes that was released back in 2011, Serkis was the Caesar and he took the same role in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes that came out in 2014. He will of course appear in War for the Planet of the Apes.

The Great Ape Returns

The Great Ape Returns

He will of course appear in War for the Planet of the Apes.

Also As King Kong

Also As King Kong

Andy Serkis served as the iconic massive creature in the 2005 remake of King Kong. Not only did he provide the movements, he also did the voice of King Kong. Oh, he also acted as the ship's cook.

As Gollum

As Gollum

This is perhaps his most famous character: Gollum from the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit trilogy. So, he's Mr. Smeagol, more so in fact because the fundamental facial features of Gollum are based on Serkis' expression. That's dedication!

As An Author

As An Author

Andy Serkis also made a memoir titled Gollum: How We Made Movie Magic that talked about his experience as being the great iconic and weird character in the Lord of the Rings franchise.

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