Planet of the Apes: The Forbidden Zone  
  I'm Home?  
  Classic Apes movies, the Tim Burton Remake, and lost scenes.  
  Live-Action and animated Apes TV shows.  
  Excerpts and a list of books on the Apes  
  Sound Clips, Video Clips, and an image gallery  
  Apes articles from numerous publications.  
  A library of information about the Apes  
  Links to other Apes sites  










How They Did That explains how Tim Burton got his Apes to run on all fours.

Wahlberg Talks to the Animals
This is an article from Cinescape Online profiling Apes star Mark Wahlberg.

An Ape By Any Other Name…
This is an article from Cinescape Online that compares the original novel to the first film and the Tim Burton "re-imagining."

Secrets Behind the New PLANET OF THE APES
This is an interview with Linda Harrison from The Globe all about the new film.

Planet of the Apes Revisited
This is an article that appeared in Starlog Magazine back in 1985. It is an excerpt from a much-anticipated "book in progress" that was finally published by St. Martin's Press. For details on the book's long journey into print, straight from author Joe Russo, see the FAQ and our exclusive interview.

How Much Milk Can You Get from an Ape?
This is a fascinating article from a 1974 issue of TV Guide about the production of the TV series.

Welcome Back to the Planet of the Apes
This is an article that appeared in Comics Scene Magazine in the early 90s, introducing Adventure Comics' Apes series and associated mini-series.

Monkey See, Monkey Don't
From Cinescape Magazine, Apes Producer and Co-writer Mort Abrahams offers his thoughts on an Apes remake.

'Planet of the Apes' Returns
Read about the 30th Anniversary bash in Hollywood, from Variety. Exclusive Photos!

Talking With... Charlton Heston
Brief article from People Magazine.

What Planet Are We On?
A brief article about the Planet of the Apes series that appeared in American Movie Classics Magazine. Includes a side-bar about the original AMC documentary, Behind the Planet of the Apes.

Review: Planet of the Apes As American Myth
Review from Entertainment Weekly of new book that claims Apes saga is actually a metaphor for America during Vietnam.

New "Apes" Film In The Works
Press clippings about the new Planet of the Apes film in development at Twentieth Century Fox, produced by Oliver Stone.

The Apes of Wrath
Thankfully, things do not look good for the planned remake of Planet of the Apes (see above article). This Entertainment Weekly article plots the course of the remake through Development Hell.