Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $208,522,352Details
International Box Office $495,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $703,522,352
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Synopsis

A growing nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar is threatened by a band of human survivors of the devastating virus unleashed a decade earlier. They reach a fragile peace, but it proves short-lived, as both sides are brought to the brink of a war that will determine who will emerge as Earthís dominant species.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
90% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 11th, 2014 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: December 2nd, 2014 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2327, 6/17/2014)
Franchise: Planet of the Apes
Keywords: Animal Lead, Animals Gone Bad, Post Apocalypse, War
Source:Remake
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Chernin Entertainment, TSG Entertainment, Ingenious Media

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International Box Office: Dawn of a New Day for Apes

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International Box Office: Lucy is Sky High

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International Box Office: Guarding Top Spot

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Guardians of the Galaxy remained in first place with $47.1 million in 50 markets over the weekend for a total of $138.8 million internationally and $315.3 million worldwide after just two weeks of release. It is already ahead of the lifetime total of The Incredible Hulk and should pass another Avengers film or two by this time next week. The film finished in first place in Australia with $6.08 million on 586 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $8.24 million. The film was pushed into second place in Russia with $6.01 million on 2,097 screens over the weekend for a total of $24.32 million after two weeks of release. It had a very similar result in the U.K. with the film landing in second place with $5.59 million on 561 screens over the weekend for a total of $23.24 million. More...

International Box Office: Guardians of the Global Box Office

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Guardians of the Galaxy opened in first place internationally with $67.4 million in 42 markets. This includes a number of major markets, led by Russia with $12.90 million on 2,097 screens and the U.K. with $10.70 million on 554 screens. It also earned first place in Brazil with $5.27 million on 472 screens. It wasn't as strong in South Korea with $3.83 million on 575 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.78 million. There was a massive local release in that market, so that partially explains that result. The film also opened in second place in Australia with $2.15 million on 244 screens, but this was just the film's previews. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Guardians Help Summer Recover

Guardians of the Galaxy poster

Finally! Finally we have a week where there's nothing but good news to talk about. Guardians of the Galaxy crushed high expectations breaking the August records for biggest day and biggest weekend. While Guardians dominated at the box office chart, Get On Up did okay in the counter-programming role. This helped the overall box office soar, rising 20% when compared to last weekend to $186 million. More importantly, this was 35% better that this weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2014 is still behind 2013 $6.26 billion to $6.62 billion, but the gap was closed a little bit at $360 million or 5.4%. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Guardians Be the Biggest in the Galaxy?

Guardians of the Galaxy poster

Guardians of the Galaxy will likely become the biggest hit of this August. It might become the biggest hit of any August. The buzz is powerful, as are the reviews, and this could add up to a record-breaking opening. It isn't the only film opening wide, as Get On Up is also coming out this weekend. That film is a biopic of James Brown and it is earning stellar reviews, but will be limited to the counter-programming role. This weekend last year, the box office was led by 2 Guns, which made $27.06 million during the weekend. Guardians of the Galaxy should make more than that during its opening day. It looks like 2014 should finally end the slump it is in. More...

International Box Office: Apes Overtake Dinobots

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes rose to first place on the international chart with $54.8 million on 12,247 screens in 61 markets for a total of $186.7 million after three weeks of release. Worldwide, the film's running tally rose to $359.2 million, which is still about $120 million away from topping the previous installment, but at this pace, it is practically inevitable that it will get there. This week, the film earned first place in Brazil with $6.86 million on 453 screens for a total opening of $9.10 million, or a two-week total of $9.10 million, depending on what sources you look at. Likewise, it either opened in first place in Mexico, or rose to first place in Mexico earning $6.90 million on 2,392 screens over the weekend for a total of $12.99 million. The film remained in first place in the U.K. with $6.37 million on 574 screens for a two-week total of $28.90 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases Sparkle

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There were two truly wide new releases that came out this weekend, and both of them did very well. In fact, Hercules placed second and earned as much as some people predicted Lucy would earn while placing first. Lucy topped the high end of expectations and unless its legs are really short, will easily become a surprise $100 million hit. This helped the overall box office rise 3.7% from last weekend up to $155 million, which is a pleasant surprise. Unfortunately, the weekend total was still down 10% from this weekend last year, meaning the 2014 slump continues. It has gotten so bad that 2014 is now behind 2013 by 6.1% at $6.01 billion to $6.40 billion. Next weekend should finally end the slump, but it might be too late to save 2014 overall. More...

Weekend Predictions: Are New Releases Worth Their Weight in Diamonds?

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There are a trio of wide releases coming out this week, sort of. The first of these, if we go alphabetically is And So It Goes, but it is only opening in 1,762 theaters, which is not quite enough to be wide and likely not enough to reach the top five. Hercules and Lucy are both opening truly wide and both are earning reviews that are currently in the overall positive level. (Although it is close enough that it might change.) Lucy will very likely come out on top, while Hercules should earn second place. There's one more film of note, The Fluffy Movie, which is opening in 400 theaters and has a slim chance at making the top ten. This weekend last year saw the release of The Wolverine, which opened with $53.11 million. There's a chance the top two films won't make that much this year. In other words, 2014 is going to lose in the year-over-year comparison yet again. More...

International Box Office: Transformers Continue On Top

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Monkeys Still in Business

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster

As expected, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes remained on top of the box office chart with a healthy lead over The Purge: Anarchy. Unfortunately, the other two wide releases, Planes: Fire and Rescue and Sex Tape were anything but healthy and that led to a weakening box office. It fell less than 1% from last weekend to $149 million. This was 24% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2014 is now 5.6% or $340 million behind last year's pace at $5.79 billion to $6.13 billion. I think with summer wrapping up, it is close to the time to panic. More...

Weekend Predictions: Anarchy on Top?

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster

There are a trio of wide releases coming out this week looking to dethrone Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. The Purge: Anarchy is the most likely film to come out on top, but the original didn't win over many moviegoers. It opened big, but collapsed very quickly after that. Planes didn't perform much better with moviegoers, but there hasn't been an animated family film released wide since How to Train Your Dragon 2, so Planes: Fire and Rescue could benefit from the lack of competition. Sex Tape is the only non-sequel opening wide this week and that could help it do well. Or the fact that it is not based on a previous movie could hurt it. There is one last film that might reach the top ten, Persecuted, which is opening in 700 theaters. It would only need a per theater average of just over $4,000 to reach the top ten, which is doable. This year, we should have four films that earn more than $20 million. Last year there were only three. However, last year, The Conjuring earned more than $40 million, a milestone no film this year will reach, while seven films earned more than $10 million. This year there will be only four films earning more than $10 million. Again, it looks like 2014 is going to get crushed at the box office. More...

International Box Office: Transformers Climbs into First Place

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Transformers: Age of Extinction remained in first place with $100.3 million in 50 markets for totals of $543.5 million internationally and $752.3 million worldwide. This makes is the biggest worldwide hit of the year so far. Granted, half of the film's international total came from China where it has made $279.75 million so far, including $56.36 million this past week, and the studio gets a very small share of the box office revenue from that market. As for new markets, the film debuted in first place in the U.K. with $20.11 million on 533 screens, including previews. This is the biggest opening of the year in that market so far. The film also did well in Mexico with $8.26 million on 3,131 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $15.84 million. More...

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Break of Dawn

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As expected, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes earned first place and it finished on the high end of reasonable expectations. Unfortunately, it crushed the competition earning more than four times more than the second place film, Transformers: Age of Extinction. It made almost as much as the rest of the box office combined made, so the overall box office was still soft for this time of year at just $149 million. Granted, this is 13% higher than last weekend, but more troublesome, it was 23% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2014 is now more than $200 million lower than 2013's pace at $5.57 billion to $5.78 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: Apes Look to Climb to the Top

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the only new wide release of the week and since last week's new releases underperformed, it will dominate the box office this weekend. In fact, it will dominate the box office, even if it barely managed to live up to its predecessor. Transformers: Age of Extinction will be well back with less than $20 million, while Tammy might not reach $10 million. By comparison, this weekend last year, there were two films that earned more than $40 million (Despicable Me 2 and Grown Ups 2) and a total of six films earned $10 million or more. 2014 is going to get crushed in the year-over-year comparison. More...

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Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of No Clue on DVD. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of No Clue on DVD. Finally, one additional entry will be chosen, regardless of the accuracy of their prediction, and that person will win the final copy of No Clue on DVD. So if you are really bad at predicting box office numbers, this is the contest to enter. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2014 Preview: July

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Overall, June was not good. Most films matched expectations, or came close enough that there weren't major disappointments. However, it looks like How to Train Your Dragon 2 will miss expectations by more than $100 million. This was such a massive amount that 2014 lost its lead over 2013 and not even Transformers: Age of Extinction's $100 million opening was able to turn things around. Looking forward to July, there's not a lot of good news. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes might be the only film coming out during July that will reach the $100 million milestone, but on the high end, it might reach the $200 million mark. There are a few others that have a shot, but are not favored to reach the century mark. On the other hand, there are more films that may or may not open / expand wide and even if they do, they will likely have no real impact at the box office. By comparison, last July, Despicable Me 2 was the top draw and finished with more than $350 million. There were also four other films that surpassed $100 million at the box office. It seems practically impossible for 2014 to match those numbers and will likely finish the month behind last year's pace. Overall, 2014 isn't doing poorly, but the summer has been much weaker than the spring was, so we've gone from potential record breaking year to merely average.

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/07/11 1 $27,645,087   3,967 $6,969   $27,645,087 1
2014/07/12 1 $25,501,223 -8% 3,967 $6,428   $53,146,310 2
2014/07/13 1 $19,465,117 -24% 3,967 $4,907   $72,611,427 3
2014/07/14 1 $8,216,757 -58% 3,967 $2,071   $80,828,184 4
2014/07/15 1 $9,621,188 +17% 3,967 $2,425   $90,449,372 5
2014/07/16 1 $6,676,696 -31% 3,967 $1,683   $97,126,068 6
2014/07/17 1 $5,826,776 -13% 3,967 $1,469   $102,952,844 7
2014/07/18 2 $10,420,767 +79% 3,969 $2,626   $113,373,611 8
2014/07/19 1 $14,774,045 +42% 3,969 $3,722   $128,147,656 9
2014/07/20 1 $11,059,498 -25% 3,969 $2,786   $139,207,154 10
2014/07/21 1 $4,206,553 -62% 3,969 $1,060   $143,413,707 11
2014/07/22 1 $5,076,572 +21% 3,969 $1,279   $148,490,279 12
2014/07/23 1 $3,886,167 -23% 3,969 $979   $152,376,446 13
2014/07/24 1 $3,312,183 -15% 3,969 $835   $155,688,629 14
2014/07/25 3 $4,763,739 +44% 3,668 $1,299   $160,452,368 15
2014/07/26 3 $6,690,304 +40% 3,668 $1,824   $167,142,672 16
2014/07/27 3 $5,313,217 -21% 3,668 $1,449   $172,455,889 17
2014/07/28 3 $2,211,648 -58% 3,668 $603   $174,667,537 18
2014/07/29 3 $2,506,840 +13% 3,668 $683   $177,174,377 19
2014/07/30 3 $1,846,187 -26% 3,668 $503   $179,020,564 20
2014/07/31 3 $1,609,109 -13% 3,668 $439   $180,629,673 21
2014/08/01 5 $2,440,431 +52% 3,283 $743   $183,070,104 22
2014/08/02 5 $3,539,004 +45% 3,283 $1,078   $186,609,108 23
2014/08/03 5 $2,710,879 -23% 3,283 $826   $189,319,987 24
2014/08/04 5 $1,143,549 -58% 3,283 $348   $190,463,536 25
2014/08/05 5 $1,285,970 +12% 3,283 $392   $191,749,506 26
2014/08/06 5 $944,221 -27% 3,283 $288   $192,693,727 27
2014/08/07 5 $739,897 -22% 3,283 $225   $193,433,624 28
2014/08/08 9 $1,246,076 +68% 2,306 $540   $194,679,700 29
2014/08/09 9 $1,787,641 +43% 2,306 $775   $196,467,341 30
2014/08/10 9 $1,300,815 -27% 2,306 $564   $197,768,156 31
2014/08/11 8 $550,886 -58% 2,306 $239   $198,319,042 32
2014/08/12 8 $732,003 +33% 2,306 $317   $199,051,045 33
2014/08/13 9 $493,593 -33% 2,306 $214   $199,544,638 34
2014/08/14 10 $367,722 -26% 1,851 $199   $199,912,360 35
2014/08/15 11 $534,806 +45% 1,262 $424   $200,447,166 36
2014/08/16 12 $834,313 +56% 1,262 $661   $201,281,479 37
2014/08/17 10 $615,657 -26% 1,262 $488   $201,897,136 38
2014/08/18 10 $242,760 -61% 1,262 $192   $202,139,896 39
2014/08/19 10 $302,905 +25% 1,262 $240   $202,442,801 40
2014/08/20 11 $225,750 -25% 1,262 $179   $202,668,551 41
2014/08/21 11 $192,419 -15% 1,262 $152   $202,860,970 42
2014/08/22 12 $306,557 +59% 733 $418   $203,167,527 43
2014/08/23 12 $485,286 +58% 733 $662   $203,652,813 44
2014/08/24 12 $284,738 -41% 733 $388   $203,937,551 45
2014/08/25 12 $114,971 -60% 733 $157   $204,052,522 46
2014/08/26 12 $156,819 +36% 733 $214   $204,209,341 47
2014/08/27 13 $107,614 -31% 733 $147   $204,316,955 48
2014/08/28 14 $103,036 -4% 733 $141   $204,419,991 49
2014/08/29 - $193,397 +88% 468 $413   $204,613,388 50
2014/08/30 - $318,078 +64% 468 $680   $204,931,466 51
2014/08/31 - $349,791 +10% 468 $747   $205,281,257 52
2014/09/01 - $250,081 -29% 468 $534   $205,531,338 53
2014/09/02 - $75,151 -70% 468 $161   $205,606,489 54
2014/09/03 - $53,910 -28% 468 $115   $205,660,399 55
2014/09/04 - $46,135 -14% 468 $99   $205,706,534 56
2014/09/05 - $134,566 +192% 419 $321   $205,841,100 57
2014/09/06 - $250,431 +86% 419 $598   $206,091,531 58
2014/09/07 - $133,554 -47% 419 $319   $206,225,085 59
2014/09/08 - $45,181 -66% 419 $108   $206,270,266 60
2014/09/09 - $65,712 +45% 419 $157   $206,335,978 61
2014/09/10 - $48,694 -26% 419 $116   $206,384,672 62
2014/09/11 - $50,807 +4% 419 $121   $206,435,479 63
2014/09/12 - $106,482 +110% 361 $295   $206,541,961 64
2014/09/13 - $181,121 +70% 361 $502   $206,723,082 65
2014/09/14 - $104,436 -42% 361 $289   $206,827,518 66
2014/09/15 - $35,657 -66% 361 $99   $206,863,175 67
2014/09/16 - $50,224 +41% 361 $139   $206,913,399 68
2014/09/17 - $44,181 -12% 361 $122   $206,957,580 69
2014/09/18 - $39,013 -12% 361 $108   $206,996,593 70
2014/09/19 - $74,508 +91% 274 $272   $207,071,101 71
2014/09/20 - $121,870 +64% 274 $445   $207,192,971 72
2014/09/21 - $72,316 -41% 274 $264   $207,265,287 73
2014/09/22 - $23,205 -68% 274 $85   $207,288,492 74
2014/09/23 - $31,146 +34% 274 $114   $207,319,638 75
2014/09/24 - $23,921 -23% 274 $87   $207,343,559 76
2014/09/25 - $23,978 n/c 274 $88   $207,367,537 77
2014/09/26 - $61,633 +157% 232 $266   $207,429,170 78
2014/09/27 - $109,614 +78% 232 $472   $207,538,784 79
2014/09/28 - $65,556 -40% 232 $283   $207,604,340 80
2014/09/29 - $21,255 -68% 232 $92   $207,625,595 81
2014/09/30 - $23,812 +12% 232 $103   $207,649,407 82
2014/10/01 - $21,701 -9% 232 $94   $207,671,108 83
2014/10/02 - $18,778 -13% 232 $81   $207,689,886 84
2014/10/03 - $46,140 +146% 200 $231   $207,736,026 85
2014/10/04 - $82,948 +80% 200 $415   $207,818,974 86
2014/10/05 - $53,694 -35% 200 $268   $207,872,668 87
2014/10/06 - $16,508 -69% 200 $83   $207,889,176 88
2014/10/07 - $19,349 +17% 200 $97   $207,908,525 89
2014/10/08 - $17,013 -12% 200 $85   $207,925,538 90
2014/10/09 - $17,807 +5% 200 $89   $207,943,345 91
2014/10/10 - $42,634 +139% 181 $236   $207,985,979 92
2014/10/11 - $74,403 +75% 181 $411   $208,060,382 93
2014/10/12 - $47,792 -36% 181 $264   $208,108,174 94
2014/10/13 - $20,421 -57% 181 $113   $208,128,595 95
2014/10/14 - $14,583 -29% 181 $81   $208,143,178 96
2014/10/15 - $12,108 -17% 181 $67   $208,155,286 97
2014/10/16 - $12,940 +7% 181 $71   $208,168,226 98
2014/10/17 - $25,750 +99% 149 $173   $208,193,976 99
2014/10/18 - $45,316 +76% 149 $304   $208,239,292 100
2014/10/19 - $28,711 -37% 149 $193   $208,268,003 101
2014/10/20 - $8,220 -71% 149 $55   $208,276,223 102
2014/10/21 - $9,722 +18% 149 $65   $208,285,945 103
2014/10/22 - $8,501 -13% 149 $57   $208,294,446 104
2014/10/23 - $9,297 +9% 149 $62   $208,303,743 105
2014/10/24 - $15,807 +70% 110 $144   $208,319,550 106
2014/10/25 - $28,097 +78% 110 $255   $208,347,647 107
2014/10/26 - $17,658 -37% 110 $161   $208,365,305 108
2014/10/27 - $4,541 -74% 110 $41   $208,369,846 109
2014/10/28 - $5,391 +19% 110 $49   $208,375,237 110
2014/10/29 - $4,619 -14% 110 $42   $208,379,856 111
2014/10/30 - $4,965 +7% 110 $45   $208,384,821 112
2014/10/31 - $7,586 +53% 89 $85   $208,392,407 113
2014/11/01 - $23,408 +209% 89 $263   $208,415,815 114
2014/11/02 - $14,184 -39% 89 $159   $208,429,999 115
2014/11/03 - $3,413 -76% 89 $38   $208,433,412 116
2014/11/04 - $3,785 +11% 89 $43   $208,437,197 117
2014/11/05 - $3,586 -5% 89 $40   $208,440,783 118
2014/11/06 - $3,804 +6% 89 $43   $208,444,587 119
2014/11/07 - $7,862 +107% 63 $125   $208,452,449 120
2014/11/08 - $15,233 +94% 63 $242   $208,467,682 121
2014/11/09 - $9,715 -36% 63 $154   $208,477,397 122
2014/11/10 - $3,461 -64% 63 $55   $208,480,858 123
2014/11/11 - $5,597 +62% 63 $89   $208,486,455 124
2014/11/12 - $2,002 -64% 63 $32   $208,488,457 125
2014/11/13 - $2,384 +19% 63 $38   $208,490,841 126

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/07/11 1 $72,611,427   3,967 $18,304   $72,611,427 3
2014/07/18 1 $36,254,310 -50% 3,969 $9,134   $139,207,154 10
2014/07/25 3 $16,767,260 -54% 3,668 $4,571   $172,455,889 17
2014/08/01 5 $8,690,314 -48% 3,283 $2,647   $189,319,987 24
2014/08/08 9 $4,334,532 -50% 2,306 $1,880   $197,768,156 31
2014/08/15 12 $1,984,776 -54% 1,262 $1,573   $201,897,136 38
2014/08/22 14 $1,076,581 -46% 733 $1,469   $203,937,551 45
2014/08/29 20 $861,266 -20% 468 $1,840   $205,281,257 52
2014/09/05 21 $518,551 -40% 419 $1,238   $206,225,085 59
2014/09/12 24 $392,039 -24% 361 $1,086   $206,827,518 66
2014/09/19 26 $268,694 -31% 274 $981   $207,265,287 73
2014/09/26 22 $236,803 -12% 232 $1,021   $207,604,340 80
2014/10/03 25 $182,782 -23% 200 $914   $207,872,668 87
2014/10/10 30 $164,829 -10% 181 $911   $208,108,174 94
2014/10/17 37 $99,777 -39% 149 $670   $208,268,003 101
2014/10/24 47 $61,562 -38% 110 $560   $208,365,305 108
2014/10/31 50 $45,178 -27% 89 $508   $208,429,999 115
2014/11/07 50 $32,810 -27% 63 $521   $208,477,397 122
2014/11/14 53 $24,031 -27% 54 $445   $208,514,872 129

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Cast

Andy Serkis    Caesar
Jason Clarke    Malcolm
Gary Oldman    Dreyfus
Keri Russell    Ellie
Toby Kebbell    Koba
Kodi Smit-McPhee    Alexander
Enrique Muriciano    Kempt
Kirk Acevedo    Carver
Judy Greer    Cornelia
Karin Konoval    Maurice
Terry Notary    Rocket
Kevin Rankin    McVeigh
Keir O'Donnell    Finney
J.D. Evermore    Sniper
Doc Shaw    Ash
Nick Thurston    River

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Matt Reeves
Screenwriter    Mark Bomback
Screenwriter    Rich Jaffa
Screenwriter    Amanda Silver
Producer    Peter Chernin
Producer    Dylan Clark
Producer    Rick Jaffa
Producer    Amanda Silver
Executive Producer    Mark Bomback
Executive Producer    Thomas M. Hammel
Director of Photography    Michael Seresin
Production Designer    James Chinlund
Editor    William Hoy
Editor    Stan Salfas
Composer    Michael Giacchino
Visual Effects Supervisor    Joe Letteri
Character Creator    Rick Jaffa
Character Creator    Amanda Silver
Art Director    Aaron Naaman Marshall
Set Decorator    Amanda Moss Serino
Costume Designer    Melissa Bruning
Sound Mixer    Ed White
Supervising Sound Editor    Douglas Murray
Supervising Sound Editor    Will Files
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Will Files
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dan Lemmon
Visual Effects    Weta Digital
Associate Producer    Jennifer Teaves
Assistant Director    Mathew Dunne
Second Unit Director    Brad Parker
Second Unit Director    Gary Powell
Second Unit Camera    Gary Capo
Casting Director    Debra Zane
Stunt Coordinator    Charles Croughwell
Stunt Coordinator    Marny Eng
Stunt Coordinator    Terry Notary
Dialogue Supervisor    Mildred Iatrou

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes