Kingdom of the Planet of the ApesKingdom of the Planet of the Apes

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes concludes with Noa looking up and Mae looking down, symbolically charting a course for the franchise. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes is a film starring Owen Teague (as well as Freya Alan and Kevin Durand). It’s a time jump between the Death of Caesar in War For the Planet of the Apes and the current action. Although most humans were feral by that point, the movie revealed that pockets of apes managed to avoid the Simian Flu.

Noa’s journey leads him to Mae (Allan), a similar human. Both are working for the same cause, which is against Proximus. Mae’s goal is to obtain a special piece of tech. What she finds in Proximus Cásar’s vault may give us some clues as to the next chapter for the Apes. Noa is left with Mae in an awkward truce.

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes Ending Hints at a Future in Space:

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes contains subtle references that refer to the space. Noa, for instance, discovers a mobile of the world while in a classroom. Mae returns to the oceanside bank vault and takes out a SATCOM crypto key. This allows her to use satellites still orbiting Earth, despite years of monitoring. No doubt, this new franchise will look at the sky as did its predecessors.

The Planet of the Apes franchise began in space. Both the original 1968 Planet of the Apes as well as its 2001 remake started with a contemporary astronaut crash-landing onto a planet on which apes ruled, which ultimately turned out to be Earth. As the franchise progresses, the focus will naturally shift to that final point. While the Caesar trilogy of the 2010s focused primarily on the evolution of the universe depicted on 1968’s Planet of the Apes in theory it was always only a matter of when the Apes film franchise would turn its attention to the stars.

The Significance of Noa & Mae Gazing at the Stars:

Noa, the protagonist of the movie Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes, and Mae the heroine of the show both look to the skies after the movie. They are likely now miles apart. That both characters are present is highly symbolic. For one, it proves that their tales will still be linked. Even though the first chapter of the three-part trilogy starting with Kingdom still hasn’t been greenlit, given how successful the film was at the box office, it will happen sooner or later. Noa’s return is almost certain since the series will require both apes and humans to continue.

Kingdom’s ending scene must include at least one member from each of the species. Mae gazes at the stars with hope. Her mission to find the SATCOM is a ray of light that could help human civilization regain its footing. Noa is filled with awe as she looks up to the skies and the endless possibilities that lie before her. Space can be a path to success for either character. Noa is interested in improving ape society, and Mae will strive to get humanity back on top of the evolutionary ladder. They should set up the sequels to the Kingdom trilogy.

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