What is the significance of the pilot's nosebleed at the.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes effectively used fear of just such a catastrophe to explain how apes came to dominate the planet. The fact that the doomsday virus originated as an attempt to find a cure for Alzheimer’s also served to show the limits of modern medicine and the dangers of using science to interfere with nature.
A scene shown early in the end credits reveals that the deadly virus which manifested in humans exposed to the ALZ113 has been spread to Will's neighbor, an airline pilot; graphics shown over the remainder of the credits depict a global pandemic of the virus, indicating that the apes-who are immune to the virus-rise to dominance once mankind has been wiped out.
Planet of the Apes may be science fiction, but there’s a surprising amount of science going on in these movies. The lab-borne virus that wiped out the majority of humanity may seem wildly.
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes had the apes being domesticated as servants after pets were killed off by a virus brought back by a Mars probe; there is a Mars probe seen being launched on tv here at one point and a virus that is spread throughout the world, although neither appears to be connected to the rise in ape intelligence.
During the end scenes there seems to be smart apes commanding and regular apes soldiering. However, do to the fact that the effects spread to the children, within one or two generations they would all be in the style that we see in the other PotA movies.
This starts a downward spiral in the surviving human population until, eventually. y'know. I like to think that Rodney the kindly-but-slow zookeeper gets a happy-ish ending. One of the chimps shipped off to GenSys is named Cornelia, and he takes a meaningful look at her empty cage before laying siege to the facility. I think there's a deleted scene of them looking into each others' eyes, but.
As audiences walk out of Rise of the Planet of the Apes,. focus on the spread of the virus humans contract from the 113 that’s created at GenSys.. the human race and the rise of the apes.