While War For The Planet Of The Apes has been famously meager with subtle elements on its genuine plot, there’s some data we can draw from what’s been placed before us. For one thing, bringing Greer and Konoval back as their individual characters keeps up the present state of affairs in the realm of the apes. In any event, we realize that when we see Andy Serkis do his movement catch handicraft in the following continuation of 2011’s Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes, he’ll be doing as such without excessively numerous misfortunes on his side. Which truly inspires us to intuition once we consider Woody Harrelson’s beforehand reported part.
As Harrelson is on the books to play the awful figure referred to just as “Colonel,” War For The Planet Of The Apes is by all accounts setting its sights on occasions not very far flung from those of a year ago’s Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. So while we shouldn’t expect Judy Greer’s Cornelia, or any of alternate apes to talk just yet, it may not be all that far away to hear them articulating single words and syllables.