Noa Actor Talks ‘Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes,’ New On Digital Streaming

Owen Teague considers his role as Noa in "Kingdom of The Planet of The Apes" the greatest experience of his acting career.

The film has become a global blockbuster with $391 million in worldwide ticket sales.

 "Kingdom" is the fourth installment in the rebooted Planet of the Apes series, following "Rise," "Dawn," and "War for the Planet of the Apes."

Teague believes the franchise's enduring relevance stems from its ability to reflect real-world issues.

The story of "Kingdom" is set 300 years after the death of Caesar, focusing on Noa's quest to rescue kidnapped members of his tribe.

Performance capture technology, pioneered by Andy Serkis, was used extensively in "Kingdom," enhancing the actors' performances.

Teague praised WETA Digital for their revolutionary work in performance capture, making the transformation into ape characters seamless.

Training with Cirque du Soleil's Alain Gauthier helped Teague and other actors develop natural ape movements for their roles.

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