There isn't a lot known about Destiny of the Planet of the Apes, beyond the fact that it seems to be an intended fan-made CG animated film that looks to be a sequel to Battle For the Planet of the Apes (though that is purely conjecture at this point). Recently released has been a video compirising a number of animation tests.
Nextmovie.com is offering up a variety of movie posters inspired by the approach taken to last year's Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Notes the site, "If you know anything about the original Planet of the Apes -- the 1968 classic with Charlton Heston standing on the ancient ruins of New York City and damning humanity to hell for leaving the Earth to super-intelligent apes -- you might have a bad feeling about The Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
If James Franco and friends stick to the "Apes" canon, things are probably not going to end well for the Homo sapiens.
Apes, on the other hand, are going to have a field day.
Supposing those hairy primates could take over the world, we wondered what our favorite movies would look like with a simian twist. As it turns out, they look pretty awesome. Our pal Old Red Jalopy helps us illustrate the future... when the apes take Hollywood." Follow the break for the rest.