Win ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ t-shirts!

Combining fantastic storytelling with the next leap in visual effects for an emotional and action-packed experience unlike any other, Rise of the Planet of the Apes is released in UK cinemas today.

To celebrate the release, we’ve got ten Rise of the Planet of the Apes t-shirts to give away to our Twitter followers!

For a chance to win, just follow CultBox on Twitter and tweet us your best ape-related movie title pun, including the following text: @cultboxtv #apemovies http://bit.ly/p6gJTu

Man’s arrogance sets off a chain of events that leads to intelligence in apes and a challenge to our place as the dominant species on the planet. Caesar, the first intelligent ape, is betrayed by humans and rises up to lead his species’ spectacular race to freedom and the ultimate showdown with Man. In Caesar, WETA – the Oscar-winning visual effects team behind Avatar – have created a CGI ape that delivers a dramatic performance of unprecedented emotion and intelligence.

> Buy the complete The Planet of the Apes 6-disc boxset on Amazon.

The winners are @roar349 with Any Gibbon Sunday, @rod_henderson with 19Apey4, @ritchie_dee with Mission Chimpossible, @pyedubois with Star Wars Episode II: Macaque of the Clones, @claraliz101 with Orangutango & Cash, @humanb3an with The Life and Death of Colonel Chimp, @mirrorballgirl with Ape-pocalypse Now, @pooklexiandbump with Armagibbon, @cwillmer with Wall Street: Monkey Never Sleeps and @bibibobka with Capuchin Corelli’s Mandolin.

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