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Matt Hurwitz is a Los Angeles-based entertainment journalist. Besides being the co-author of The Complete X-Files he has written for publications including Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Reuters, and many others. A fan of all things fantasy, horror and sci-fi, Sharon Gosling is a UK-based writer of both non-fiction and fiction, as well as working as a pop-culture magazine editor and audio drama producer. Adam Newell is an editor and writer who has been involved with putting together many film and TV-related titles over the years, including Firefly: A Celebration and Prometheus: The Art of the Film.
"An enjoyable for read for those fascinated by how movies are made" - Cinema Sentries "He detail presented is so thorough it feels like working through the film production itself, rather than just reading about it." - Watch Play Read "This was one of the best Making Of books I've ever read." - Don't Forget a Towel "The perfect companion to the movies." - Horror Talk "This book is a fantastic companion piece for ape enthusiasts everywhere. If you love these films, trust that you will love the art provided within this 176 page book." - City of Films "This isn't just another coffee table book. The Art of the Films is an all inclusive insight into modern film making and a flat out fun read." - Atomic Moo "An amazing book that really helps the reader enjoy the film that much more." - BGG "It's only fitting that movies of this high level of quality would have an equally high-quality brag book to accompany them." - Film Pulse "The balance between interviews, excerpts, recollections, concept art, and set photography is done just right, ensuring that this isn't an artbook that you'll flip through the pages once, but find yourself rereading and examining with a newfound perspective and appreciation for the newly rebooted film franchise." - YouNerded "The value of The Art of the Film for film students and fans of motion capture will be the complete end-to-end process examined here, cutting edge film technology by the best in the business today. For moviegoers and fans of the franchise the book is another great look behind the scenes of two major studio sci-fi releases." - Borg.com "A beautiful hardcover book that would look great on any fan's bookshelf." - Suvudu "Chock full of everything you ever wanted to know about the making of these two Planet of the Apes films." - Critiques 4 Geeks "A great companion book for fans of the Apes reboots. The sturdy build and informative content are well worth the price of admission." - Entertainment Buddha "Overall, I cannot praise the book enough. It is a fantastic companion to the movie, as well as a conversation piece around the coffee table." - Film Obsession "This is a behind-the-scenes book that any Planet of the Apes or special effects fan will thoroughly enjoy." - Boing Boing "This beautiful hardcover book provides an incredibly detailed view." - Mighty Mega "A must have companion book." - Lightly Buzzed "The amount of detail and work that went in to creating these movies is astounding and anyone interested in how movies are made will be interested." - Screen Fad "Packed full of interesting tidbits...It's the usual gorgeous job the publisher does on these books." - Uproxx "I can't recommend this novel enough simply for the engaging plot, but Basu is obviously breaking new ground, especially for American audiences, in uniting international contexts, a diverse array of characters from multiple nations, and the genre of speculative fiction. This novel is certainly one to add to your reading list, or if you're an instructor, your syllabus!" - Slashfilm