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What Noa From Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes Looks Like In Real Life

The original “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” ending would have drastically shifted Noa’s fate, but that wouldn’t have changed Owen Teague’s powerhouse performance. For many, the draw of “Planet of the Apes” is the impressive visual effects used to bring characters like Noa to life. Because the hero was modeled on the actor, Teague found it jarring to see a different version of himself. “Like, it’s just me! But it’s also warped my brain a little bit, because now, when I see Noa on a billboard or whatever, I’m like, Oh, look … it’s my face,” Teague told Esquire. 

With “Kingdom” lighting up the box office, it must be pretty hilarious for Teague’s major leading man debut to have him featured as an ape. Sure, the character of Noa looks a lot like the individual who plays him, but it’s still a performance capture role, which doesn’t exactly allow the actor’s face card to shine. However, there is a chance that viewers have seen Teague elsewhere, as the actor appeared as the bully Patrick Hockstetter in Andy Muschietti’s “It,” and its sequel. Viewers have also seen the Noa actor in tons of small-screen fare, with him boasting roles in both “Bloodline” and “Black Mirror.” He also played Alec Travers in “I See You,” which is probably why he looks so familiar to many fans. Teague later returned to the world of Stephen King with the 2020 “Stand” miniseries. 

“Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” is in theatres.

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