Transcript for Chimps Attend 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Screening
Time for monkey business at the movies. Check out these special guests heading to the theater to check out "Dawn of the planet of the apes." Most popular movie. Paula Faris with the story. Reporter: Most adorable moment art and life combine. Two chimps seen at a movie theater in Myrtle Beach, south Carolina. For the weekend premiere of "Dawn of the planet of the apes." And much like their cinematic counterparts, these chimps are clearly highly evolved buying their own tickets for the show and even paying for their popcorn and juice after walking right up the stairs and presenting their tickets -- Can I see your ticket, please? Thank you. Reporter: They were ready for the show. I'm sorry, my friend. Reporter: During the it film the chimps respond like many humans. Volley clenching his companion's hand and both clap for the good guys and bark at the bad while still managing to get their popcorn fix. Some viewers were concerned asking the safari's director if the chimps should really be watching and learning how to take over the world. But he says as smart as the chimps are, real-life gorilla warfare is unlikely. For "Good morning America," Paula Faris, ABC news, New York.
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