Real chimpanzees attended the weekend premiere of "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina -- and hopefully weren't taking mental notes on primate domination.
In the video above, Vali and Sugriva, from Myrtle Beach Safari, are shown buying their tickets and popcorn then reacting to the movie much like we do, ABC News reports.
Sure, this is how it all starts, right?
"A couple of people said very clearly, 'Are you sure they should watch this movie, won't they learn to take over the world?' Safari director Bhagavan Antle said, per the Daily Mail. "There were several people actually concerned about that."
Let's just say we won't be showing our pet rats "Willard" anytime soon.
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