In 2014, Dark Horse Comics published a highly praised six issue comic series titled The Terminator: Enemy of my Enemy. Embraced by Terminator fans and comic fans alike, Space Goat Productions, Inc. just excitingly revealed to us, that they will be incorporating this very cool series as an available expansion pack to their upcoming game “The Terminator: The Official Board Game”!
It’s time for the Terminator fans in Russia to celebrate! That is because STUDIOCANAL has officially announced when “TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY 3D” will be released in Russian cinemas!
Long time friend and collaborator James Cameron wrote an e-mail a little while ago to Vanity Fair, after the terrible news broke that Bill Paxton had died of complications from surgery at the age of 61. Here is what the saddened Cameron wrote about the passing of his dear late friend, Bill Paxton:
With great sadness, we must report that legendary actor Bill Paxton has died at the age of 61.
After our previous report this past Wednesday uncovering that likely “TERMINATOR 6” director Tim Miller was not only a contemporary inspiration of James Cameron, but an actual friend, we decided to dig deeper into that friendship to see what we could find. And what we found is James Cameron was instrumental in getting Miller’s “Deadpool” film made.
Many years ago, after watching the 1984 science fiction classic “The Terminator”, there was a Russian child who decided one day he would build his very own Terminator. Now, more than 30 years later, that once child, now adult unveiled his new T-800 to the world, equipped with a brain that allows it to speak for itself and answer questions. He named it John Henry.
This past January, exciting news broke that a sixth Terminator film was now in a pre-production phase, with no one other than Terminator creator James Cameron involved in its development. The source revealed that “Terminator Genisys” Skydance CEO David Ellison was bankrolling the development of “Terminator 6”, which included finding the perfect script by reaching out to the best science fiction authors in the world, in an attempt to find a worthy story to tell.
Only a small amount of fans were able to attend the world premiere of James Cameron’s 3D remastered 1991 classic film “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” this past Friday at the Berlin Film Festival. Let’s take a peek at what they experienced.
It’s official Terminator fans! STUDIOCANAL and DMG Entertainment have announced official theatrical release dates for “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D” in six countries: United States of America, Australia, New Zealand, France, United Kingdom, and Germany. And we are happy to share them with you!
In late 1982, when James Cameron’s dream film project “The Terminator” was finally greenlit with a initial budget of 4 million dollars, Cameron knew his biggest challenge would be bringing the T-800 Endoskeleton to life for the film’s finale. With the groundbreaking filmaker’s tool of photo-realistic Computer Generated Imagery technology (CGI) still years away, Cameron envisioned creating all the T-800 endoskeleton shots with stop motion animation technology.
Last night, the world premiere of James Cameron’s “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D” was screened at the Berlin Film Festival. Only a small amount of lucky fans got to see it yesterday (there will be another screening today) but we are fortunate that one of those fans who saw it wanted to share his experience today with the rest of the Army!
During a live Question & Answer session with James Cameron at the Berlin Film Festival, which was also simulcast on Facebook, Cameron was mostly asked questions regarding the 3D conversion of his blockbuster film “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”. (Note we learned that other than digitally fixing a falling windshield from the T-1000’s truck as it crashes into the drainage canal, no futher alterations were made to T2 3D.) Cameron did speak briefly however about the new Terminator film in development and this is what he had to say.