Most Terminator fans know that James Cameron originally intended a different ending for Terminator 2: Judgment Day, referred to as the future coda. This original filmed conclusion shows a brighter future thanks to the T-800 Model 101, featuring an old Sarah Connor reflecting about a Judgment Day that never occurred, and her son John Connor fighting a different fight now, as a U.S. Senator.
Did you happen to miss some or all of our latest TERMINATOR TRIVIA postings on our Facebook Page? Well don’t fret, we’ve collected all of these tasty Terminator tidbits into a single volume that you can read here! And who knows, even the most die-hard Terminator Fans might just learn something new about the franchise we all hold near and dear to our hearts!
On the night of May 12th, 1984 near the Griffith Observatory in Griffith Park, Los Angeles, three delinquent punks fooling around with a public telescope are approached by a naked, imposing male who demands clothes.. and may not be quite what he seems.
We all know this historic moment in cinema. And it’s not every day when you can have a sit-down with an actor from this iconic Terminator scene, so when SkynetsArmy.com had an opportunity recently to talk to actor, producer, writer and director John Edward Lee… who played the punk leader in “TERMINATOR GENISYS”… we couldn’t have been more thrilled!
“How does a 9 year old get her own Terminator?” – Kyle Reese