The moment we all dreaded is here. Today is the last day Terminator fans can attend the Universal Studios Orlando, Florida attraction “T2 3-D: Battle Across Time”. This was the attraction that started it all, and spawned two sister sites in California and Japan (which only the latter in Japan remains.) This was the first. This was the original. This was the best.
It’s finally here Terminator fans! Back in December 2015, James Cameron announced he would be partnering with DMG Entertainment and Studiocanal to give his 1991 blockbuster “Terminator 2: Judgment Day’ the most advanced 3D conversion to date. Originally targeted to be timed with the film’s 25th Anniversary (a benchmark that has now passed), fans still couldn’t be more excited to see this amazing movie again (or for the first time) where it was meant to be seen… in the cinema!
“I know now why you cry. But it is something I could never do.” When the T-800 Model 101 said those heartbreaking words to young John Connor before he sacrificed his life for the sake of humanity in Terminator 2: Judgment Day”, it brought many viewers to tears. This poignant moment clearly defined the difference between humans and machines, and why humanity must be preserved.
As the official worlwide debut date draws near for Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D, Studiocanal and their partners have been in overdrive, hard at work promoting their science fiction classic’s theatrical re-release. And now, hot on the heels of releasing character posters for T2 in 3D (reported HERE), the good people of Studiocanal have released an official U.S. theatrical poster for the entire main cast of characters!
The T2 in 3D theatrical re-release date that we have all been waiting for is almost here! And now, today on James Cameron’s birthday, AMC has officially released brand new character posters for Robert Patrick as the T-1000, Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, and young Edward Furlong as the young John Connor!
Ever since Terminator 6 has been announced, there has been a great deal of speculation among Terminator fans regarding what story path the sixth film to this classic franchise will follow. Will Terminator 6 take place in the new Genisys timeline? Will actors Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn and Edward Furlong return to make a sequel to T2? Well, if the journalist who broke this exciting story is correct, both of those theories are likey wrong.
Twenty-five years ago TODAY, the sequel to the 1984 science fiction horror classic “The Terminator” had its world premiere at the Cineplex Odeon Century Plaza Cinemas in Century City, Los Angeles on July 1st, 1991. The name of the film was “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”.