She’s back! Are we dreaming! Can someone pinch us? No this is happening Terminator fans! Actress Linda Hamilton, star of “The Terminator” and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” is returning to the franchise one again as Sarah Connor in the next Terminator film!
It’s happening Terminator Fans! Skydance has just indicated that the Terminator 6 announcement we have all been waiting for, will be coming this Tuesday, September 19, 2017! That’s right Terminator fans, the best day ever is almost here!
While Terminator fans eagerly await for Skydance & Paramount to officially announce their production schedule and release date for Terminator 6, our e-mail inbox has recently received some interesting informational tidbits about the next anticipated installment in our favorite franchise! With some of this information received being verified news, and some of it being unsubstantiated rumors, it would be a dereliction of our duties not to report everything we have learned to our Army… especially when fans are hungering for new information about T6!
Did you happen to miss some or all of our latest TERMINATOR TRIVIA postings on our social media pages? 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!
In promotion of the 3D theatrical re-release of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”, the creator of our favorite franchise had a conversation with the popular entertainment news magazine Entertainment Weekly. The subject of Terminator 6 naturally came up, and how likely was it really going to happen. (It seemed like the interviewer was skeptical about T6.)
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!
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.
“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.
Exactly a month ago, in order to freshen up the Terminator franchise, creator James Cameron revealed that actor Arnold Schwarzenegger would only be somewhat involved “to some extent” with Terminator 6, 7 and 8. This seemed to indicate that fans should not expect Arnold to be the ‘headlining star’ that carries these new Terminator films forward, especially when Cameron also revealed that these new Terminator films would “pass the baton” to new characters.
“Hasta la vista, baby!” Those iconic four words, spoken by actor Arnold Schwarzenegger in the blockbuster 1991 film “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”, might be the most famous line spoken in American cinematic history. It might be the most quoted line too, only rivaled perhaps by another iconic Terminator line: “I’ll be back“. But from where in the recesses of James Cameron’s extremely creative mind, when he wrote the script for T2, did that line come from? Well the mystery has been solved Terminator fans!
With only eight days left until the theatrical re-release of Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D, critics have been posting reviews for the blockbuster science fiction sequel that has been recently remastered and converted into 3D. But who cares what the critics say, when we can hear what the T-1000 himself, Robert Patrick, feels about it!
In promotion of Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D debuting in theaters around the world this August 25th, the creator of the Terminator franchise, James Cameron, did a Facebook Live Q&A session today where Cameron got to answer questions asked by Terminator fans across the world. One of these questions dealt with the new upcoming Terminator Trilogy Cameron is developing with Skydance and inquired if Cameron ever considered Arnold Schwarzenegger playing a human.