Is your collectible shelf ready for an 18 inch unstoppable killing machine from the future, reprogrammed to protect the future? Well NECA Toys has officially released their 18 inch, quarter scale T-800 Model 101 from Terminator2: Judgment Day 3D and boy is it a beauty!
“Hasta la vista, baby.” “How’s the knee?” “Say, that’s a nice bike.” The blockbuster sci-fi sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day has so many quotable lines. Now, if you tell us what your favorite line is from T2 on one of our social media pages, you can win a Terminator 2 2017 Trading Card Box from Unstoppable Cards!
The time has finally arrived Terminator fans! The Pre-Order launch has begun for Unstoppable Cards’ Terminator 2: Judgment Day 2017 Trading Cards! And members of our Army will receive a whopping 15% Discount on top off the already discounted pre-order special price, thanks to Unstoppable Cards!
And the Terminator fans from the United Kingdom originally thought Americans were the lucky ones! Originally planned as a single one day theatrical showing, when Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D blew away the August competition in the UK to take the #1 box-office spot on Judgment Day, August 29th (as reported HERE), things had suddenly changed.
Well in some countries the T-800 Model 101 still has it! While the remastered 3D conversion on Terminator 2: Judgment Day faltered in the United States, T2 in 3D’s one day showing on August 29th (Judgment Day) in the United Kingdom blew away the August competition to take the #1 box-office spot for one day!
While Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D premiered several days ago this past weekend for much of the world, the loyal Terminator fans in the United Kingdom had to wait until today, August 29th, Judgment Day, to experience the theatrical re-release of this classic science fiction film! So what did those patient fans (and others) think about T2 in 3D? Let’s find out!
We are saddened to report the 3D theatrical re-release of arguably the best science fiction sequel ever created Terminator 2: Judgment Day, had a poor showing its opening weekend in the United States. Yes, the actual box-office numbers are in and T2 in 3D ultimately underperformed.
The word resent is an impactful word, which means to feel bitterness or indignation at. So would it surprise you that actor Robert Patrick felt resentment towards his 1991 iconic role as the deadly T-1000 in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”? Most struggling actors would consider playing the liquid metal assassin a role of a lifetime, so how could Robert have come to feel this way?
“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!
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!
First there was “The Terminator” official board game launch, now a different company has announced a tabletop game for “Terminator 2”! That’s right, the good people at Rule & Make informed us this morning they have secured a Worldwide Exclusive License for T2’s tabletop gaming rights, and will launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund it this September. They call the game: T2029.
The first official critical reviews are in for Studiocanal’s theatrical re-release of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and they are positive! Of course the film itself has already been hailed by critics everywhere as one of the greatest science fiction films of all time, so positive reviews do not come as a surprise. However, what we are paying close attention to is the analysis of the 3D conversion, remastering, and any other changes that might have occurred to T2, and they seem to be positively received as well.