Taking to social media, Arnold Schwarzenegger shared a very brief teaser for the upcoming entry in the franchise. The logo for the movie flashes across the screen, followed by a release date for the full trailer, which is set for Thursday, May 23 at 6 a.m. Pst. So
Since I’m from the future I can officially report that the @Terminator trailer is 48 hours away. pic.twitter.com/dzRhcRayhs
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) May 21, 2019
I’ve already seen some of the awesome footage from this movie, and I’m excited to see how the fans react to what this movie is going to give us. You can read all about the footage that I saw at CinemaCon here.
The official synopsis for Terminator: Dark Fate reads:
Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (T-800) return in their iconic roles in Terminator: Dark Fate,
McG, who honest-to-god got his start as the original singer of the band Sugar Ray, is known for his high-octane style of action directing, which seems perfectly suited for a True Lies follow-up. Speaking on Collider Live, the director revealed his involvement with the Disney Plus show, saying:
“Well, right now my new thing for television is that I’m doing True Lies, at Disney+. I guess I’m announcing it, which I don’t mean to do. So, True Lies at Disney+, which is exciting. I
On directing duties for this one is Tim Miller of Deadpool fame, and along with the studio, he’s rounded up an all star ensemble cast made up of familiar faces (Hamilton! Schwarzenegger!) and new characters alike. As such, it’s small wonder that Terminator: Dark Fate is said to be something of a fresh start for this legendary franchise, and though this wouldn’t be the first occasion where we’ve described a new Terminator movie as another beginning (see: Genisys), it’s hard to deny that there’s a real sense of excitement hovering around the project.
That’ll only heighten in the coming days, too, as
Other exciting titles coming home on May 21st include White Chamber, She-Devils on Wheels, A Brilliant Monster, and Crank in 4K.
Black Moon Rising: Special Edition
When master thief Sam Quint is hired by the government to steal top-secret data from a crime organization, he hides the stolen data in the experimental supercar, The Black Moon. But when the car is then
A 20-minute drive north of the Spanish capital, a large white-concrete hanger has been built beside the Madrid-Burgos motorway, at the entrance to Tres Cantos, a well-heeled satellite village and industrial estate. Welcome to Netflix’s Madrid Production Hub, its first in Europe, which opened April 4.
Five minutes away from that are the offices of Movistar +, the pay TV unit of Telefonica, Europe’s second largest telecom, which has produced and released 20 original series since September 2017.
A quarter of an hour towards the city, in the Fuencarral district, the Mediapro Studio opened its doors last month, announcing it had 34 drama series in phases of production this year.
A hundred yards down the road are the offices of Mediterráneo, the new content production-distribution center of Mediaset España,
The bodybuilder-turned-actor-turned-Governor of California then used the occasion to draw attention to the “24,000 athletes of all ages and abilities inspiring us to get off the couch” at the Aca.
Video of the incident shows Schwarzenegger interacting with fans when the attacker appears from nowhere and dropkicks the “Terminator” star before quickly being restrained. A voice — presumably that of the perpetrator — can then be heard shouting,
With a new Terminator film quickly approaching, in which we’ll see him star opposite fellow series legend Linda Hamilton, Schwarzenegger fans will soon get their next fix of the Austrian Oak thanks to Tim Miller’s sci-fi reboot. But it seems not everyone’s excited for more Arnie on their screens, as a crazy fan in South Africa tried to attack the actor this weekend while he was attending the Arnold Classic Africa event.
As you can see in the video down below, a young man runs up to the iconic Hollywood star and seemingly dropkicks him. It connects with Schwarzenegger, too, and sends the 71-year old flying to the ground. Unsurprisingly, the action legend seems completely unfazed by the incident and gets up pretty quickly,
People witnessing the attack are shocked, but Arnold Schwarzenegger seemingly gets right up like nothing happened and moves to a seat at a table while the attacker is apprehended. Being the true badass that he is, Schwarzenegger posted an update on Twitter after video surfaced of the attack, brushing off the incident. The actor claims he didn't even know
Sharing a photo from the edit bay featuring Hamilton’s Sarah Connor with a rocket launcher, Miller wrote: “I like to spend every #TerminatorDay in a dark room thinking dark thoughts & our edit bay is the perfect place! We’re here putting the finishing touches on our First Trailer – we’re just weeks away from releasing this fucker into the wild & we’re very, very excited.“
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“I like to spend every #TerminatorDay in a dark room thinking dark thoughts & our edit bay is the perfect place! We're here
“I like to spend every #TerminatorDay in a dark room thinking dark thoughts & our edit bay is the perfect place! We're here putting the finishing touches on our First Trailer-we're just weeks away from releasing this fucker into the wild & we're very, very excited.” -Tim Miller pic.twitter.com/Eh0gcCRi61
— Terminator: Dark Fate (@Terminator) May 12, 2019
I can’t wait for you to see this trailer! I had a chance to see some footage from the film at CinemaCon last month and I loved what I saw! I’m excited to see
The image was shared from the editing bay, where Tim Miller, who previously helmed the first Deadpool, is currently busy cutting the movie together. On the monitors, we can see an image of Linda Hamilton back as her iconic
It’s no wonder Terminator: Dark Fate has been billed as something of a fresh start for this legendary franchise then, and though this obviously isn’t the first time we’ve described a new Terminator movie as another beginning (see: Genisys), there’s a real sense of excitement swirling around the project – particularly now that its first trailer is on the way.
At least, that’s according to Miller,
Stunning special effects, innovative visuals, and a strong sense of world building continue to make Terminator an enduring franchise. A sixth installment in the series, which reunites Linda Hamilton as fugitive mother Sarah Connor, and Arnold Schwarzenegger as the scientist on which his T800 cyborg was based, is predicted to come out this year!
Inspired by characters and stories from DC’s robust portfolio, the all-new series of shorts will be included on upcoming DC Universe Movies releases, with exception of an innovative Batman: Death in the Family long-form animated short, which will anchor a compilation set for distribution in late 2020.
Each of the five shorts – entitled Sgt. Rock, Adam Strange, Death, The Phantom Stranger and Batman: Death in the Family – opens with a new, live-action branding sequence that features a few Easter Eggs specially added for observant fans.
Sgt. Rock is executive produced and directed by Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) from a script by award-winning comics writers Louise Simonson & Walter Simonson and Tim Sheridan (Reign of the Supermen). The original tale finds battle-weary Sgt.
The original ‘Hellraiser’ was released in 1987 and was written and directed by Clive Barker, the horror followed sexual deviant Frank (Sean Chapman) who inadvertently opens a portal to hell when he tinkers with a box he bought while abroad. The act unleashes gruesome beings called Cenobites, who tear Frank’s body apart. When Frank’s brother (Andrew Robinson) and his wife, Julia (Clare Higgins), move into Frank’s old house, they accidentally bring what is left of Frank back to life. Frank then convinces Julia, his one-time lover, to lure men back to the house so he can use their blood to reconstruct himself.
As well as giving birth to the horrifying image of Pinhead, it went on to spawn nine sequels the first seven of which featured Doug Bradley reprising
Related: 8 Things That Terminator: Dark Fate Could Fix About The Franchise
Let’s hope that James Cameron’s own attempt to reboot the franchise with Terminator: Dark Fate (bringing back Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor and revising all those dreadful cash-in sequels) will fare better. To get us all in the mood, here are some of the very finest lines from the series.
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