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Arnold Schwarenegger has been named the new host for the eighth season of Celebrity Apprentice. I suggest his new catchphrase be, ‘You won’t be back!’
Details follow the jump.
Terminator Genysis is coming to Blu-Ray and DVD on November 10th – and to Digitial HD on October 20th.
The fourth film in the Terminator series, Terminator Genysis finds our favorite characters appearing in an entirely new context – strangely familiar yet not the same.
On November 10th, Terminator Genysis will be available in several formats: Blu-Ray Combo Pack, Blu-Ray 3D Combo Pack, standard DVD, and On Demand. Bonus material is restricted to the Blu-Ray versions; the DVD features only the actual film.
Follow the jump for details.
After the abysmal Terminator 3 and Terminator Salvation, I had virtually no expectations going into Terminator Genisys – it could hardly have been worse than those two movies, right?
Well, right – but not by nearly enough to warrant a $170 million budget. Even with Arnold back and some great performances ( by Emilia Clarke and Jason Clarke), Terminator Genisys falls short.
Here’s an interesting concept: James Cameron has seen Terminator Genesys – and he really liked it! He liked it enough to make a video talking about it.
In the video he addresses the way the film, while ‘being respectful of the first two films,’ goes its own direction. He mentions some of the big time spoilers that have already been given in the trailers and loved them. Check out his video after the jump.
Terminstor Genisys opens July 1st.
Morning, and the NPR announcer is filling in the details of the day ahead – new outbreaks of something called the Necroambulist Virus are down 30%. A young girl is stopped by police for missing curfew. Later we see a man, Wade Vogel, driving an old truck into town and visiting a quarantine area.
We learn he’s spent the last two weeks looking for his daughter, Maggie, and has been told she’s there. With its eerie score and slightly slower than deliberate pacing, this movie doesn’t seem to fit its star – Vogel is played by Arnold Schwarzenegger – but this is not an Ah-nuld movie by any stretch of the imagination.
You thought the first trailer for Terminator Genysis was twisted? That was peanuts compared to weirdness of the newest trailer (which you can check out after the jump)!
Seriously, you ain’t seen nuthin’ yet!
Terminator Genysis: coming to a multiplex near you on July 1st.
It seems the Brits get a lot of cool stuff before we do. Check out this extended TV spot of Terminator: Genisys in which we meet J.K. Simmons’ character – all he needs is something to work with.
Terminator: Genisys opens on July 1st.
Say what you will about Paramount’s new Terminator movie, it still looks like more pure fun than the previous two movies in the series.
Now you can check out the Super Bowl spot for Terminator: Genisys – just follow the jump. Terminator: Genysis premieres on July 1st.
It’s here! The first trailer for Terminator: Genisys looks like the movie is playing fast and loose with the rules (how can Sarah Connor know about timelines that no longer exist?), but it has the propulsive feel of James Cameron’s Terminator films – especially in the humor.
Emilia Clarke makes a very interesting Sarah Connor and, let’s face it, playing a terminator is what Arnold Schwarzenegger was meant to do. Even Jai Courtney comes out of it looking pretty good.
Check out the unexpectedly cool trailer following the jump.
After a mission goes wrong, Barney Ross decides to retire his team and recruit a bunch of (relative) youngsters. The result is a movie that runs for a bit over two hours and serves none of the characters well.