The future is not set, and John Connor's fate is just as wibbley wobbley as anyone else now. Read on to see what direction the Terminator franchise might be taking his character down.
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As seen in the previously released trailers for Terminator: Genisys, there is a sequence early in the movie that is essentially a recreation of one of the most iconic moments in the franchise. As accurate as the movie works to be, however, there is one notable difference between the original and the “remake”: the presence of Bill Paxton.
Terminator: Genisys doesn’t actually erase continuity, instead choosing to add to the established franchise mythology; but it also in many ways serves as a reboot/rewind, in that it basically ignores the events of not just Rise of the Machines and Salvation, but also the TV series The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Ted 2 has so far failed to match the success of its original, but Amanda Seyfried has devised a perfect plan to rejuvenate the franchise.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in Terminator Genisys, and he's bringing his younger self along for the ride. Find out how, after the jump!
We're The Millers forced Ted 2 to undergo some rather drastic changes.
It is believed that Terminator Genisys is laying the foundation for a new set of stories, which may or may not include Arnold’s timeless Terminator character. But I love his sentiment that fan-enthusiasm should drive the series forward, not a studio’s interest in the bottom line.
Within the grand scheme of things going on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ant-Man arguably feels like it has had the odds against it for a long time.You’d think this might hurt the morale of those involved with the making of the project, but the reality is that director Peyton Reed actually sees it as a rare and important opportunity.
While Ant-Man’s special shrinking and growing powers are arguably the most anticipated elements of the character’s upcoming film, fans shouldn’t forget the other unique ability that that the titular character possesses: his ability to communicate with ants.
Knowing that Ant-Man was going to feature specific flashback sequences with a young Dr. Hank Pym, fans wondered if the production would soon be hiring an actor to play a young Michael Douglas. This never happened for a specific reason.
The way that the director recounted, Smith initially was very excited about returning to Independence Day, where he’d once again play courageous fighter pilot Captain Steven Hiller. Young Jessie Usher was cast as Hiller’s child, Dylan. Vivica A. Fox even agreed to return as former-stripper Jasmine. The family unit was basically intact for Independence Day: Resurgence. What happened?
With a little more than a year to go until Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day sequel reaches theaters, Fox invited a handful of journalists into the deserts of New Mexico to learn in-depth details about the latest extraterrestrial threat to our evolving planet. Here's what we learned.
When watching the “Family Dinner scene” in director Pete Docter’s Inside Out, you may have noticed something interesting. While the young Riley is shown to have emotions of different genders – with Joy clearly being female and Anger clearly being male – the same cannot be said for the personifications of the emotions in the minds of her parents.
Ant-Man’s shrinking powers guarantee that his upcoming Marvel Studios film will have sequences unlike anything we’ve ever seen in a big budget superhero blockbuster - if not only because the very special locations the movie can use for action scenes.
Amanda Seyfried revealed thatTed 2 changed drastically while it was being written, after it was originally sold to her as a road-trip movie.
When it was revealed that Marvel Studios would finally be moving forward with their plans for an Ant-Man movie, one big question raised was whether or not the feature would also feature the live-action debut of Wasp – the shrinking, flying female superheroine who is married to Dr. Hank Pym a.k.a. Ant-Man in the comics.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a special kind of franchise. The details of the world-building in the MCU means that each story must be looked at like a puzzle piece helping create a larger picture. So where does director Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man fit into this ever-growing timeline?
Comic book movie fans may still be coming down from the blockbuster high that was delivered earlier this year in the form of Joss Whedon’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but Marvel Studios isn’t wasting any time giving movie-goers another taste of their Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As it exists, director Pete Docter’s Inside Out tells a beautiful and emotional story about a change that occurs in all of us as we grow older, but what you may not know is that the plot didn’t always revolve around the Amy Poehler-voiced Joy and the Phyllis Smith-voiced Sadness trying to find their way back to headquarters.