Thirty-four years after The Terminator debuted in theaters, the franchise is still living up to its catchphrase: “I’ll be back.” Filming has begun on yet another Terminator movie, with Linda Hamilton coming back to the series for the first time since the original 1991 sequel. Arnold Schwarzenegger will be returning as well, and he told us that as soon as he learned they wanted to make another Terminator movie, he was all in. (Click on the media bar below to hear Arnold Schwarzenegger)
The new Terminator movie, which doesn’t have an official title yet, will be released in November 2019.
How did Will Smith become one of the world’s biggest movie stars? By paying attention. Back when he was first making the transition from rapper to actor with The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, he got some great advice from two of Hollywood’s biggest names at the time: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis. Smith told us it’s advice he took to heart, and it’s helped him immensely over the years. (Click on the media bar below to hear Will Smith)
Will Smith’s current movie, Bright, is reaching audiences worldwide in a new way for him: by streaming exclusively on Netflix.
Killing Gunther, a docu-comedy starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and directed by Saturday Night Live’sTaran Killam, hits Blu-ray, DVD and Digital December 26 via Lionsgate.
The story, which is penned by and co-stars Killam, centers on a hit man (Schwarzenegger) who seeks revenge on a group of assassins who are attempting to kill him to enhance their career. Killam plays Blake, the ringleader of the group who has a personal stake in the mission since his ex-girlfriend (Cobie Smulders) had a fling with Gunther after they split up. Bobby Moynihan and Aaron Yoo co-starin the flick.
Special features on both the Blu-ray and DVD include deleted scenes and a blooper reel.
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The always-quotable line from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in The Terminator is, of course, “I’ll be back.” And the franchise is coming back — it’s being rebooted by the director of the first two films, Oscar-winner James Cameron. The new film, scheduled for release in 2019, is being described as a sequel to T2: Judgment Day, and will reunite Cameron, Schwarzenegger, and Linda Hamilton for the first time since that movie. While there have been a few other Terminator movies since T2, they never lived up to the standard set by the first two, so fans are excited to see Cameron and the original stars working together again. Schwarzenegger believes there’s still a huge market for the franchise, and he thinks it has a lot to do with his character’s unique place in movie history. (Click on the media bar below to hear Arnold Schwarzenegger)
Even with an extended break from acting thanks to his political career, Arnold Schwarzenegger has made an indelible mark on cinema. Though my personal Schwarzenegger favorite is the twist driven Total Recall, most movie buffs cite Terminator 2: Judgment Day as his finest work. Director James Cameron has overseen the film’s 3D conversion,and now Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D hits AMC Theatres starting August 25.
We’ve interviewed Schwarzenegger numerous times over the years and he has always been more than happy to talk about the Terminator franchise. Even though Terminator: Genisys didn’t set the world on fire in the U.S. (it didn’t break the $100 million mark), it still made over $350 million internationally.
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