Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Schwarzenegger May Lend Voice To Terminator Salvation

Although it has recently been confirmed that Arnold Schwarzenegger, the original Terminator, won't be making an appearance in the upcoming movie Terminator Salvation, that doesn't mean his voice won't be heard. It was recently mentioned that the current California Governor will contribute his voice to the new film.

The action movie's producer Moritz Borman told Wired, "Schwarzenegger is governing California. He will not be, as a person, in the film." This comment lead to specualtion that Schwarzenegger could do a voiceover for Terminator Salvation. When further questioned on the meaning of his statement, Borman said, "I'm not going to answer the question about what we're trying, or what we want, or what we're toying with. It's really up to what fits in the film or not. Maybe his voice, or maybe not. It's really not settled."

Terminator Salvation is scheduled to make its big screen debut on May 22, 2009.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Charges Dropped for Terminator Salvation Star Christian Bale

Christian Bale, star of The Dark Knight and upcoming Terminator Salvation, won't be facing assault charges for an alleged assault on his mother and sister during a family argument according to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Bale was arrested last month after an alleged assault in his suite at the Dorchester Hotel in London. His mother Jenny and sister Sharon brought a formal complaint against the actor after an altercation that took place on July 20. Bale was arrested two days later and questioned for several hours by detectives at the Belgravia police station. He was later released on bail.

A CPS spokesman said: "Taking all the factors into consideration, the decision has been taken that there is insufficient evidence to afford a realistic prospect of conviction, and accordingly the police have been advised that no further action should be taken against Mr. Bale,"said a CPS spokesperson.

Read the full article at The Scotsman.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Sam Worthington Speaks on Terminator 4

In a recent interview at Comic Con, Sam Worthington discussed his latest role in the upcoming Terminator Salvation. Worthington believes that the new film will be the salvation of the franchise which missed the mark in its last theatre outting.

Sam Worthington plays Marcus Wright and says, "I look at this movie as what makes Kyle Reese Kyle Reese and what makes John Connor John Connor and my character’s almost like a bridge between them. I look at my character as a bridge to how they connect and how they grow. He’s a drifter."

Perhaps the biggest disappointment for fans of the upcoming Terminator 4 is the choice of director. The fact that McG is writing and directing the film is not going over well. It does help that the film stars Christian Bale as John Connor and the lead writer is Jonathan Nolan who also wrote Dark Knight. Although many fans consider McG to be a hack, I think the collection of talent on this film will shine through in the end.

Sam Worthington has no doubts about McG's abilities and says, "First thing McG ever said to me was 'I don’t want to make a McG movie. I want to make a Terminator movie' and that’s where we are."

You can read an extensive interview with McG here.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

New Photo Released From Terminator Salvation

Warner Bros. has released a new still shot from the production of Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins. Check it out.

Sam Worthington, on the right, is rumored to be playing a T-600. Christian Bale, on the left, is playing John Connor whose mission is to save mankind from being destroyed by Skynet.

Don't forget to check out the Terminator Salvation teaser trailor.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

New Terminator Salvation Poster Revealed

A new poster for the upcoming movie Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins has been released. It's nothing exciting - just a Terminator skull with a bullet through the forehead.

Warner Bros. Pictures has set the release date for May 22, 2009. Terminator Salvation is being directed by McG and is starring Christian Bale (The Dark Knight).