“I’ll be Back” it’s True!
He is back. 11 years after promising to be back, Arnold Schwarzenegger stays true to his word and the amazing Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D will grace your screen in 2017. Studio Canal’s recently released announcement poster of the movie is a thrilling representation of intrigue and splendor; Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 stands majestic and proud, with a keen eye contact on an object we are not shown.
The Terminator franchise shakes off the departure of the award-winning director of the 1991 classic after Terminator 2, James Cameron and hits new pinnacles with the movie when they present never-seen-before masterful material on-screen.
Priding itself in groundbreaking visual effects i e industry, Oscar-winning blockbuster; The Terminator, has often packaged immense action with a deep depth of character development that is unseen among its peers in the movie world.
The production of Carolco Pictures joins the dots of the original Terminator with Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 programmed to walk back into time and give protection to the family of the young John Connor (Role played by Edward Furlong) and his mother Sarah (Role played by Linda Hamilton) from a destructive advanced prototype Terminator; T-1000 (Role played by Robert Patrick).
The Terminator 2 full cast
Earlier planned to be released this year to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the 1991 classic, Terminator 2 3D is already full of amazing twists. Well, they played it cool with a clever new anniversary when they dropped the release poster on the Official Facebook page of Terminator 2 on August 29th, 2016. It read;
August 29th, 1997: The day Skynet first became self-aware.
August 29th, 2016: The day you first saw the brand new poster for Terminator 2 in 3D. Coming to theaters in 2017.
The Terminator 2 most expensive production
When Terminator 2 was released back in the day, it was the most expensive movie ever made and stood at a whopping cost of $102 million. The big billing was the ice breaker for computer generated imagery priding itself with CG-enhanced liquid metal T-1000. Fans were madly in love with the production and the film streamed in excess of $520 million dollars in gross earnings from the worldwide box office. To cap it off, it won four technical Oscars and set the ground for 3 sequels.
2003’s Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines was the inaugural of the sequels. Six years later in 2009, Terminator: Salvation was released and finally in 2015, Terminator: Genisys did hit the screens. However, over the ages, critics have argued that the sequels have failed and have had a hard time trying to justify their existence and their adept ability to be an extension of the brand. They have painted the reboots to be clingy of the original memory of the first movie and accusing it of slavishly recreating the storyline. This they say, has often offered little-to-nothing of what they haven’t seen, further packaging it for them in a visually drab and emotionally vacant prowess. A new wave, however, beckons with Terminator 2 3D. The remake is foresighted to be on course to reclaim the lost glory that earmarked the franchise and taking the lovers of Terminator through a journey of fresh twists.
This will not be the franchise’s first dip into the pool that is 3D production. In 2012 at Universal Studios; star-studded Terminator 2 3D: Battle across time was made. James Cameron partnered with renowned effect gurus John Bruno and Stan Winston to direct the awesome attraction. The short film kept the viewers on the edge of their seats is described by its makers as ‘a spellbinding mix of live action stunts, special effects, and incredible 3D filmmaking.’
3D Exerience of The Terminator 2
It will be so awesome to finally see in 3 dimensions and enjoy immense science-fiction experience of such scenes as the opening post-apocalyptic battle scene that is set out in 2029, the notorious truck and motorcycle chase through a deserted aqueduct and notably the villain liquid metal T-1000 slithering throughout the many locations.
Earlier in April this year; Terminator Star Emilia Clarke revealed that she absolutely had no plan to return to the franchise and will not play Sarah Connor in future movies. When the Game of Thrones star was asked about it, she said, “No. Can I say that? It’s Okay. No. Uh-uh. But I have some very different roles coming up.” Her short and definite declaration left immense mystery into who will take up the role of robot-killer Connor.
James Cameron has been quoted saying “if you have never seen it, this will be the version you want to see and remember.” The makers of the world hits, Avatar, Jurassic Park 3D and Titanic in 3D; Studiocanal and DMG Entertainment are poised to put their best foot in making the new dimension. We are psyched up to witness the confidence of this digitally re-mastered 3D re-release of the classic.
With no official release date out yet, we will cross our fingers.