#571 Ah-ha yes. I think I detected some metal in her arm. Cool. *literally*. Diego Boneta walking through a factory setting, suggests to me there might be some 'heavy metal' conflict *a deliberate reference to TSCC there*. Also, does his pose suggest he is walking in exactly the same manner as the T-1000 in T2?
#572 When you mention Grace's dress code, are you asking why she has a kevlar, just like the one Sarah is wearing? I can deduce that she might have been doing a Cameron, trying to blend in at the beginning. Perhaps that 'taster' clip tells us much more than the producers thought we would see?
I think you're you're referring to IGN's new exclusive photos of the main cast of Terminator: Dark Fate (I posted them here for everyone to see). The man in the factory wearing a military overall is Gabriel Luna, and not Diego Boneta as you wrote. Boneta is the man driving the truck.
Oh wow, there's a lot going on there. Some pretty good effects with regard to morphing back in to shape and conversely the opposite. Here's a question, "Who are you?" - Who is she? Any idea anyone? I'm guessing the film will be in the cinemas first. I can't go to the cinema, so I'll keep looking out for it on pay to view TV. JFYI, Adam Wylie is 35 today. Does anyone remember him? Yeah, of course you do, "He's still applying for the job". (Geddit?)
You know I love old sci-fi movies and I recently came across a 1966 movie titled "Cyborg 2087", that every Terminator fan should see.
Michael Rennie of "The Day the Earth Stood Still" fame stars as Garth A7, a cyborg sent by a future civilization back to 1966. His mission is to make sure that the revolutionary "radio-telepathy" technique being engineered by Professor Marx (Eduard Franz, "The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake") does not come to fruition. The thing is, in the future, this technique will be misused by evil minds and bring out about chaos. Once he is back in the past, Garth gets scientists Carl Zellar (Warren Stevens, "Forbidden Planet") and Sharon Mason (Karen Steele, "Ride Lonesome") to help him out, while being hunted by assassins dubbed "Tracers".
If this premise sounds familiar, it should: it was also utilized around this time by Harlan Ellison, as an episode of 'The Outer Limits' titled 'Soldier'. Of course, it would eventually be appropriated again, famously, by James Cameron for "The Terminator".
I remember Michael Rennie very well in films. I'm sure some were black & white. I had nothing better to do when I was a child, as I was confined to an armchair gasping for breath. I've seen many films from that era. and all the early ones. Yet, despite that, I don't recall cyborg 2087. I'll have to look out for it.
When they made the Sarah Connor Chronicles TV series, the Terminator played by Summer Glau was named Cameron, after original director James Cameron. The new movie Dark Fate stars Mackenzie Davis, who in TV series Halt And Catch Fire was named... Cameron! Coincidence?
Nathan Fillion is joining the cast of James Gunn’s upcoming DC movie The Suicide Squad, reported Deadline.
Nathan Fillion will be starring in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad at Warner Bros.
The actor’s role is being kept under wraps. Fillion has a long history of working with Gunn: He played the voice of a monstrous inmate in Guardians of the Galaxy, Bill Pardy in Gunn’s 2006 horror comedy Slither, and the Holy Avenger in the filmmaker’s 2010 pic Super.
We have some time to wait until Jurassic World 3 reaches cinemas June 11, 2021. To tide us over until then, director Colin Trevorrow, who helmed the first Jurassic World movie, has released a dinosaur-filled short film free onto the internet.
I spotted David Strathairn as Admiral William Stenz (pictured below with Ken Watanabe) on the new Godzilla movies. For the record, David Strathairn played Dr. Lee Rosen along with Summer Glau on SyFy's science fiction drama ALPHAS.
The latest installment of the Godzill franchise, Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019), gathered $386 million in worldwide gross. Quite the disappointing results, given the film's $170 million budget and storied history of success at the box office. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Youtube