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How To Create On TV The Feature Quality That James Cameron Provided In The Terminator Movies

This behind-the-scenes featurette for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles showcases how the show was made on a creative level. The eight minute segment, from the short program on the Fox Movie Channel, 'Making a Scene', includes interviews of the cast and crew.
Pilot director and executive producer David Nutter, consulting producer James Middleton, visual effects supervisor James Lima, production designer Michael Novotny, stunt coordinator Joel Kramer, and actors Lena Headey, Thomas Dekker and Summer Glau give fans an insider's perspective on the creation of the show, its characters and how it respects James Cameron's vision from T1 and T2. 

Watch this cool and informative video below, as well as a sample of the screen captures we made.

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Total comments: 1
  Message #1 | chrisdvanne_ | 24 Feb 2015, 20:08 GMT



This video is a good example of why the show failed in terms of ratings. TSCC was a non-populist, dark, complex tv show in a network who expected to see an action TV show, as it was sold to the FOX executives.
Sure, Middleton and Friedman mentioned the show will have a lot of character development but all the FOX execs (and the fans who saw the many trailers) have retained was the fighting scenes and explosions, hence the disappointment that followed.

Not to mention that TSCC was not about Sarah Connor (as they keep repeating endlessly) but about John's journey into becoming the leader of the resistance

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