Arnold Schwarzenegger is 67 years old, which makes the idea of him playing an ageless, robotic killing machine in the upcoming 'Terminator: Genisys' seem oh-so-very silly [Ed. note: as silly as that title?]. However, it turns out that there's some fairly level-headed science fiction going on the explains Arnie's senior citizen appearance in the new film and it came courtesy of the franchise's original creator, James Cameron.
James Cameron has applied his fondness for 3D technology to the world of 'Avatar,' and he even gave his blockbuster 'Titanic' a 3D conversion for a theatrical rerelease. But what about some of his other films -- specifically, the 'Terminator' movies? According to Cameron, a 3D version of 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' is a possibility.
In 1991, James Cameron unleashed 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day,' his follow-up to 'The Terminator,' in which Linda Hamilton's Sarah Connor and her son John teamed up with a Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) to fight off an advanced machine sent back in time to kill them because they were society's only hope for salvation. The film was a massive success and even won four Academy Awards, including statues for Best Visual Effects and Makeup. Twenty-three years later, we revisit the cast of this action-packed sci-fi classic and see what they're up to now.
James Cameron's 1994 action comedy film 'True Lies' starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as Harry Trasker, a man leading a double life: at home he is a boring computer salesman to his wife and daughter, but in reality he's an agent for the U.S. government's counter-terrorism task force. With his work distracting him from his home life and his wife flirting with another man, Harry's faced with his most dangerous mission yet. This year marks the film's 20th anniversary, so join us for a look back at the cast of this hit film and see what they're up to now.
James Cameron made movie history when 'Avatar' became the No. 1 box office movie of all time, and if that doesn't warrant a sequel (or, rather, a bunch of sequels), what does? Cameron has already begun work on three more 'Avatar' films -- the first of which to be released in December 2016 -- and, of course, there's been some misleading gossip as to where he'll take us next. To set the record straight a bit, the director let loose a few tantalizing tidbits to whet the palette.
Despite being the highest grossing film of all time, public opinion on James Cameron's 'Avatar' seems to be all over the place. However, there's one thing that everyone can agree on -- Stephen Lang made one helluva villain. His evil Colonel Miles Quaritch may have been one moustache shy of tying women to railroad tracks, but it was a fun, broad performance that made his complete and utter defeat feel like a real triumph.
And he'll be back for the sequels ... somehow.