Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins
The show may be over, but that just gives us some time to start getting up the boatload of pictures we have for ya! Speaking of boatloads, Terminator fans will have lots to smile about as we have a look at three different sets of collectibles from three different companies!
With Terminator Salvation
hype hitting the fast track we knew it wouldn't be long before the parade of toys started hitting shelves, because you know, who doesn't want to have their own robot apocalypse in the comfort of their own home?
We first heard about IDW Publishing
's plans for a Terminator: Salvation comic prequel back when the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con was in full swing, and now we've got more details along with a look at the cover of Issue #1.
Yeah, yeah, so Terminator Salvation may not be 100% horror, I understand that, but if you can’t find horror elements in a story about robots taking over the world and killing off mankind, you’re missing some integral part of your brain workings.
You’ve probably seen this elsewhere. Now you’re seeing it here. Below is the new web-only “poster” for Terminator Salvation, courtesy of the nice folks at Warner Bros. It’s like lenticular, only better!
Not much more to say. Warner Bros. sent out the official teaser poster for Terminator Salvation today after it made its world premiere at last weekend’s Comic Con. Simple, yet badass; I like it!
The fourth Terminatorfilm hits theaters on May 9th, 2009, so expect plenty of stuff for it between now and then!
announced a huge slate of new titles during Comic Con, and thankfully they were kind enough to send out one press release detailing all of them. Saves us the time of tracking down bits and pieces for each one, you know?
Tristan just checked in from after getting out of the Terminator Salvation panel with some encouraging news about the sequel.
See? All I have to do is ask and we get all sorts of cool stuff from the floor of Comic Con 2008! Check out some of the pics below, which feature new poster art for The Hills Run Red, Whiteout and Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins, some weird random melty guy and two shots of a badass bust from Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds.
Whenever a new sci-fi or comic book flick is announced, YouTube becomes flooded with "real" trailers that turn out to be nothing more than fan-creations. Some are good ... and some are just plain bad.
I always knew there was something strange about Helena Bonham Carter, and now I’ve figured out what it is: She’s a cyborg created by Skynet to infiltrate our society and bring down humanity from the inside! Man, Tim Burton’s gonna be pissed.
What is with all the Terminator 3 hate? It was a passable entry that threw us a curve ball and became a segway to jump into the future wars. Honestly, how many more times did we need tales of John Conner somehow stopping the apocalyptic future from raining down on mankind?
I don't get why one would miss out on the chance to play what could be an iconic character in a new franchise just so one could be in a French comedy. So I guess it's good I'm not Charlotte Gainsbourg, eh?
An official production blog has opened for McG's Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins, the fourth film in the incredibly popular series and the first of three new planned Terminator films. The oddly-named director seems to have a pretty good grasp on how to do this one right ... or at least what the kids want to hear.