Listen, and understand. That terminator is out there. It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.
Kyle Reese (Michael Biehn) in The Terminator (1984) Directed by James Cameron

"Stay Here.  I’ll Be Back."

"Stay Here.  I’ll Be Back."

empireaust:

James Cameron Talks Terminator’s Future'It might be fun to completely re-invent the franchise…'
Last night at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, there was a special event celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Terminator, which really doesn’t look a day over 25. We got a chance to talk with the father of what has become a massive franchise, James Cameron, about the future of the killer cyborg universe and his current little project on a moon called Pandora.
With Terminator: Genisys headed our way next year, we naturally wanted to ask Cameron what he thought about the new movie, with which he’s not directly involved, but is watching with interest. “I’m friendly with the filmmakers, the writer Laeta Kalogridis has worked with me on projects,” he said. “I’m hoping it’s great. I’d like them to get it right, and based on the script that I read there’s a pretty good chance that it could. It looks like it could be fun.”
Is he worried that it could tarnish the legacy? “It’s not my problem! It’s like being a grandparent, the kids come over and you can send them back! When I walked away from the franchise, I had to do it with the sense that I can invest in emotion. To me, it’s all upside, because if it’s good, it’s good for Arnold (Schwarzenegger), my friend Laeta and if it’s not good? It doesn’t bother me personally.”
The movement on the new film – or films, given that a trilogy is in the works – is partially inspired by the fact that the rights to the characters and ideas revert to Cameron in 2019. It doesn’t sound like he’s ready to re-visit the world any time soon, though. “I haven’t really thought that far ahead yet. I’ve got plenty of time to think about it. It might be fun to completely re-invent the franchise,” he admits. “A lot has to do with what happens with it in the meantime, people may have Terminator fatigue.”
And what’s keeping him busy is his work on three – count ‘em – Avatar sequels, which are in development and getting set to start shooting. “I’m just visiting Earth tonight, I normally live on Pandora, where I work,” Cameron cracked. “We’re gearing up, we’re in the design phase right now, completing the drafts for three scripts. We’ve got a whole art department with walls plastered with amazing designs that I wish I could share with everybody, but that’s what the film’s for!”
The Terminator is available on Blu-ray now from MGM & Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
James White

empireaust:

James Cameron Talks Terminator’s Future
'It might be fun to completely re-invent the franchise…'

Last night at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, there was a special event celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Terminator, which really doesn’t look a day over 25. We got a chance to talk with the father of what has become a massive franchise, James Cameron, about the future of the killer cyborg universe and his current little project on a moon called Pandora.

With Terminator: Genisys headed our way next year, we naturally wanted to ask Cameron what he thought about the new movie, with which he’s not directly involved, but is watching with interest. “I’m friendly with the filmmakers, the writer Laeta Kalogridis has worked with me on projects,” he said. “I’m hoping it’s great. I’d like them to get it right, and based on the script that I read there’s a pretty good chance that it could. It looks like it could be fun.”

Is he worried that it could tarnish the legacy? “It’s not my problem! It’s like being a grandparent, the kids come over and you can send them back! When I walked away from the franchise, I had to do it with the sense that I can invest in emotion. To me, it’s all upside, because if it’s good, it’s good for Arnold (Schwarzenegger), my friend Laeta and if it’s not good? It doesn’t bother me personally.”

The movement on the new film – or films, given that a trilogy is in the works – is partially inspired by the fact that the rights to the characters and ideas revert to Cameron in 2019. It doesn’t sound like he’s ready to re-visit the world any time soon, though. “I haven’t really thought that far ahead yet. I’ve got plenty of time to think about it. It might be fun to completely re-invent the franchise,” he admits. “A lot has to do with what happens with it in the meantime, people may have Terminator fatigue.”

And what’s keeping him busy is his work on three – count ‘em – Avatar sequels, which are in development and getting set to start shooting. “I’m just visiting Earth tonight, I normally live on Pandora, where I work,” Cameron cracked. “We’re gearing up, we’re in the design phase right now, completing the drafts for three scripts. We’ve got a whole art department with walls plastered with amazing designs that I wish I could share with everybody, but that’s what the film’s for!”

The Terminator is available on Blu-ray now from MGM & Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

James White

Brad Fiedel - Theme from The Terminator [*][August 29th, 1997, JUDGEMENT DAY Remix]
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I will be so furious if they do not utilize the “Terminator” theme song once again in “Terminator Genisys” that I may plunge into a vat of molten steel.

Anyone else?

in-the-land-of-gods-and-monsters:

A LIST OF MY OTP’s (in no particular order): Kyle Reese and Sarah Connor(The Terminator)

"In the few hours we had together we loved a lifetimes worth"

  but she still loves him, I guess. I see her crying sometimes. She denies it totally of course, like she got something stuck in her eye.

— John Connor, to the Terminator, about Sarah Connor and Kyle Reese (Terminator 2: Judgement Day)

"John Connor gave me a picture of you once. I didn’t know why at the time. It was very old - torn, faded. You were young like you are now. You seemed just a little sad. I used to always wonder what you were thinking at that moment. I memorized every line, every curve. I came across time for you Sarah. I love you; I always have - Kyle Reese to Sarah Connor

fortesque:

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

fortesque:

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)