It’s hard to believe, but it's been a full 30 years since James Cameron broke onto the scene with the original Terminator.
With rave reviews rolling in for this weekend’s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, its a good time to look back and remember the bizarre Apes revival we almost got 20 years prior.
Some pictures have surfaced from the shoot of Terminator: Genesis showing the stars with some different looks than we're used to seeing on them.
The film hasn’t even started shooting yet, but we already have our first peek at Arnold Schwarzengger’s epic return as Conan the Barbarian.
Since Schwarzenegger is pushing 67 these days, it makes sense the writers of Terminator: Genesis would want to introduce a younger T-800 into the mix.
In case you had any doubts, here's Schwarzenegger ready to get his Terminator on.
We’ve been hearing a lot of casting buzz about that new Terminator reboot, and now it looks like the cameras are already rolling. That was fast.
Arnold Schwarzenegger said he'd be back, and he is. How's that going to work, exactly?
He’s battled Predators and travelled through time to destroy the savior of humanity in Terminator — and now he has a tank. And he wants you to help crush things.
It’s hard to believe its been 32 years since Conan the Barbarian was released, which makes plans for a three-decades-later sequel all the more bizarre.